Social Task Management – When Social Business Got Down to Work – #e2conf Highlights

6 thoughts on “Social Task Management – When Social Business Got Down to Work – #e2conf Highlights”

  1. Thanks so much for the shout-out, Luis. Thanks also for the blogging and live-tweeting you do to help share the educational content of conferences.

    – Mary

    1. Hi Mary, you are most welcome! Happy to oblige for the massive piece of hard work you keep delivering on live blogging keynotes and breakout sessions when most folks just can’t event get their tweeting going! Phenomenal, indeed, is the right word to describe, and rather privileged myself to enjoy your friendship and all of those wonderful insightful blog posts you keep sharing along!

      Take good care and already looking forward to the next one! 😀

  2. Social management is getting so popular and I think this is the right trend in general as we should take care of the people who work hard. i am very happy that now we have many tool that can make us work smarter e.g Comindware task management tool.

    1. Thanks for dropping by! Indeed, we are just facing the perfect atmosphere and working environment where we can put to work all of those social networking benefits we have been enjoying for a few good years already on the open Social Web. Now it’s time for us to show and demonstrate to the business world how we could benefit from these interactions just as much to conduct business and get our work done! I know, easier said than done, but no-one ever mentioned it was going to be easy, right? That’s what fighting the good fight is all about, I guess 🙂

  3. As i often say, the age in which collaborating was an alternative to ‘the real work for which i am paid for’ is over. People are bored of ‘loosing time’ on mail and who owns the companies is tired to see his people loosing time on neverending mail chains.

    Collaboration must become the better way to do our own daily job. Otherwise it will not fit in the cirrent tough econony.
    The real power that modern collaboration has stands in the fact that it allows people to do their typical daily boring tasks in a NON ISOLATED way: the network of people and knowledge that one has established is there, on the same ‘screen’, to help the individual doing his tasks better!

    In this way collaboration is going to transform the way people work. The ‘social aspect’ is what differentiates the savvy person from the others in executing the same practical daily boring tasks that are delivered to him by the underlying SOA and BPM infrastructure.

    So ii fully agree and enthusiastically embrace what you wrote my dear Luis!

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