All posts tagged: People & Culture

Real voices about the collaborative mindset

I recently ran a one-question Quick Poll asking people: What are your biggest, toughest challenges today? It turns out the top challenge is how to cultivate a collaborative, cooperative mindset. Then I set up a brief crowd-sourcing initiative on a Google doc asking people to share more from their real life experiences. What follows are extracts from the conversations along with my own observations. > Humans are lost in the digital conversation. We need to get back to basics.

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Your toughest challenge today? I asked 112 people around the world.

Digital workplace, digital transformation, organizational change, all valid subjects and important ones. However, I feel our industry is communicating too much theory and not enough operational and workable ideas today.  We need to focus more on the H O W. I ran a Quick Poll this month, asking people what their toughest “how challenges” are. The results surprised me.

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Key Findings ‘Organization in the Digital Age’ 10th Edition

Competing priorities is at the top of the list of challenges for many organizations when defining their digital transformation strategies. One of the goals of this report is to provide data, analysis and case studies that will help organizations prioritize and identify criteria for strategic decision-making. 18 key findings are explained below. (First published in November 2016.).

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Working out loud not yet the norm

…… Part of The Basics series. First published in August 2016 …… For the first time, in this 10th year, I looked into working out loud. You can download a copy of Dennis Pearce’s thesis (University of Kentucky) Developing a Method for Measuring ‘Working Out Loud‘ (immediate pdf download) published in 2014. You read the blog of John Stepper, author of Working Out Loud (published in 2015). You can simply do a search on the internet “working out loud” or search Twitter using the hashtag #wol.

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Demographics and Digital Workplace Maturity

…… Part of The Basics series. First published in February 2016 …… I’ve been asked at least a hundred times which countries are the strongest in digital workplace maturity. People always ask about their own country. Many assume that the US is more advanced than Europe, Northern Europe more than Southern Europe, and so on. I have always hesitated to give my opinion based on my firsthand experiences and decided it was time to look at some data and see if there are some answers or maybe just some points to think about. First I’ll start with some basics.

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