By Joyce Davis IBM Collaboration Solutions community manager
On Tuesday's community webcast, we had some inspiring community member spotlights by Matt Collins, VP of Marketing for IBM Collaboration Solutions and Mitch Cohen, Manager of Messaging and Collaboration with Colgate-Palmolive. Next, Marc Pagnier and Fernando Salazar gave an abbreviated version of their Lotusphere presentation: Take Your Social Business to the Cloud with IBM Sametime and IBM Connections. Be sure to check out the files and replay below.
Video viewing times: 00:00 - 3:30 - Intro 03:30 - 13:15 - Community member spotlight: Matt Collins 13:15 - 21:00 - Community member spotlight: Mitch Cohen 21:00 - 24:30 - Community news 24:30 - 1:02:39 - Main presentation on taking social business to the cloud
Put Your Talent First and the Future Will Work Itself Out
Wed, Dec 17th 2014 8:15a Colleen Burns There’s a reason why 71 percent of the workforce is unhappy and tuned out. It’s that companies treat their talent like they are an afterthought, a means to an end. A lack of meaningful work and recognition coupled with rigid work structures have basically turned today’s workforce into The Walking Dead.
When we focus on the professional and personal needs of our talent, we can better align our people with the work that satisfies their aspirations while driving [read] Keywords: collaboration
Dead Eyes See No Future (of Talent)
Thu, Dec 11th 2014 4:12p Colleen Burns "The real issue is not talent as an independent element, but talent in relationship to will, desire, and persistence. Talent without these things vanishes. Even modest talent with those characteristics grows."
- Milton Glaser
The future of work is such a wide-open issue. With so many perspectives, ideas, and "guaranteed" predictions out there one might assume the next few chapters of the world of work have already been written.
But one important piece has been left out of the story.
[read] Keywords: collaboration
Beyond the Everyday
Wed, Dec 3rd 2014 11:17a Colleen Burns This year IBM ConnectED sees an exciting new track with "Beyond the Everyday.” The concept behind the track is to showcase great ideas that set the pace for what can be done when extending IBM's technology. What differentiates this track is the inclusion of other technologies, leaving standard deployments behind and really seeing what people are achieving when they think broader than an IBM-only world.
Of course, we are looking at a wide range of topics in these sessions, suc [read] Keywords: collaboration
5 Reasons People Get Swamped by Their Email
Wed, Dec 3rd 2014 6:11a Colleen Burns Ah, email. From subject line to signoff to send, it makes our work lives infinitely easier. Right? Not necessarily. Our inboxes taunt us with their growing counts of unread messages. One misstep on the keyboard and we’ve shared a Mardi Gras invitation with the global team. And our most important files have a way of falling into the Bermuda Triangle.
I have the same relationship with email that most people do. Fortunately, our developers have found a way to ease everyone&rsqu [read] Keywords: ibm
#20Questions with Amanda Savitzky
Tue, Dec 2nd 2014 2:15p Colleen Burns Meet Amanda, UX Designer and Researcher for IBM, who spends her days in the Austin Design Studio re-imagining how we design our products and solutions. Recently Amanda has been focusing on re-thinking something that has essentially remained the same for over 20 years: email! Get ready to learn everything from what Amanda is responsible for with IBM Verse to where she gets her design inspiration from (hint: it may be you!) [read] Keywords: connections
Reciprocity Is Now Possible—for the First Time—on a Massive Scale
Tue, Dec 2nd 2014 7:11a Colleen Burns Reciprocity Advantage is a strategy for embracing disruption with the right partners to make your company a far better leader than if you try it alone. Reciprocity and advantage are words that are not normally seen together, but reciprocity—giving now in order to get later—will become a normal part of winning in the future.
In our book, we outline the future forces that will disrupt the next decade and show you how to harness them to grow your business. The book is divi [read] Keywords: ibm
Make Coding Social to Get Kids Hooked
Mon, Dec 1st 2014 7:12a Colleen Burns In the push to get kids interested in computer science, a lot of ideas are getting thrown against the wall to see what sticks. Online courses have their place, but many efforts miss one critical element, particularly when it comes to attracting girls and underrepresented minorities. And this critical element is pretty simple: peer collaboration. Kids are much more likely to succeed at programming if they do it with their friends.
A great way to make this happen is by joining groups like Cod [read] Keywords: collaboration