Collaborative Innovation Tools
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29 73 in Share 73 I’m seeing an increasing number of articles about innovation personalities and the like, and I’m a firm believer that it’s not personalities that matter so much when it comes to innovation, it’s the roles that we play in making innovation happen (or not). So, I would like to add my to the conversation. The following is an excerpt from my book : Blogging Innovation » The Nine Innovation Roles
The New Arithmetic of Collaboration - Navi Radjou, Jaideep Prabhu, Prasad Kaipa, Simone Ahuja - The Conversation by Navi Radjou, Jaideep Prabhu, Prasad Kaipa, Simone Ahuja | 9:18 AM November 4, 2010 Pharma giant Pfizer recently announced a $350 million partnership with Biocon, one of Asia’s leading biotechnology companies.
Roles on a Team and How They Apply to the Enterprise Some people like leading the charge. Others would rather engage behind the scenes. In the enterprise, teams typically are made up of people with different skills and can be scattered all over the world. Many companies use behavioral models to create teams in order to harness the unique skills of each member, and ensure the group works together effectively.
What Giving Gets You at the Office - Shawn Achor by Shawn Achor | 3:00 PM July 27, 2011 The greatest metric for predicting job satisfaction and engagement is the social support perceived by the employee.
Google Apps Marketplace: 6 Great Apps to Try Now Last night at its Campfire One event, Google officially launched the Google Apps Marketplace. The Google Apps Marketplace offers third-party developers and services a way to integrate directly with the Google Apps platform and sell that integration at whatever price point they choose. This is a huge win for the cloud because it finally allows other cloud services to tap into some of Google's APIs for things like Gmail and Google Docs at a much deeper level, which can benefit their own customers, as well as offering additional value to Google Apps itself. Although the launch was yesterday, many companies and developers have been preparing for this event for quite some time and a number of very cool and useful apps are already available in the Marketplace. Here are just a few that stand out to us. 1.
With enterprise social software platforms starting to gain widespread traction, ROI measurements are now becoming possible with early adopter communities. Many companies are looking for a detailed guide on how to measure the benefits of E2.0 software and demonstrate its ROI. Calculating ROI can be a daunting and overwhelming task, but given advanced analytics, it is definitely possible. With industry costs ranging from $1 – $5 per user per month, and with little to no hardware and low management costs, even small increases in key performance indicators driven by enterprise social software platforms produce significant ROI. Today’s #E2sday examines three easy ways to measure the ROI from your enterprise social software. How to Calculate the ROI of Enterprise 2.0
What the Enterprise Can Learn From Sports Teams