Humanize explores how the DNA of social media – being open, trustworthy, generative and courageous – are the very building blocks today’s corporations must embrace to redefine themselves and flourish in a more social world. Includes a list that captures the cold mechanical underpinnings of your typical corporation, juxtaposed to the softer side of social media and its evolving human engagement.
Fred Garnett is a visiting Research Associate at the London Knowledge Lab, which is part of the Learner-Generated Contexts Research Group. He is currently working on a project to make Manchester an Ambient Learning City
Recently I had the opportunity to share my thoughts on collaboration in something I put together for Changethis.com. It’s a bit of a manifesto which I think fits nicely as a precursor to The Collaborative Organization. In this document I try to focus a bit more on the broader need and implications for collaboration inside the enterprise. A good portion of the content in this document is actually not in the book, yet it is still quite relevant. I talk about the many moving parts that are required for collaboration to successfuly take place and explore the broader impacts of collaboration outside of the workplace, something which I find to be very interesting.
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This research is focused on the intersection of sustainable, affordable and prefabricated housing in Japan. Though my direction of the ecoMOD Project, I have been integrating these three strategies, because I believe by doing so designers can more effectively address the challenges we face in the U.S. from climate change, the significant environmental impact of buildings, and the widening gap between high and low-income Americans.
I love living in San Francisco. The city is packed with culture, beautiful parks, open spaces, and local businesses. These are just some of the qualities that inspire happiness among urban residents, according to a study from Urban Affairs Review.
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