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Taking Merger Integration All the Way to the Knowledge Bank (Part 2)

After three SharePoint migrations plus an acquisition and a merger thrown in for good measure I'm starting to believe that SharePoint integrations are a little like childbirth: if the mother honestly remembered the depth of her labor pains, there would be a lot more only-children in this...

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Taking Merger Integration All the Way to the Knowledge Bank

All is fair in love, football, and mergers and acquisitions. In fact if corporations were afforded the same rights of family law as free speech, the divorce rate among agrieved merger partners could easily surpass the current American divorce rate of 45-50%. Author and organizational KM guru ...

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SharePoint: The World's Most Impersonal Network

What we value most about social networks isn't the number of friends, invites, reconnects, or diversions from the dullness of rote tasks. It's more basic that that. It's that we know where they stand -- they're either vibrant and flowing or they die. There are no static forms of...

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