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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Structuring and Building Enterprise Collaboration Teams

Posted by on May 28, 2013

In developing enterprise collaboration teams it is common to find that some employees are more involved than others.  David Straus developed a concept called “rings of involvement” that applies to how involved relevant stakeholders are in collaboration.  That concept inspired the chart shown below and I talk about it in much greater depth in my book, The Collaborative Organization. […]

The Future of Work is Customized Work

Posted by on May 16, 2013

The typical career path for an employee starts in an entry level position in a particular department wherein the employee needs to then ascend the corporate ladder and move up the proverbial food chain to a more senior level role.  Most of the time the employee ends up stuck in a particular department or a particular role […]

Enterprise Collaboration Technology Deployment Scenarios

Posted by on May 9, 2013

I’m seeing a few trends around how organizations are deploying enterprise collaboration platforms.  Typically one of four paths are taken which are: a unified solution, multiple solutions (not connected), an aggregator solution, or multiple solutions which are integrated together.  These are explained in more detail in the table below. There is no perfect approach and […]

The Gap Between the Consumer Web and the Enterprise

Posted by on May 7, 2013

Much of what we are seeing in the enterprise is being fueled by the consumer web.  For example if there would have been no Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, or Linkedin, chances are there would be no Jive, Yammer, Chatter, or any other enterprise collaboration platform.  The behaviors we exhibit on social media channels are also making […]

The Future of Work is NOT About Replacing Sharepoint and Email

Posted by on May 3, 2013

Some still believe that the whole point of investing in enterprise collaboration tools and strategies is simply to replace existing systems that organizations are currently using such as Sharepoint and/or email.  Let me be clear that it is about far more than that.  At the core; we are talking about the future of work.  Technology […]

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