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IBMers sound off on ways to work, new and old
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Eric Mack    

I recently found two especially interesting things in my feed reader. One was Volker Weber's post on "How to empty the Trash in IBMverse.com" (especially the comments on it). The other was Nathan Paul's post on IBMers who are concerned about being switched to Verse and losing their current way to work — saying things like "it would be catastrophic."

It's been very interesting, watching the reactions to the "new way to work" unfold.

Read Nathan's post here.

I'm curious: for you, what would truly constitute a "new way to work?" What would be the result of it? What would a product have to do or be to enable a truly new way to work?

I know some smart, thoughtful people read this blog, and I look forward to hearing from you!

Originally posted on Notes On Productivity

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http://www.notesonproductivity.com/ica/nop.nsf/dx/ibmers-sound-off-on-ways-to-work-new-and-old
May 27, 2015
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