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Two reasons why HR needs to invest in social collaboration

With its benefitsincluding more effective and streamlined communications throughout theorganisation and better connecting staff, it's perhaps not surprising that inmany organisations a social collaboration initiative begins in the internalcommunications department; often it's in conjunction with...


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Who should lead a social collaboration initiative?

I blogged recently about how I thought HR should play a more central role in social collaboration initiatives (and it prompted some interesting discussions/debates!), so I thought this month I'd focus on who is currently driving this trend within organisations. It's a question I'm asked a...


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Why isn't HR more involved in social collaboration initiatives?

People often talk about why social collaboration initiatives fail, and any organisation on their own collaboration journey will be conscious of the massive pressure to achieve strong levels of adoption of their new technology in order to demonstrate their success. The trouble with this, in my...

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ECM at a Global Scale: Empower Users Ignite Change, An AIIM14 Presentation

Missed AIIM 2014? Or did you just miss out on a session or three you wanted to see? In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry. Tejas Mehta...

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Let SharePoint take care of your employee handbook

One of the biggest challenges facing organizations today is not the creation and maintenance of the employee handbook , but how to ensure employees read and acknowledge / agree to it. Traditionally this has been achieved by creating a glossy brochure and requesting employees return a separate...

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Asking for social media usernames and passwords of employees might land you in prison

(I’m not a lawyer and this is just my personal opinion. Please don't let the big words and nice suit fool you) Have you ever checked out an applicant's Facebook profile? Seen their embarrassing pictures from Halloween? Tweets about a sensive topic? What really piqued my interest...

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HR 2.0

In my last post , I talked about how HR was an area of particularly intense social media (SM) activity at the organizations I work with. I tried to describe not only why HR as a discipline is a good candidate for SM-enablement but also what SM-enabled HR might look like at an organization. ...

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Bleeding Edge HR

In my travels, I work with a lot of organizations on social media (SM) and enterprise collaboration, whether as part of dedicated Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) projects or under the umbrella of broader content and process management initiatives. And if you had asked me a year ago what the likely E2.0 ...

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A short history of personal computing

A short history of personal computing. [A note: Before I get a lot of email, personal pronouns in this presentation vary by paragraph. I know it. It's on purpose.] Once upon a time there was a worker in an organization. The worker longed to contribute what he knew to help the...

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Top 10 Trends at E2.0 Santa Clara

Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara - Nov 8 to 11 Here are my top ten trends (i.e. best practices, lessons learned and observations) having spent the past three days at the Enterprise 2.0 event in Santa Clara: There is now a wide blend of participants attending the event covering areas including IT,...

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