The people of Ursa, Shell's $1.45 billion oil-and-gas platform, live 65 miles offshore, in an environment that is demanding and dangerous, and that could drive them crazy. Here's how they work -- and how they cope.
We've evaluated some Web tools that are designed to let you assemble your favorite sites, or even portions of your favorite sites, into a single page -- the ultimate shortcut to keeping track of the information that you need.
CEO Lisa Hjorten and her colleagues make software that helps project teams run on time and on budget, with attention to detail and with a crisp sense of discipline -- which is an awful lot like how Pacific Edge runs itself: "We practice what we preach."
This won't hurt a bit.... The Pankey Institute helps dentists to create a more successful practice by answering some soul-searching questions: Are you truly happy in your work? Do you have inner peace?
Bruce Mau's influential studio works with a roster of world-renowned clients. But its mostenduring contribution may be to the theory and practice of design itself -- from what kinds of projects are worth taking on to how to design for creative growth.
If baby boomers had their own Faust, he'd be Larry Brilliant, a man who's found himself at the center of almost every defining moment of his generation. His biggest battle: taming the devil of ambition.
Tom Kelly is using the Web to reinvent training inside the world's most Internet-centric big company. Here's what he's learned about e-learning -- and how it's changing the style and the substance of training at Cisco Systems.
It's the new mantra of strategy and marketing: If you want to keep your customers' attention, then you've got to deliver a compelling experience. Bob Rogers and his colleagues are designing such experiences.
High-profile partnerships have become a big (and expensive) part of life for Net companies. But these days, the least-glamorous partnerships are often the best ones. Here are the new ingredients for successful dotcom alliances.