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Von Mindmapping bis Projektmangement: Die besten Collaboration-Tools. Connections. Creating a new world of possibilities IDC ranked IBM number one in worldwide market share for enterprise social software for the third consecutive year.


IBM® Connections is a leading social software platform that can help your organization engage the right people, accelerate innovation and deliver results. This integrated, security-rich platform helps people engage with networks of experts in the context of critical business processes. Now everyone can act with confidence and anticipate and respond to emerging opportunities. IBM Connections deployment options include on premises, hybrid and in the cloud. How to Ace Business Collaborative Innovation and Adaptation. The 20 best tools for online collaboration. A team of designers does not always work in the same office; you work in distributed groups, some of you may be working from home, and clients can be based all over the world.

The 20 best tools for online collaboration

This is where collaboration tools come in – they make it easier and faster for designers to get feedback and approve artwork in a professional manner, and they come in all sort of forms, from free Android apps to Chrome extensions. Some are created specifically for designers, some serve as a concept crafting whiteboard often with tools to make simple annotations, and some are all-in-one web apps that include an element of project management. Here we gather together some of the best available online tools to allow designers to take part in collaborational work in real time. 01. Slack Want to improve communication with your team? Perfect for anyone managing a team of remote employees, Slack enables project development to move forward more smoothly. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 14 Collaboration Tools for Social Media Teams.

Just the other day, peeking into the social media schedule here at Buffer, I noticed that it was full of wonderfully-worded, completely click-worthy, queued posts—posts that I spent zero time writing or adding.

14 Collaboration Tools for Social Media Teams

Such is the beauty of collaborating together on social media sharing. Taking a team approach to filling a queue or managing a social channel is a splendid way of saving time on social media. You don’t have to do it all yourself. Others have amazing ideas and content to share. And of course, having the smoothest tools makes social media collaboration even easier. Quick collaboration tips on sharing to social media as a team. 8 nützliche Kollaborationswerkzeuge für Remote-Worker. Far From Silicon Valley, A Disruptive Startup Hub : Goats and Soda. An entrepreneur uses his laptop near graffiti-decorated walls at Hubspace in the Khayelitsha township.

Far From Silicon Valley, A Disruptive Startup Hub : Goats and Soda

Emily Jan/NPR hide caption itoggle caption Emily Jan/NPR An entrepreneur uses his laptop near graffiti-decorated walls at Hubspace in the Khayelitsha township. Emily Jan/NPR. Murally. Phases to Pervasive Collaboration. Phases to Pervasive CollaborationCollaboration implementation must be planned at the business process level.

Phases to Pervasive Collaboration

Collaboration implementation must be planned at the business process level. Collaboration is a term that we hear a lot, often as part of the unified communications suite of capabilities. Effective collaboration requires behavioral changes by users and business process changes by the enterprise as a whole. Defining Collaboration defines collaboration as: General: Cooperative arrangement in which two or more parties (which may or may not have any previous relationship) work jointly towards a common goal.

The general definition is the one most people in our field consider as collaboration. There is great deal of competition among vendors to deliver collaboration tools and services (See Cisco vs. Early Adoption When collaboration is first considered, the executive suite is an early adopter. Room design Lighting Audio/video quality Connection technologies available. Start Taking Advantage of Linkedin to Drive Traffic, Generate Leads and Boost Your Revenue. Virtual Collaboration: The Skills Needed to Collaborate in a Virtual Environment. Keywords: Virtual collaboration, virtual collaboration skills, virtual collaboration barriers.

Virtual Collaboration: The Skills Needed to Collaborate in a Virtual Environment

Introduction Virtual Collaboration Teams (VCTs), generally defined, are groups of individuals, geographically dispersed, that work together using collaborative technology (e.g. chat rooms, e-mail, instant messaging, video conferencing, etc.) in order to accomplish organizational goals (Brake, 2006; Cottone, Pieti, Schiavinato, Soru, Martinelli, Varotto, & Mantovani, 2009; Fruchter, Bosch-Sijtsema, & Ruohomaki, 2010; Suduc, Bizoi, & Filip, 2009; and Zhang, Tremaine, Egan, Milewski, O’Sullivan, & Fjermestad, 2009).

Many organizations use VCTs because they are inexpensive, independent of time and space, more efficient, more effective, and are better able to share information, than face-to-face teams (Eom, 2009; Muntean, 2009; Suduc, Bizoi, & Filip, 2009; and Zhang et al., 2009). Relationship Building Skills Trust Familiarity Environment and Context Diversity Communication Skills Simple Language. Team Science Online Learning Modules. How Successful Virtual Teams Collaborate - Keith Ferrazzi. By Keith Ferrazzi | 12:00 PM October 24, 2012 I have worked on many teams in which we dutifully did our jobs, and the group fulfilled its objectives.

How Successful Virtual Teams Collaborate - Keith Ferrazzi

And then I have worked on other teams in which everyone energetically collaborated with one another, and the results were spectacular. Not only did we surpass our goals, we also thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from that process as individuals. In other words, there’s a world of difference between merely working together and truly collaborating with one another. Collaborative activity is the “secret sauce” that enables teams to come up with innovative new products or creative, buzz-worthy marketing campaigns. OracleVoice: Seeking Social's ROI? You're Missing The Point Entirely. By Meg Bear Businesses have been obsessively trying to find the ROI of social media, which is the completely wrong approach.

OracleVoice: Seeking Social's ROI? You're Missing The Point Entirely

Don’t get me wrong—it’s not that you shouldn’t measure the impact of social media; but the measurement should be a business one, not a measure of social alone. Social is an enablement tool, not a standalone channel. And its true value comes in the ability to enable your business. Merriam-Webster defines enable as “to provide with the means or opportunity; to make possible; to cause to operate.” Great companies have already begun using social to innovate more quickly and more effectively. General Motors is developing better automobiles by seeking customer input, as well as making product adjustments on the assembly line by listening to social conversations. Marriott International created an award-winning marketing promotion based on a customer remark on social media informing the hotel that its beds were a customer favorite. Source: iStockphoto. Social media: A network boost : Naturejobs. Leseprobe. Das typische Büro von heute lädt nicht zum persönlichen Austausch unter Kollegen ein - dabei braucht es für Kreativität und Produktivität genau solche Begegnungen.


In focus: The art of collaboration. Gone are the days of dirty tricks campaigns and bitter rivalries, it’s all healthy competition and shared learnings, right?

In focus: The art of collaboration

On a recent trip to one of New York’s biggest co-working spaces Virgin put the question to its founder – where has this spirit of collaboration come from and what happened to the old attitudes? "Why don’t you ask Uber and Lyft about that one? Well, don’t get me wrong," came the smiling response. E-Collaboration.pdf. Social Innovation as an open and collaborative environment - Social Making Economies. Click to enlarge Social Innovation is one of the more discussed topics during the last years. There are several reasons, but the majority are related to the period of uncertainty we’re living, as it revealed the vulnerabilities of the consumistic paradigm. The weak spots are both in the private and the public sector. The continuous will to feed the capital at any cost is much more than evident in the private sector, while the govenments showed their inability to handle a wide spectrum of emerging social problems, not only at a extraordinary level, but at the ordinary too.

Public health costs and education costs are growing, the urban landscape is facing abandon and decay because of the poor construction and maintenance policies applied during the 60s and the 70s: each city has many districts that need extraordinary care (and cash), and huge urban regeneration plans are common, but most of them focuses on the city centre, leaving the suburbs alone once again. Collaboration. Real-Time Online Collaboration.