Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | June 19, 2020

Mike Taylor

Ripple – The Big Effects of Small Behavior Changes: How small behavior changes can have wide-reaching effects in the real world with Jez Groom and April Vellacott. Miro: the collaborative whiteboard platform for distributed teams.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. Within a few years, the word “social” may seem as cliché as “synergy” feels now.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

He says, “A big benefit for us is that SabreTown is effectively creating a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populate with their own information.” Within five years, I predict, the word social will seem as cliché as synergy feels now.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. Within a few years, the word “social” may seem as cliché as “synergy” feels now.

Miro 40

The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. Within a few years, the word “social” may seem as cliché as “synergy” feels now.

Miro 40

The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. Within a few years, the word “social” may seem as cliché as “synergy” feels now.

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