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Nothing Virtual About Virtual Distance

November 20, 2009 No comments yet

Today I had the great fortune to attend the Center for Information Management Studies (CIMS) program at Babson College.  I almost didn’t go – having just returned from the Enterprise 2.0 conference, I was feeling a bit “full” of talk on collaboration and technology. But luckily three things coerced me into attending. 1. The event […]

IAM Talking with Dan Pink: Here’s Johnny!

September 14, 2009 1 comment

While much of the work that we do is focused on the application of technology to business workers, we’ll depart from that theme in this interview, to address issues around personal development, team-based working, and the “strengths movement” coming out of Positive Psychology – along with the re-invention of the publishing industry in the form […]

American Manufacturing – Hidden Innovators?

June 30, 2009 21 comments

Several weeks ago, I spent 5 days in Portland, OR, most of that time spent working and learning along side a scrappy group of people from a ~150 person manufacturing company. The topics we were wrestling with? Innovation and creative problem solving. Now, these days, particularly in the United States, two dirty words/phrases are manufacturing […]

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