What Happened To The Office Of The Future? Ben Hammersley Speaking At The RSA | Andrew Armour’s Benchstone Blog
“The dominance of technology in the workplace has changed how and where we do things. From the cubicle to the funky break out area and from the WiFi café to the Skype call work has increasingly changed to fit the needs of the machines. In a recent talk at The RSA an excellent Ben Hammersley explored how this evolved and whether the modern office is as creative and collaborative as it once promised to be…”
The State and Future of Enterprise Collaboration
“As we are soon moving into 2014, it can be a good idea to take a look at some recent research related to Enterprise Collaboration. Below, I have put together links to some of the research studies I have come across recently, highlighting some findings from each piece of research that I found interesting. I hope you will as well.
Enterprise 2.0: Social Scorecards and Social Media Karma | Social Media Today
“Rewarding badges and points systems on your intranet — social scorecards — could be the turning point for turning your enterprise 2.0 systems from a thing of work to a thing of play. Foursquare becomes Social Work and all the better for it. And don’t be surprised if Facebook comes up with some kind of Facebook Credits/Work Game scorecard integration. If you are new to these concepts you might like Verified Accounts and Leadership Badges or, more likely, The Role of Leaderboards in Online Communities.”
Motivating Employees – Management – WSJ.com
“Why do people work?
That’s the single most important question in the field of management. How you answer it can tell volumes about your management style.”
SharePoint 2013 for the Social Intranet — Intranet design, intranet consultant, social intranet, website planning â Prescient Digital
“SharePoint is present in 80% of the Fortune 100; and plays a prominent intranet role in about 70% of knowledge worker intranets (either powering the main intranet portal, or delivering associated collaboration sites and/or document repositories). This in spite of its history.”
Building The Case For Social Business: Part II – Appeal To The Wallet
“The Second Step To Getting Social Business Buy-In: Appeal To The Wallet
Let’s be honest with one another, when it comes down to it, decision makers often care about one thing: money. In most cases, the belief is that unless you are saving it or making it, you’re not driving business value. Obviously we can wrestle with that all day and talk about more intangible benefits that social tools can provide to a company, but in the end your boss wants to know how it affects the bottom line.”
Building The Case For Social Business: Part I – Appeal To The Mind
“If you’re on this blog, you’re probably a believer in the idea of Social Business. You probably have some knowledge on the subject. You have probably even read a book or two (maybe more).
Chances are also pretty good that at least some of you reading this are NOT the decision maker for whether or not your company proceeds down the path toward becoming a Social Business.”
Predictions 2014 | Social Media Today
” Maybe we got caught up in some of the social failures, such as Lufthansa, JP Morgan Chase, and Kmart; nonetheless, 2013 is almost complete and while it is no longer SOCIAL AS WE KNEW IT, social, in its many forms of networking, listening and community, is not only still here but stronger than ever.”
Anche la Supply Chain diventa collaborativa
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