Jive Report Finds More and More Employees are Collaborating at Work
Enterprise social collaboration is now mainstream, with a majority of employees in a third of all corporations using such solutions.
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Tom Calvard from Edinburgh University Business School analyses different ways we can work together.
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Collaborate to Grow Says Deloitte Global CEO Barry Salzberg
We live in a connected, collaborative economy driven by an always-on access to information at the tip of our fingers through our mobile devices and shared through social media.
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Top employers encourage collaboration
Pride in the company’s product, along with an easygoing and collaborative work environment, put McAfee Canada on the top employers’ list.
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Some of the key themes that were revealed through finding
- Culture is seen as critical to business success worldwide—outranking even strategy and operating model in importance.
- There is a disconnect between the way companies see culture and the way they…
It’s not just the bulk toilet paper and $1.50 hot dog combos.
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No single challenge has been greater for me as a leader than learning how to take better care of the people I lead, and to create a safe, supportive space in which they can thrive. Like most men I know, I grew up with very little modeling around empathy — the ability to recognize, experience and be sensitive to what others are feeling.
Empathy proved especially difficult for me whenever I felt vulnerable. My instinctive response was to protect myself, most often with aggression. I equated aggression with safety, and vulnerability with weakness. Today, I recognize the opposite is often true. The more I acknowledge my own fears and uncertainties, the safer people feel with me and the more effectively they work. But even now, I’m amazed at how dense I can sometimes be.
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