Tag Archives: collaboration

Shifts in Collaboration Mirror Shifts in SEO

Collaboration requires more than the people on your team. The future of collaboration has moved beyond top-down task assignment and required participation with set deliverables. Instead it increasingly relies upon two key items: the serendipity of finding content and expertise that is just right, right now, and the willingness of people to exchange their time […]

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SharePoint Slump

Check out the graph from Indeed trends.  Sharepoint job openings / needs are at their lowest point since 2008.  There are several ways to interpret the chart.  It could mean that: 1) we’ve reached sharepoint saturation and business are happily using it with loyal and skillful administrators/developers to keep it running  OR 2) SharepPoint is […]

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Creativity and Collaboration

There is an unseemly hubris in content and collaboration software. It is the assumption that knowledge and innovation can come out of them.  As if our companies were some sort of orange to be squeezed into a pitcher and served up as a healthy and tasty accompaniment to breakfast.  The trend has a long history […]

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The Accidental History of Hadoop

There are two very different types of collaboration; Intentional and Accidental.  Intentional collaboration is focused by a defined team with a shared purpose.  Interactions are marked by introductions, updates, “take a look at this”, “please review…” etc.  Most “collaboration” technology fits this category.  It is boring, line cook kitchen model collaboration.  Read the recipe. Gather […]

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Whitepaper: Putting Business on the Path to Social

I am happy to announce that you can now download our whitepaper: Putting Business on the Path to Social (PDF). It is free, no registration wall. But we’d love to hear what you think of it. We’d also love to chat with you about implementing the strategy it outlines at your place of business. So […]

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