About This Blog

This blog is about the occasional comment on matters relating to people, performance and learning. It’s not meant to be corporate, definitive or even particularly deep on individual topics. It’s a personal take on how technology relates to work and on how people get what they need to do well at their jobs. The opinions on Work, Learn, Play do not necessarily reflect any stands taken by NetDimensions.

I hope you enjoy it.
Jay Shaw

 

Hosted by . . .

Jay Shaw, NetDimensions CEO

Jay co-founded NetDimensions after more than a decade with then NASDAQ-listed The Princeton Review. Jay’s experience includes running The Princeton Review operations in the US and Asia, in which capacity he held executive responsibility for organising and delivering both academic and corporate training programs on a commercial basis. Jay taught English in China in 1984 and 1985. At London-Stock-Exchange-listed and OTCQX-quoted NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY) Jay is responsible for general management, strategy and the company’s ISO quality assurance program. He also likes to sail. Favorite quote (for now): “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

…with contributions from:

Michelle Sullivan

Michelle is responsible for NetDimensions’ North America marketing efforts. She loves to hear how our global clients are using talent management, learning and content to address their business challenges. When not working, Michelle is earning more stamps in her passport and sharing a love of travel with her family and friends.

Minna Leikas

Minna is always curious to learn how technological innovations change our lives. She has over 10 years experience in the Learning and Talent Management sector. Minna is responsible for NetDimensions’ EMEA marketing activities.

Peter Barrett

Peter Barrett is President of NetDimensions Inc. and leads the NetDimensions Interactive business unit, the content solutions group for the company. Pete is also an accomplished Connecticut based artist and has been painting marine art and various landscapes throughout New England since 1993.

Robert Torio

Robert is responsible for NetDimensions’ corporate communications and a member of the CSR committee. He has more than a dozen years experience in marketing and writing — initially about electronic components for five years and the last eight years focused on learning & performance management technology. When he finds free time, Robert enjoys reading graphic novels, listening to audio books, and binge-watching TV series (mostly about superheroes).