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A New Wave in Collaboration

  I recently invested an hour and a half of my time watching a video of the announcement of Google Wave to developers at the Google IO Conference, and I have to say it was one of the best uses of my time in recent memory. When it debuts later this year, Google Wave¬†will truly […]

Maybe You Tweet, But Will You Yammer?

Related to my earlier post about using Twitter as a workgroup collaboration tool, enterprise solutions are also emerging, tailored to the needs of a corporate environment. Yammer is one example. With much of the look and feel as well as the functionality of Twitter, it offers a simple way for companies (or any workgroup for […]

Twitter for Teams

By now, nearly every one knows something about Twitter, even if they aren’t using it themselves. The uses of Twitter are evolving rapidly and in a year, we may be seeing uses no one has yet dreamed of. But even now, uses are emerging that can benefit those of us concerned with human performance beyond […]

Leading Virtual Teams

As a follow-up to my Twitter post of a few days ago, I ran across an interesting article in Training magazine¬†about using social media to lead virtual teams–a phenomenon that is gaining popularity for a number of reasons. Most of the consulting work I do is with people I’ve never met face to face. Last […]