Month: July 2015

Practice Insight: Seven Points to Negotiate for Document Collaboration

A Practice Insight: Seven Points to Negotiate for Document Collaboration Download the PDF here: Document Collaboration: Avoid Being Lost In Immediacy  Any document that requires co-creating, meaning input from more than one author, and/or feedback on the structure, concept, meaning or grammar of a document, requires collaboration, and good collaboration requires negotiation. Note that I.

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Notes from Windows 10 Release Day -1

Tomorrow many people will receive the final bits of what is known as Windows 10. For those already previewing the release, as I am, it appears that a Windows Update process will push whatever bits are required to transform our machines from beta to released software — automagically. With the exception of a reboot, that process.

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Think Twice before Accepting a Google Gift: My Story of the The Google Chromecast Anniversary Gift That Never Gave

The saga of my Google Chromecast Anniversary Gift or Lessons Learned in Not Delivering Well on a Promise. Yesterday I read that Google was offering a free movie to celebrate with owners of Chromecast. So I went over to my Galaxy Tab S 8.4, connected to my Chromecast and went to offers. I had six offers.

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Challenging IBM’s Innovation Findings in ‘Insatiable Innovation’

Insatiable Innovation? I was intrigued by the IBM Institute for Business Value report titled Insatiable Innovation. I like the title. America has lead the world to desire, expect and consume innovation at an increasingly rapid pace. The report passes no judgment on this phenomenon. The researchers, however, should ask if this is a good or bad.

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Sprouting Reads #1 picks up Collaboration Innovations Report Insights

The Brave New World of Enterprise Collaboration A linked in post titled:  Sprouting Reads #1: The Brave New World of Enterprise Collaboration, picked up ideas from the new Serious Insights report, “Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology.” Thank you to Venkataraman Ramachandran for his thoughtful analysis. You can read the entire post at Linkedin: Sprouting Reads #1: The.

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My Close Encounter with Stan Lee

As Comic-Con San Diego nears, I thought I would share this little vignette from the recent Emerald City Comic-Con. My Close Encounter with Stan Lee My Emerald City Comic-Con hook up was running late. So rather than stand around the all too crowded, and under-seated lobby of the Washington State Convention Center, I walked across.

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