According to a Forbes article by Jeanne Meister:
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In an ideal scenario the corporate management team at your organization will make the necessary technology and strategy investments around collaboration and the future of work across the enterprise.
I’ve been a huge fan of what the folks at The Motley Fool are doing around employee engagement. In fact a few months ago I wrote an article about how they are the only company I have come across that has a chief collaboration officer. The Motley Fool employees around 200 people and is a [...]
One of the most common challenges I see with organizations that deploy collaborative platforms and technologies is the employee adoption rate. In other words, many employees don’t use the tools or there is a spike in adoption which quickly falls a month or so after deployment. Occasionally I see some managers try to mandate the [...]
In January, Social Fresh surveyed more than 1,000 partners for its annual Community Manager Report. It’s the third year Social Fresh has compiled the report. Some of the findings proved to be interesting (community managers trend female–in a male-dominated industry), while others really weren’t all that surprising (only 1 in 5 community managers is on [...]
The role of the manager is evolving quite a bit thanks to the connected, social, and collaborative world we now live in. Corporations and schools around the world originally modeled their approaches based on the way the military did things. We needed everyone wearing the same uniform, showing up, taking orders, and doing the same [...]
I came upon a blog post this weekend that addressed its subject matter in a way that I found breath-taking both in its simplicity and in its clarity.
Based on a research report Chess Media Group released last year on the State of Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration, the most common types of employee/user resistance to collaboration are:
Based on a research report Chess Media Group released last year on the State of Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration, the most common types of managers resistance to collaboration are: