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Posts Tagged: Collaboration
In How Social Tools Have Failed In the Enterprise So Far, Dennis Duvauchelle writes: Amazingly (to me), most people still rely on email as the primary method of communicating, collaborating and sharing. It does not surprise me that so many people still use email for collaboration. Despite the proliferation of social tools, supported by IT… Read more »
Group collaboration is a great way for people to things done, learn and have fun together. When people work with others in a group, they can solve complex problems, coordinate their work and share valuable learning. Face to face meetings are great for group collaboration but they also have problems. Collaborating online can get around… Read more »
Today is Waitangi Day in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is a public holiday. The day when we recognise the Treaty of Waitangi, which is in many ways the founding document of our nation. It is why we call our country Aotearoa as well as New Zealand and why M?ori is an official language of New Zealand…. Read more »
Can blogs save us from the pain of using email for collaboration? Yes, if you take the pain of changing away from email. An easier option is to use online groups with email to give you the advantages of blogs without the pain of changing from email. In his article Is There Life After Email?… Read more »
Building collaboration is difficult. It involves helping others before they help you. To do that, you have to trust that the others are likely to help you. That trust grows when they help you. Once this positive feedback loop established is hard. Someone has to take the risk of beginning it. Taking that risk is… Read more »
Lee Timmins of Management Today lists ten reasons that he thinks ditching email is the way to go. I heartily agree with one of the problems that Lee points out. Email by itself is not great for group collaboration. Lee’s other nine reasons are almost the exact opposite of what I believe is the case…. Read more »
Enterprise Social Networking “is the new battleground for all enterprise collaboration vendors:” writes Richard Edward in Moving on from a culture of collaboration by email. There is no doubt that Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) is growing, but ESN does not replace existing enterprise collaboration, especially collaboration using email.
Whatever technology you use, your main challenge in getting collaboration started is going to be social. So you may as well start using simple technology and work on the social factors. Building Collaboration is a Social Problem not a Technical One Collaboration one of the holy grails of organisations. Everything will go so much better… Read more »
You may have heard the line “If you are not paying for it, you are the product.” Evidently, it originated in Metafilter. It has been discussed on Lifehacker, Computerworld and Forbes. The statement is a reference to the older idea of “user generated content” or UGC. UGC has long been a holy grail of websites…. Read more »