Murray Fife is an expert in Microsoft Dynamics® AX and as his signature line states, is also well-known for being a…“Curator, Author, Pitchman, Microsoft MVP & Mediocre Programmer”. Murray loves training, entertaining, and amazing people…which should make for a fun mix during his session, “Delivering the Killer Demo”.
Chris has a great reputation of being an amazing presenter and one that we’re especially excited to see in action at The Partner Connections Event 2014! He’ll be presenting “Change is Stupid- Learn 5 Strategies that (Probably) Won’t Kill You or Your Team” and “The Best Presentation of Your Life”, which is based on one of his books. Learn more about Chris here and join us in St. Louis!
We’re very excited to have Jill Young present three leadership sessions at The Partner Connections Event this year that touch on putting the right people in the right seats at your company and choosing your path and doing it well.
Natalie has a wide range of expertise under her belt including postmodern literature, jumping horses, and Lewis and Clark- which will make her an amazing presenter to join us in St. Louis. She will be presenting “Advanced Social Media Tactics for Creative Marketers” and co-presenting “5 Cloud Threats You Haven’t Considered”.
The Partner Connections Event 2014 will offer a wide range of learning to Microsoft Dynamics Partners, but we don’t expect you to just take our word for it. We’ve split the key take-aways by role in an easy to digest format. Check out our nifty infographic and see if #TPCE14 has what you’re looking for…
Awards that honor excellence in the Microsoft Partner world are awesome reminders of how hard our Partners work to offer the best services, products, and experiences for their customers. The WPC Partner of the Year Awards are no exception and are open to all Microsoft Partners.
This year’s winners and finalists have set the bar high in a number of categories, making our Partner community even better. And we here at The Partner Channel are proud to serve such an inspiring group of people. So without further ado, we would like to take a moment to congratulate all our Microsoft Dynamics Partner Winners and Finalists- Way to go!!
One of the best clicks I ever get to make is on the “remove from calendar” button in a cancelled meeting notice. Clearing unnecessary meetings from my calendar fills my heart with joy and makes my feet want to skip through meadows full of wildflowers and butterflies. I know I am not alone in this.
by Bonnie Robertson
By cashing out of corporate-type careers or cashing in with savings we managed to tuck away, we are well on our way to one of the largest entrepreneurial booms in decades. Whether the motives are frustration with managers that “just don’t get us” or ideas “that just won’t go away”, the drive for new start-ups or the remake of existing business is happening with renaissance-like enthusiasm. As usual, we celebrate the courage and creative innovation of entrepreneurs, although we rarely understand them.
In spite of the enthusiasm, the odds are not good.
Timing is everything. If we shipped this magazine a week earlier than planned, you’d be reading something very different on this page. That topic was thrown out the door on Tuesday, February 4, when Satya Nadella was officially named CEO of Microsoft.