Understanding expertise and its profiling touches on the core of knowledge management, a topic which has been in and out of vogue for a couple of decades. There are some new and emerging approaches in the field that provide possibilities for finally addressing the challenges of knowledge management. A Silverside white paper.
Explores the state of meetings today, a look at the research on meetings, and a casting of our vision for Smarter Meetings. A Silverside white paper.
Explores the state of running team projects today, looks at the research on running team projects, and casts our vision for improving this important aspect of organisational life. A Silverside white paper.
I have always loved sitting in the front row in a classroom, church service, conference presentation, and especially an airplane. Sitting in the front row allows unfiltered access to the speaker, with the distractions emanating from other people removed from sight. At university, it was the bored and […]
Meetings consume a significant portion of the modern worker’s “schedule space” and perhaps more worryingly an even greater proportion of their “mental space.” In his book from last millennium (both literally and figuratively), Peter Drucker wrote that an executive should be worried if more than 25% of his […]
A recent Art of Manliness podcast Doing More With Less, with guest Scott Sonenshein, talked about the difference between chasing and stretching. It’s a good discussion, with some great ideas throughout the 43 minutes. I’ve listened to it three times. At 20m55s into the podcast, there’s an insightful […]
This is not a good way to greet the morning. Some words of tribute from afar … When death rushes up, We meet it as we are. For some it comes swiftly, from the metal of a car. For others the knife wounds, from the assailant himself. For […]
Almost a decade ago I wrote about my mobile office using an iPAQ 212 and foldable Bluetooth keyboard. With new requirements out of the US (and now the UK) around no laptops on board under specific conditions, if you still need to get work done while enroute or […]
The Eventful Group is hosting the second Enterprise Collaboration TechFest in Australia in June. It has recently published the research document that summarises the key themes from its research roundtable discussions: 2017 Themes Starting with the Why – Delivering Business Value Charting a Technology Strategy that Aligns with […]
It’s a common question: Can I pack my laptop in checked-in luggage? The general consensus is “no.” To wit: There’s nothing saying you can’t, however, I definitely wouldn’t pack my laptop in my checked luggage (especially if it was a decently nice or really nice one). Have you […]