Writing on the Digital Workplace Group blog, Paul shares his ten predictions for digital workplaces in 2017. One in particular has been a focus of mine for the past decade: 2. Focus shifts from “firing up tech” to changing behaviour and culture This is a striking change that […]
A couple of weeks back I presented the opening keynote at the Digital Workplace Conference 2016 in New Zealand, followed a couple of hours later by a session called Taking a Strategic Approach to the Use of Office 365. My slides are above. Here’s the main points I […]
I was catching up with a client a few days ago about current status in their organisation, and he mentioned that due to business conditions, the IT budget had been slashed to a third of what it was at the beginning of the year. And since they’d already […]
Some 12 hours ago (4.30am New Zealand time) I joined Microsoft’s live broadcast of its Future of SharePoint event. A few select people were actually in San Francisco for the event, and apparently 16,999 people joined me in watching the live online feed of the event. There are […]
Thoughts about a “bottom-up” approach for forming your collaboration strategy.
Over on Inc., Les writes about how not to roll out a new system or process: “Last week it was reported that Avon … had abandoned a $125 million SAP system. The reason? Their salespeople (mostly independent reps) where leaving in droves because the new system was so […]
In a recent client project for a university that was getting ready to introduce SharePoint 2013, I interviewed 20 academics to build an understanding of their work, so that I could draw some initial inferences about where and how SharePoint 2013 could be used to enhance and improve […]
In Chapter 6 of Collaboration Roadmap (2011) I write about engaging the business, and say that the idea of “capturing requirements” is wrong. Instead, I encourage a mindset and approach of “co-discovering opportunities.” With that in mind, I was very pleased to read this on Andrew’s blog a […]
The Collaboration Roadmap Masterclass is coming to London on September 26, in conjunction with the Interaction 2013 Intranet Conference in London – at which I will be presenting the opening keynote on Collaboration and the Intranet. Tickets to the masterclass are available immediately. Here’s the details: “What’s involved […]
I was talking to a colleague last week about how customers who are using IBM Connections were going from an adoption perspective. Since I have written books on this, and run workshops with organizations to help with approaching the user adoption challenge, I have an interest in spreading […]
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