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Taking Stock

Every year or so, insurance companies send us reminders to inventory our household assets. They kindly remind us that in the event of disaster, it’s nearly impossible to remember how many shirts were in each closet, or how many tools were in the garage. They remind us, because they know...

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Collaboration and Social Media Revolution: The Fall of the Organizational Charts

I'm happy to communicate the extinction of a species. As a matter of fact I believe we will be much better after its complete disappearance. It's an honor to be the one sharing the following announcement: The last Organizational Chart on Planet Earth was found lifeless in a trash can...

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Thanks for helping define the agenda of the next E2.0 Conference in Boston

Voting ended last Friday, January 14th. Thanks for contributing and participating. We received an excellent number of votes and our 3 topics are in contention to be part of the agenda. You can track information about the conference through the following link: http://boston2011.e2conf...

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Social Media increases employee life span by 25%

It’s been said that people who are actively engaged in social networking will live in average 25% longer lives. The main reasons identified in this study are: People who speak more openly and freely about their issues through blogs, micro-blogs, tweets, etc, feel better and...

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Tough Love: Change. Now. Or Get Hacked

You’ve seen this kind of post before. Most recently, by Rob Gray when he said that most in this community build “systems of control” when we should be building “systems of engagement.” Oscar Berg echoed that: we’re not designing systems for easy adoption...

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Work, Content, and the Next 10 Years -- An AIIM14 Session

This session will explore the business transformation that is entering office environments today and what it will be like to work in a future

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Don’t transform Social Network into the next inbox nightmare

Whether you are leading Social Business transformation in your company or joining the bandwagon of Social Networking in your personal life, there are some few tips I wanted to share to make sure you create real value from the experience

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