We face two major measurement problems when trying to measure the impacts of social business software: demanding stakeholders and intangible outputs. To grant project sponsorship, the C-Suite wants to see how you will measure return on investment (ROI). Meanwhile, from a human perspective we can inherently understand the value of engagement, dialog and innovation in the workplace, but it's very difficult to measure these intangibles in dollars and cents. How do we begin to quantify the impacts Topic: Social Business.
It turns out every building has its own magnetic “fingerprint,” and you can figure out what it looks like with the compass of an iPhone. Merge that information with public maps, and we may see a movement to make all our spaces as public as roads. Think Yelp reviews of your couch.
Many nonprofits have been surprised that genuine collaboration rarely endures when the community or network is left to its own devices. Members lose interest, content becomes stale, someone goes on a rant. In the end, everyone wonders why they starte...
Life360 extends its family geo-location capabilities to IFTTT’s internet-of-things recipe library. Now IFTTT can trigger events not just based on the actions of a user, but also on the collective actions of a whole family.