Azfarul Islam

Azfarul Islam wants to help people cross the digital divide towards a new way of working: smarter, and never harder. He uses his expertise to architect creative and sustainable solutions to problems involving the interaction of people and technology, and likes to employ a scientific mindset for data analysis to explore and expose valuable insight. Azfarul enjoys communicating through both words and visuals to keep his audience engaged. He is on Twitter: @azfarul

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Articles by Azfarul Islam:

My Favourite Tipples from a digital strategy consultant
Wednesday, 25th January 2017

My Favourite Tipples are shared by Azfarul Islam, a digital strategy consultant specialising in human-friendly products and future workspaces (usually for financial services). He shares his favourite online sources that help people work smarter, not harder.

The Value of Authenticity and Transparency in the Social Enterprise
Wednesday, 19th February 2014

Consider a scenario where the latest financial report contains bad news. It's all very well to talk about the numbers as they are, but there is also an opportunity to discuss areas for improvement, plans for a better future and cast a softer light on harsh tidings. This is storytelling in action and at the heart of communicating within a social enterprise, explains Azfarul Islam.

Social Technologies: Communicating Value through Storytelling
Tuesday, 18th February 2014

Telling stories is an integral part of human culture, and has been a means of passing information, knowledge and teachings from individual to individual, generation to generation since time immemorial. Azfarul Islam identifies how stories can be used to capture and express value in the modern social enterprise, and how they can be a means for eliciting buy-in and augmenting adoption of enterprise collaboration instead of hypothetical use cases.