Webcast and presentation exploring the four degrees of social capital – how different technologies can benefit communications and cooperation between people
Mobile devices are enabling new forms of interaction with the potential to transform the modern workplace. Being able to connect, decide and act on the move is enabling very different ways of working
There are three keys to successful change at work: Involve those affected, have a clear purpose and listen to concerns. Why do so few follow this advice?
Microsoft has finally released native Office applications for iOS that run on both the iPhone and iPad. So how good are they?
The following presentation was delivered for a SharePoint Business Briefing at Microsoft UK in November 2013. Exploring the 8 steps to introducing change and why so many SharePoint projects fail to deliver the value expected
For all the recent developments in social technology, email remains the dominant form of digital communication. But unnecessary email is a productivity drain.
Too many offices are designed for an era of work that no longer exists. Knowledge work benefits from creating a collaborative environment with the emphasis on connecting people, not hiding behind screens
Since acquiring Yammer in 2012, Microsoft has been clear. When it comes to social networking tools, use Yammer not SharePoint. But…
Massive global online social networks have enabled consumers to disrupt markets and even helped citizens to disrupt governments. But what about social networks within business? Is there potential to improve the workplace?
One of the biggest challenges that faces all internal social networking initiatives is momentum. Or rather, how to maintain it