Category: Collaboration

Getting A Handle On What Your Organization Knows: Knowledge Management And The Covid Quarantine

Knowledge Management And The Covid Quarantine: Acting as a learning organization remains critical during the Covid Quarantine. Knowledge Management is perhaps more important now than ever. Organizations have separated themselves from hundreds or thousands of employees, contractors and partners. Knowledge from those employees may be inaccessible depending on the agreements between the parties. Knowledge Management And.

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Ten Reasons a Conference Call Is Better Than a Video Conference

Ten Reasons a Conference Call Is Better Than a Video Conference As people ramp up the number of video conference calls and sometimes fill their days with them, the realities of what is being called Zoom Fatigue is catching on. As much as face-2-face meetings provide some additional sensory information about participants, there are a lot.

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Covid-19 Advisory: 14 Tips for Designing Your Work From Home (#WFH) Experience

Tips for Designing Your Work From Home Experience: So far the Serious Insights advice related to working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak has been technology-centered.  People struggling with getting their basic tools to work, or agreements on what to work on, often find it hard to take control of their personal work experience. The.

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Covid-19 Collaboration Update: Collaboration SaaS Use Skyrockets As More Workers Work From Home

Covid-19 Collaboration Update: Collaboration Skyrockets As More Workers Work From Home and Microsoft Teams Hits 32-Million Users Covid-19 Collaboration Update: I asked Microsoft a week ago for some numbers on the uptake on teams. I received the following: How do you move tens of thousands of employees to remote work overnight? With the COVID-19 outbreak spreading around.

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Ten Covid-19 Remote Work Questions: Take the Lead by Getting Answers to These Questions

Ten Covid-19 Remote Work Questions to make sure you and your employer are on the same virtual page Ten Covid-19 Remote Work Questions: As more people work remotely, they will quickly realize that their organization may not be as prepared as they think to have everyone working from home. Every person working from home should take.

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Rasmus quoted at TechTarget on Coronavirus and Collaboration

Rasmus quoted at TechTarget: 5 tips for HR: Employee communications during coronavirus outbreak “HR needs to own the practice of remote work,” said Daniel W. Rasmus, founder and principal analyst at Serious Insights, an industry analyst firm. “They need to facilitate the discussion about how people work, how measurements change, and lead collaboratively with IT.

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Our Covid-19 Collaboration Advisory Headlines at eWeek

eWeek coverage here. Read the original post here.

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COVID-19 and Collaboration: A Quick Start Guide to Remote Work

COVID-19 and Collaboration The COVID-19 outbreak is disrupting global supply chains, film openings, along with tradeshows and conferences. And it will continue to disrupt many aspects of life and work as longs as the uncertainty about its spread and severity continues. The outbreak has driven companies to cancel travel, and to individuals deciding to work.

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Review: Rocketbook Beacons a Must Have for Every Facilitator

Review: Rocketbook Beacons If you live on a whiteboard, the new $15 Rocketbook Beacons are a must-have. After Rocketbook sent me a set, it took me a while to test them. I no longer work in a world of whiteboards. I work from home and do most of my sketching on an iPad Pro with.

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Serendipity and Milton’s First Folio: Discovering Milton’s Annotated Copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio

A post pointing out the value of social media in driving serendipity. Serendipity and Milton’s First Folio outlines the discovery of the scholar through twitter, and eventually the unrecognized connection between the annotations she studied and John Milton’s handwriting.

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