Named one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Technology, Shelly Palmer is CEO of The Palmer Group, a strategic advisory, technology solutions and business development practice focused at the nexus of media and marketing with a special emphasis on machine learning and data-driven decision-making. He is a trusted strategic advisor to the C-suite of leading digital media, content, broadcasting and technology firms and a key driver of market, technology and strategic direction, as well as acquisition strategies, for his clients.
5 Ways to Increase Your Work From Home Productivity
It's not too late to pick up some new skills.
6 Tips for Avoiding Poor Management Decisions
You should never get mad at yourself for making new mistakes. It’s how we learn. But if you find yourself making too many old mistakes, here are six tips that will help you improve [...]
Understanding the Difference Between a Vendor and a Solutions Provider
Why it's more important than ever to understand each role.
6 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work
Artificial intelligence and machine learning is the future for many companies.
Congregating at the Online Watercooler
How Shelly Palmer's virtual networking salons have evolved amid the pandemic.
The Difference Between Data Literacy and Data Fluency
How to turn both into action.
Major Tech Companies Already Have Your Data
Why the potential TikTok and WeChat bans don't make sense.
How to Construct the Famous ‘P&G Memo’
Structure your thoughts and go from there.
Free Search and Social: We Are Not the Product—We Are Underpaid Workers
People are more than just parts of an algorithm.
6 Ways to Future-Proof Your Career
How to redefine your job description.
WFH: Manage the Work, Not the People
Here are some surprising results from a poll of remote workers.
You Can’t Meet in Person, but You Can Meet Face to Face
Meeting new people is the most important attribute of any business networking event.
Watching the Dismissive Nature That Helps Spread Disinformation Firsthand
Advertising works, but confirmation bias reinforcing content works better, and it is practically free to propagate.