Category: Research

Collaboration and The Ten Rings: How to Master Collaboration Shang-Chi Style

Disney’s Marvel Studios will launch Shang-Chi and Legend of the Ten Rings this week. I saw a similarity between some critical attributes of collaboration and the powers of the ten rings (as described in Marvel comics canon.). Enjoy this timely exploration of collaborative attributes and attitudes we all need to keep top of mind. Every time you.

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12 Hybrid Work Fears Managers Must Face

Work was not good before the pandemic for many. Lockdowns forced a change to remote work, often with the sentiment of getting back to normal as quickly as possible. The prolonged nature of the pandemic empowered some to reimagine work. Managers fear a return to the old ways may not be in the cards, and.

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10 Tips for Creating Great Thought Leadership Content

Writing good thought leadership content isn’t easy. Writing great thought leadership content is even harder. Follow these 10 Tips for Creating Great Thought Leadership Content to transform it from good to great. 10 Tips for Creating Great Thought Leadership Content Write about what you know. If you are researching a topic and trying to find.

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Privacy and Collaboration: Will Privacy Kill Evidence-based Performance?

Privacy and Collaboration Privacy and collaboration: The pandemic created opportunities for collaboration developers to invest more than they have, perhaps since their infancy as start-ups, perhaps more than ever. Acquisitions, some very large ones like SalesForce buying Slack, and Cisco buying IMImobile continue. Most of the investment focuses on creating better, more integrated, and more.

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ServiceNow Vaccine Management Solutions Offer Templates for Vaccination Management

On February 4, 2021 ServiceNow held an analyst webinar focusing on their new ServiceNow Vaccine Management Solutions. The drivers At the world attempts to roll-out vaccinations in an orderly way, many organizations face daunting issues related to communications and coordination. The goal is to deploy more than 15 Billion doses (up to 2 for each.

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Microsoft’s Unfortunate Retreat from the individual Microsoft Productivity Score

Background Microsoft launched the idea of a Mircrosoft productivity score to help organizations understand the work patterns of their employees, as well as their influence. They then retreated after receiving feedback about user privacy concerns, as well as the issues with identifying influence. Analysis The positioning and buy-in create perceived problems with data about employees.

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Top Research 2020: Serious Insights

We are grateful to our readers who trust us to advise them on their strategies, operations, and how they work through collaboration and knowledge management. This list highlights the most read research of 2020. If you missed one of the posts, just click to read. What is the difference between Data, Information, Knowledge and Wisdom?.

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Salesforce Acquires Slack: Adds to its Collaboration Arsenal

Salesforce continues to add large names to its portfolio: Tableau, Mulesoft, and now Salesforce acquires Slack. Unlike previous acquisitions Slack reaches beyond data and infrastructure to general human interaction. Slack challenged legacy collaboration assumptions by eliminating much of the structure and governance of previous systems. Slack espouses a bottoms-up approach to defining teams and communications.

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A Counterpoint to Slack’s Navigating the Disruption of Work Report

In late October 2020, Slack dropped a report titled Navigating the Disruption of Work. The report centers on five key assertions: As with any assertive set of future-looking statements, context often gets missed when trying to create a position. Slack fails to recognize two essential elements still in play. First, we are too close to.

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How to Define Quality of Service for Meetings

Organizations and collaboration vendors need to embrace Quality of Service for Meetings. This three-tiered approach offers an innovative approach to measuring meeting success. Work that one does for others requires Quality of Service (QoS) metrics. As I have learned since writing Management by Design, most people don’t’ think about designing activities considered mundane or routine..

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