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Work with one of my clients at the moment is focused on the use and adoption of collaborative tools – social networks within the organisation.
Yesterday I attended the 3rd Smartworking Summit of 2014, put on by Quora Consulting at the RSA in London.
You’d expect a company to use its own products if it can, and we’re no exception. Here at HighQ, we’re the perfect client for HighQ Collaborate. Our team is spread across offices in seven cities on four continents.
I’ve written a number of times about the factors influencing employee engagement levels. The open innovation world suggests that what often motivates participants is the ability to engage in tasks they have a real passion for, and the control over how they fulfill that engagement.
It’s a great paradox that the less comfortable we are the more we speak. The moment when we’re in the greatest danger of looking dumb is precisely when we open our mouths and remove all doubt. This paradox is on prominent display in the sales profession where so much hinges on our word choices, our timing and our delivery.
How to evaluate rapid application delivery (RAD) platforms to improve your mobile application capabilities.
A simple technique to stop common password based brute force attacks using Splung log analysis.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is the trend of employees using their own devices for working in their offices.
It has been on the ascendance since the proliferation of devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. Like it or leave it, it is here to stay.
It is increasingly common for organizations to attempt to map the various movements and engagements their employees undertake.
I’ve been asked by a client to pull together a session looking at the future of career paths and career planning towards the end of the year. It’s an interesting assignment, and a theme in which I’ve made fairly significant experimental investments in the past few years (often to my wife’s considerable consternation).
Should we design cost-effective disposable software?
If you have created an app but your target audience isn't aware of it, then by adding a user guide to the app, or using some alternatives to sending out push notifications or offering some valuables will let users know about your app; and most likely will encourage them to utilize the app. This will eventually help you generate revenues from it.
Email never was and still isn’t designed to be the multifaceted collaboration tool expected in today’s organisations. Yet that is what many people still use it as. In the 21st Century, how must email change to meet the requirements demanded of it in today's fast paced, mobile and social environment?
Clear, concise, and informative with detailed structure and visual aids.
Thought diversity is something that I’ve touched on a few times on this blog in recent times. When diversity is traditionally mentioned in a workplace context, it is usually done along identity based lines. There is concern that too few women make the boardroom for instance, or that ethnic minorities are not given a fair crack in recruitment scenarios.
Hearsay Social was recently invited by The Financial Services Forum to attend an event where Mr. Robert Taylor of UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was addressing the private banking/wealth management industry.
Each year the Drucker Institute award an organization that has exhibited the kind of innovative thoughts and behaviours that Peter Drucker himself would have been proud of. The award has been running since 1991 and this year received 687 applicants for the award, which offered the winner a $100,000 prize.
How to use Neo4j to power job recommendations.