Editor’s note: A look at how the internal crowdfunding of ideas has worked at IBM.
Editor’s note: You may not think of putting IBM and mobile together, but you should as this article explains.
Editor’s note: More future gazing this time from IBM. It might be hard to imagine, but IBM scientists see cognitive computing as the future and that means computers that can think.
Editor’s note: IBM’s new report, The Business of Social Business: What works and how it’s done, looks at social business projects across 1,000 companies from a wide array of industries. Find out how companies are using social business and what is working for them.
Editor’s note: A look at IBM’s 16 year intranet journey and how it has moved from a ‘consumption’ model to a ‘participation’ model. Lots of useful stats and links in this article too.
In his talk on collaboration in the enterprise, IBM’s Luis Suarez told Meaning Conference delegates…
IBM has just announced it is to buy talent management software company Kenexa, a step…
Editor’s note: And so we see more consolidation as big tech players buy their piece of the talent management market. IBM has bought Kenexa, a purchase which follows the likes of SAP buying SuccessFactors. Talent management tech vendors, by their very nature, provide tools for learning and development. Does this mean a continuing focus on the one size fits all ‘learning solution’?