Category Archives: collaboration

Online collaboration in the workplace – thoughts and concerns

I had a mixed day yesterday at the Online Information conference, which is excellently led by Steve Dale. The good bits were the sessions I attended and the chance to meet up with good friends, old and new. The less … Continue reading

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The problem with the intranet

I sometimes think there are a few too many of these infographic things floating around, but I thought this was a really interesting one! Via the SocialCast blog.

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Here comes Noot – the public sector social business tool

I’ve written loads in the past about the importance of using social technology in the workplace, especially in the public sector. It’s great for tearing down silos, sharing knowledge, making the most of talent, completing projects successfully and maybe making … Continue reading

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How can technology support public sector collaboration?

Last week’s webinar went fairly well, I’d like to think. You can judge for yourself by watching it below – it’s split up into two parts, probably because I talk too much. To be able to read the slides it’s … Continue reading

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If place is a system, let’s make it an open source one

This is a post that has been brewing for a long while, so sorry if it smells a bit. The basic concept hit me during FutureGov‘s excellent CityCamp London event, and keeps reoccurring as I have chats with people and … Continue reading

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