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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Mozilla Launches Open Badges; Creates an Educational and Skill Currency


Posted by on March 27, 2013

Mozilla recently unveiled a project that they have been working on for over a year and a half called Open Badges.  The concept is built around people being able to gain recognition for skills that they earn on the web, anywhere on the web.  Ideally an individual will be able to acquire virtually any skill on any […]

ING Direct CEO Gives Employees "The Right to Bitch"


Posted by on March 19, 2013

While I was speaking at the Newsgator conference in Amsterdam I learned of a very interesting story at ING Direct (Canada).  For those of you not familiar with ING Direct, it has around 1,200 employees and is based in Canada and operates things such as savings accounts, retirement plans, mortgages, and mutual funds.  Their CEO […]

The Future of Work


Posted by on March 12, 2013

A lot of companies are interested in what the future of work looks like and what direction companies are going to be heading towards.  However, this means looking beyond just technology.  Based on a lot of conversations that I and my team at Chess Media Group have been having with clients and other companies, I […]

How Would You Work Without Email?


Posted by on March 8, 2013

Sometimes when I speak with clients or companies interested in understanding the future of work and collaboration it helps to put things into an interesting perspective.  There are many people (including business leaders) out there who are still not up to speed on what is happening in the world of enterprise social software, collaboration, and the future […]

Improving Employee Adoption for Enterprise Collaboration


Posted by on March 4, 2013

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 use […]