Often organizations think that the need for a common infrastructure is about reducing duplication or eliminating waste. That, to me, is a by-product. Rather what we need is to unlock the flows of creativity and connectivity across people. Accenture has been moving avidly to design their infrastructure to accelerate how employees collaborate–a key value of The Accenture Way.
Google for Work is bringing collaboration to small and large businesses alike through their app platform. But what is different in how you use Google’s apps for personal use versus in the workplace. Find out from this conversation with Kim Wylie of Google for Work.
If we open up HR practices and freely share the knowledge, can it help more organizations, particularly small and medium businesses, get a leg up? #HROS, the Open source HR movement, is attempting just that per Ambrosia Vertesi of Hootsuite
The Internet of Things is becoming more real as we start seeing the most fundamental of devices for the home, the light bulb, become smarter, and easier to implement. BeON Home’s smart bulbs are a new self-configuring security device for the ordinary person, and gadget fans alike.
Building skills of employees in remote corners of the developing world can put any Learning team in an organization to task. See our PSI, a global health NGO, built their own learning management system for their workers everywhere.
How does a global energy production company radically reduce the time to fix a steam turbine from 4 weeks to 8 hours? By building a responsive collaborative organization at ENGIE Energy International, the power generation leader has found a path to innovation.
Behind how you create a future of work organization away from hierarchies towards networks and dynamic structures, there are common hard-learned lessons of what attitudes and principles they need. Here are 5 lessons from two successful flat organizations and wirearchies.
Mike Davis-Marks and I shared an overview of two future of work organizational models that are actually in action.
(a) Ethos as a network organization,
that is also launching an industry scale workforce planning
(b) SkillsPlanner for London Construction industry that brings together 30 companies, cities, government organizations, and colleges.
Presented at the HR Tech World Congress 2015 in Paris.
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Where are enterprise collaboration networks heading? Take a look at the evolution of collaborative processes from genesis to becoming commoditized utility services that rely on software+human social machines