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The Enterprise 2.0 show happened last week for the first time in Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) and UBM/TechWeb claimed 1400 attendees (almost as large as their June show in Boston).
In recent days there has been a revelation on U.S. foreign policy by a private who disclosed "Secret" U.S. government information through the WikiLeaks site. Elliot Masie (Learning Trends) wrote a special note( #647) about "WikiLeaks Has Potential Chilling Effect on Corporate Collaboration Support." I would like to respond to that article and the current situation, by getting on my soapbox, and stating my opionion about corporate collaboration after working in this area for 20 years.
As an analyst I am supposed to have some kind of crystal ball, a clear vision of the future based on all of my research and experience. I don't have a crystal ball, but I do track trends, and anyone who has ever talked with me knows I have opinions; I am also a good guesser.
Recently I read a survey from CMSwire that said that "Collaboration" was the top priority for 2011 in the enterprise. http://www.cmswire.com/cms/enterprise-20/enterprise-collaboration-tops-list-of-2011-organizational-priorities-009687.php Yet, selling collaboration is hard.
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"And Then She Said": Office Stories and What They Tell Us about Gender in the Workplace This article calls for a rhetorical perspective on the relationship of gender, communication,and power in the workplace. In doing so, the author uses narrative in two ways.First, narratives gathered in an ethnographic study of an actual workplace, a plasticsmanufacturer, are used as a primary source of data, and second, the findings of this studyare presented by telling the story of two women in this workplace.
Imagine you can share your bookmarks with your colleagues, find your documents and emails quickly through tagging, write about your work experiences on your personal homepage (blog), and document all project team work in a wiki. The result is a revolutionary different way to share knowledge online within an organization. How does it work and what is the trick?
I had a chance to listen to Mark yesterday virtually through a guest speaker presentation sponsored by the IMC program at West Virginia University on the issue of influence and his new book titled “ Return to Influence .”
Prashant Suryakumar is a Social Media Engagement Manager at Mu Sigma and is currently focused on social media analytics. This post was co-authored by Dhiraj Rajaram, the founder and CEO of Mu Sigma.
If you're like us, you're using Dropbox for all kinds of unusual tasks . But we wanted to go further, so we asked the experts at Dropbox to tell us their most unusual, unexpected and crazy ways to use this versatile software tool.