Category: Conference Notes

Re-Imagining Effective Work

I presented the opening keynote last week in Sydney at the Intranets 2015 conference. My talk was on Re-Imagining Effective Work (slides above). The presentation advocates the need for thinking beyond the immediate impacts of new technology on work practices, to the deeper and more long running impacts […]

Intranets 2015 in Sydney

Last week I was in Sydney for the fifth annual Intranets conference, hosted by Step Two. With pre-conference and post-conference activities added in, it was a full week! Some comments: Big Ideas. The three keynotes focused on re-imagining effective work (that was mine), doing governance well (Sue Hanley), […]

Intranets 2015: It’s Almost Show Time

I have but 10 hours left in the office before boarding a couple of planes (not simultaneously, mind you) and heading to Sydney for the Intranets 2015 conference hosted by Step Two Designs. The conference is on Wednesday and Thursday next week (May 20-21), with a post-conference workshop […]

User Adoption Strategies in June with Silverside

In June I will be presenting the User Adoption Strategies Workshop twice in Rotterdam, in partnership with Silverside. The workshop will be presented for two different audiences: – Wednesday June 10, for customers with IBM Connections, SmartCloud, and Sametime. – Thursday June 11, for customers with Microsoft SharePoint, […]

Cultivating Collaborative Behaviour

I gave the presentation above a couple of weeks back to a small group of wonderful people, and have finally had the time today to share it here. The presentation looks at the fundamental human practices of collaboration, and gives a series of strategies and approaches for individuals, […]

Social Factors in Collaboration

This presentation explores social factors in collaboration, particularly how the way people behave impacts on adoption of new ways of working together. The presentation has three main sections: Approaches to improving adoption (slides 4-18) … a brief review of adoption fundamentals, such as adoption happens in an organizational […]