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Making internal collaboration work

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In this video and article author and strategist, Don Tapscott, describes why effective knowledge management within enterprises requires replacing e-mail with social media. 


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An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: The Intersection of Social Business and Customer Experience | Ant's Eye View

An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: The Intersection of Social Business and Customer Experience | Ant's Eye View | Learning Happens Everywhere! | Scoop.it
As the online and social space becomes a frequent starting point for commercial activity, it’s becoming more apparent to businesses that their social media...

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The Collaborative Organization Manifesto

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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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