Tag Archives: collaboration

Being good at work

Lovely post from Stephen Hale: I think the culture and tools of social networking can go a long way to improve how people manage and share knowledge inside an organisation, and increase individuals’ productivity at work. Lots of people could … 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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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Clay Shirky Says Good Collaboration is Structured Fighting – "Large collaborative projects aren't, in fact, large collaborative projects according to Shirky. They're small collaborative projects with tight groups, that integrate … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. 2011 London Social Business Summit – Great content from this event. Introducing South West LocalGovCamp #swlocalgc « Carl’s Notepad – This should be a good one! ’100 million comments a … Continue reading

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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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