As a result of the article I put together over here in this blog a little while ago under the title ’The Home You Never Left’, and after a bit of a conversation going on in Twitter on the same topic, Anke Holst put together this rather helpful and very insightful piece under the rather suggestive heading … Continue reading Trusting People in This Social Age Is a Tough Job!
As I am about to enjoy my last day on vacation, since tomorrow morning I will be heading over to Orlando, Florida, to embark on the regular yearly pilgrimage trip to attend IBM’s event of events around the world of Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing and the Social Enterprise (Of course, I’m talking about the one and … Continue reading Want to Trust Your Employees? Give Them All Unlimited Vacation Days
Yesterday I put together a blog post where I tried to share some further insights on how if today’s current corporate world would want to survive in the 21st century, it would probably need to start thinking about how to bring back again into the workplace the fun factor. Today’s knowledge workers surely are becoming … Continue reading How Playing Games at Work Will Help You Build Trust for Your Business
Tags: Steve Rubel, Stowe Boyd, Anne Truitt Zelenka, Matt Hodgson, Stephen Collins, Relationships, Connections, Friendships, Virtual Teams, Virtual Communities, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Trust, Social Networks, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Computing, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Worker, Web Worker, Communities, Innovation I am sure that by now a whole bunch … Continue reading Friendships in the Connected Age: High Quantity AND Higher Quality – It’s All about Trust!
Tags: Emmanuele Quintarelly, InfoSpaces, Social Media, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Trust, Rawsugar, Respect The last couple of days have actually been incredibly busy at work so have been spending little time catching up with RSS feeds. However, there has been one particular weblog … Continue reading If You Are Serious about Social Computing Treat Your Customers The Way You Would Like to Be Treated – Trust and Respect!
Last week Jack Vinson (I am glad, by the way, to see he is back weblogging again after his vacation) shared one of the most comprehensive weblog posts that I have read in a long while around the always exciting topic of expertise location where he is actually shifting away from the traditional way expertise … Continue reading Expertise Locators on the Brain – Trusting the Experts
Over the weekend there has been some great commentary shared over at a weblog post I created on Friday under the title: Social Software in the Enterprise – Tacit vs. Explicit Knowledge and which I will be commenting through in the next few minutes. However, there was one of those comments, which was actually a … Continue reading Useful Distinctions in Social Software – Where Passion, Trust and Involvement All Meet
Over the last couple of weeks you have seen how in a couple of times I have been talking about the importance of social capital and trust in order to help organisations succeed in providing the value add not only to their customers but also to their own employees. Both social capital and trust are … Continue reading How Trust Builds Social Capital – Social Capital and Trust
Yesterday I created a weblog entry where I mentioned how crucial it is for teams and communities to realise the true power of both humour (having fun at work) and trust, specially, next to social capital, in order to create and sustain a healthy working environment for everyone to collaborate successfully with one another. So … Continue reading Virtual Teams – Establishing Trust Is Key to Successful Teamwork
Apparently, it does, but then again it may well be another myth that needs some busting when talking about the impact of remote / distributed work in shifting plenty of our mental models, behaviours and habits in terms of how work does happen nowadays. You see? Small talk hasn’t always had a good reputation. In … Continue reading Myth Busting – Does Office Small Talk Really Matter while Working Remote / Distributed?