Monthly Archives: March 2018

Looking back on 2017

2017 was a whirlwind year. As this new one is well underway, I’d love to share some of the things that made last year exciting.

First, check out this video from the Dublin Tech Summit of my talk on Predicting Behavior in an Age of Uncertainty. It was an honor to be there to speak.

I felt fortunate to participate in some other wonderful events as well, including as a roundable host for the 2017 Watermark Conference for Women, as a judge in the Startup100 Pitch Competition, as a panelist for the MoNage Conference, and as a panelist at Enterprise Connect.

Writing remains a passion. Here’s where and what I published in 2017:

On LinkedIn:

2016 Predictions Redux, and Foreshadowing 2017

Celebrating a More Intelligent Enterprise

The Vast Value of Good Advisors

Women: To Get Ahead, Compete

Get Your Head in the Cloud

My Game-Changing Career Moment

It Shouldn’t Be Lonely at the Top

Women, Tech IS for You

Honored to be Included: Top 25 Women Leaders in SaaS

People before Process: How to Keep Your Staff

Hitting “Refresh” on What It Means to Lead

On Fortune:

Success Is Still a ‘Boys’ Club,’ but Here’s What Women Can Do About It

Why You’re Not Really Working If You’re Home in Your Pajamas

On the RingCentral Blog:

Revisiting 2016 Predictions and Looking Ahead to 2017

Driving Multinational Growth with Unified Communications and Collaboration

RingCentral Connect Platform Partner Program: Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow

On Huffington Post:

The Value of Gatherings among Women

Kicking off 2018, please check out my piece, The Year AI Becomes Pervasive, on LinkedIn.