Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Killing Home Working

It’s fair to say that there’s been a huge amount written about Marissa Mayer’s decision to call people back to the office. The original memo is here. There’s a lot to be said about this, but I want to focus on a couple of things that haven’t been said. Smart People – Dumb Decisions? If […]

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Building Super Teams

I had the pleasure of listening to Khoi Tu talk about teams at the RSA in London. Khoi’s slogan is: “building a better world, one team at a time.” – which resonated with much of what we are trying to do here. His talk draws from his book: Superteams: The Secrets of Stellar Performance From […]

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Social Media is impacting business models

Earlier in the year I spoke at an event for the Creative Industries Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), and some recent discussions have caused me to reflect again on how social technologies are fundamentally altering the way we do business. A study by IBM, that interviewed 1500 CEOs, revealed that nearly all of them are adapting […]

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Social for collaboration: A Structured Revolution

One of the phrases that sticks in my mind from the Internal Communications panel session at Social Media World Forum was from Andrew Barendrecht. Andrew talked about social in a business as a “Structured Revolution”. As a Collaboration Strategist at Apache Corp, he is introducing social technologies to solve some of the problems with transfer of […]

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