this is certainly an exiting world we live in.
On the one hand nothing seems to change at all,
on the other hand we have all the power to make
the change happen.
CoWorking seems to be changing the paradigma
of either being employed by a…"
Cisco has just completed a five part series on their blog on their vision of The Future of Collaboration. Here are their predictions:1. Collaborative networks will be to Enterprises what social networks are to Consumers. The rigidly structured silos will give way to more fluid, ad-hoc communities of experts. Companies will rely on "collaboration networks" that bring together "clusters of experts" to get critical projects completed. The groups will form dynamically to achieve the shared outcome.…See More
I think it was Ideas to Success Twitter where I got directed to the Promise Communities work on Co-Creation (http://www.promisecommunities.com/). As a result of that work I have been thinking about the importance of relationships inside and outside the organization. We are in, and moving more into, a time when one of the greatest values an employee can have is their relationships and yet there is nothing in current organizational structures that…See More
"I joined because of this... many of you are "bright minds" in the fields you represent. I'm a learner. But I'm a learner with benefits. While I am amazed that this tool has made it reasonable for me to have a conversation with…"
"I will have to read more and check your book because in the context of the current environment in the US around diversity and teams the goal would seem to be to prevent and suppress conflict. We don't ever resolve the underlying assumptions and…"
"I've been working with Open Space for 20 years and am very familiar with the work of Harrison Owen, inventor of Open Space Technology and author of Wave Riders. I think this is a valuable contribution to the Management 2.0 (no, I'm not…"