Editor’s note: OK, it is by Yammer about Yammer but nonetheless a good look at how Olympic Travel Ambassadors used the network to stay in touch and share information.
Editor’s note: Education focused but this article highlights some useful tools and the issues around group collaboration online.
Editor’s note: Can L&D teams learn from collaborative approaches to writing fiction? This article looks at how authors and fans use technology to collaborate as well as emerging collaborative models of writing.
Editor’s note: Video-conferencing vendor Polycomhas unveiled a wide-ranging portfolio of new software, platform enhancements and hardware. A notable new feature allows the user to transfer a video call from a tablet to big screen with the swipe of a finger, and use the tablet as a remote control.
Editor’s note: Vendor Peoplefluent launches a range of new products to support enterprise collaboration and engagement.
Editor’s note: Some interesting insights and analysis into how social tools could be better used in corporates based on Jane Hart’s latest list of the top 100 tools for learning.
In his talk on collaboration in the enterprise, IBM’s Luis Suarez told Meaning Conference delegates…
Editor’s note: A useful list that includes: Loosecubes, Treehouse, Trello, Lift.do and Fonolo.
Editor’s note: A Yammer for college students? Aside from the tech itself, which will be worth a look, this is the type of collaboration tool students will be ‘used to using’ when they hit the workplace. Ready?
Editor’s note: Researchers from the McKinsey Global Institute lift the lid on the potential value to business of social technology – and that is the potential to vastly improve collaboration, communication and learning.