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Review of Edmodo - Collaboration Tool for Project Management Teams

Review of Edmodo - Collaboration Tool for Project Management Teams | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
In this review of Edmodo, Natasha Baker highlights the features and functions that makes it a great alternative to other Project Management applications.
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Stixy: For Flexible Online Creation Collaboration and Sharing

Stixy: For Flexible Online Creation Collaboration and Sharing | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Stixy makes it fun and easy for you to collaborate online! Create tasks, appointments, files, photos, notes, and bookmarks on your Stixyboards, organized in whatever way make sense to you.
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5 Ways Social Media Will Change The Way You Work in 2013 - Forbes

Guest post written by Ryan Holmes Ryan Holmes is CEO of HootSuite, a social media management system with 5 million users.
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Numérique : renouer avec les valeurs progressistes et dynamiser la croissance | Terra Nova

Numérique : renouer avec les valeurs progressistes et dynamiser la croissance | Terra Nova | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it

Longtemps en avance dans le secteur des télécommunications, la France est aujourd'hui en retrait dans le domaine du numérique. Ce rapport de Terra Nova, présenté aujourd'hui dans Les Echos et préfacé par Jacques Attali, appelle à définir une véritable stratégie de développement du numérique à l'échelle nationale. Il décline plusieurs propositions pour mettre à profit les perspectives économiques offertes par cet outil, renforcer à travers lui les solidarités et valeurs collectives, préserver l'intérêt général par la régulation.

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Creating Collaboration Takes More Than Technology

Wikis, Web conferencing, and the like won't help people work together if the corporate culture is internally competitive and hierarchical, writes Evan Rosen
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Collaboration Handbook: Creating, Sustaining, and Enjoying the Journey eBook: Michael Winer, Karen Ray: Amazon.fr: Boutique Kindle

Collaboration Handbook: Creating, Sustaining, and Enjoying the Journey eBook: Michael Winer, Karen Ray: Amazon.fr: Boutique Kindle
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Version Kindle 14,46 €

Livre 28,99 €

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Collaboration Technologies, Tasks, and Contexts: Evolution and Opportunity

Collaboration Technologies, Tasks, and Contexts: Evolution and Opportunity | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Collaboration Technologies, Tasks, and Contexts: Evolution and Opportunity
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Approche théorique et historique de la collaboration via la technologie

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Open Your System Radical Inclusion

Slides from Pegasus Systems Thinking Conference Session 11.09
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Edmodo | About

Edmodo | About | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices.
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Creating a Culture of Collaboration for Your Team Members

Creating a Culture of Collaboration for Your Team Members | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
More and more in business, it is vital that you are effectively creating a culture of collaboration.
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InsideEdge - Technology Empowers Public Sector Collaboration Changes

Key Issues to Address

To enhance collaboration and improve integration of public sector service delivery, leaders must address a number of issues.


Social Networking and Collaborative Tools: 
Virtually everyone of the generation now entering the workforce uses social networking tools. Rather than shutting down these tools in the workplace, organizations need to better understand and embrace them. To proactively address privacy and security concerns, organizations can experiment with using social networking tools within pragmatic guidelines that will evolve along with the technologies.
Governance Frameworks: 
New governance frameworks based on collaborative networks must be developed and expanded to eliminate traditional vertical and horizontal silos. That is a vexing challenge for most public sector organizations, because accountability structures are entrenched and do little to support collaboration. Organizations need new thinking and mechanisms to transcend these boundaries.
Innovation Strategy: 
Just as the private sector is changing at a rapid pace, many approaches and processes that will be part of public sector service delivery in five years have not yet been invented. Public sector leaders indicated that they need to allocate resources to create an organizational culture that is positioned to respond to this future state and to undertake transformational change.
Common Technology Infrastructure: 
Instead of proprietary information systems that inhibit collaboration, all levels of government must move toward open standards and interoperability in their information technology architecture.
Business Process Standardization: 
Organizations can find efficiencies by reducing the vast number of unique business processes they use to several standard approaches and by selectively increasing the level of information integration. For example, Cisco cut the number of its internal survey processes from more than 50 to just a few, significantly enhancing the speed of their deployment, lowering the cost of their application, and increasing the comparability of their results.
Talent Management: 
Organizations must understand the differences among generations in the workforce and integrate these variations into business, technology, and talent management plans. Both enterprise-wide and localized approaches will be required to ensure quality service delivery. Organizations that take innovative action locally to meet specific requirements will fare better than those that always impose an enterprise-wide solution.
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The OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance - Partnership Studies and Guidelines

The OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance - Partnership Studies and Guidelines | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it

Nombreux pdf à télécharger :

 

Workshop sur le partenariat : excercices

http://www.forumpartnerships.zsi.at/attach/TND_00_G_HRDC_Partnership_Facilitator.pdf

 

What is a partnership

http://www.forumpartnerships.zsi.at/attach/TND_00_G_HRDC_Partnership_Handbook.pdf

 

Conférence Helsinki

http://www.forumpartnerships.zsi.at/attach/1TND_00_CD_OECD_Conference_Helsinki.pdf

 

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Des partenariats locaux pour une meilleure gouvernance

Des partenariats locaux pour une meilleure gouvernance | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Pour mieux répondre aux nouvelles préoccupations de la population et favoriser le développement durable, les gouvernements sont désormais en faveur d'un large partenariat avec la société civile et le secteur privé.
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Technology Will Make Collaboration Your Next Competitive Advantage | MIT Technology Review

Technology Will Make Collaboration Your Next Competitive Advantage | MIT Technology Review | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
New tools are changing the way people work with each other, their companies’ partners, and their customers.
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Collaborative software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Collaborative software or groupware is application software designed to help people involved in a common task achieve goals. One of the earliest definitions of collaborative software is 'intentional group processes plus software to support them.'[1]

The design intent of collaborative software is to transform the way documents and rich media are shared to enable more effective team collaboration. Collaboration, with respect to information technology, seems to have several definitions. Some are defensible but others are so broad they lose meaningful application. Understanding the differences in human interactions is necessary to ensure that appropriate technologies are employed to meet interaction needs.

Collaboration requires individuals working together in a coordinated fashion, towards a common goal. Accomplishing the goal is the primary purpose for bringing the team together. Collaborative software helps facilitate action-oriented teams working together over geographic distances by providing tools that aid communication, collaboration and the process of problem solving. Additionally, collaborative software may support project management functions, such as task assignments, time-managing deadlines, and shared calendars. The artefacts, the tangible evidence of the problem solving process, and the final outcome of the collaborative effort, require documentation and may involve archiving project plans, deadlines and deliverables.

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Communications and Networking Pictures - Free Images of Communications and Networking - Royalty Free Photos

Communications and Networking Pictures - Free Images of Communications and Networking - Royalty Free Photos | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Free and premium stock images of Communications and Networking. We have thousands of royalty free stock images for instant download.
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The New Working Paradigm: Collaboration, Technology and Information

The New Working Paradigm: Collaboration, Technology and Information | Collaboration & Technologie | Scoop.it
Leslie Allan summarizes IBM's global way of working report about leading organizations synthesizing new technologies with realtime information sharing and collaborative work practices.
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 The report categorizes these working practices using a three-way grid. In its simplest form, their model can be summarized as such:

Dynamic:

People can be identified and placed easily to work on current issues

Processes and rules are owned and automatically changed

Information is automatically sourced and delivered to those who need it

Collaborative:

People from within and without the business are involved in business improvement

Processes are easily understood and involve all in decision making

Information is discussed and evaluated

Connected:

People work across time, geographical and technological boundaries

Processes cross organizational boundaries efficiently and effectively

Information from multiple sources is captured in real time

Note how each element has three dimensions: People, Process and Information. It is the three dimensions together that make for effective work practices.

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