Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Sociale media in normaal Nederlands [Dutch]

Woensdag 28 april heb ik op het Syntens event Groeien met Sociale Netwerken een presentatie gegeven “Sociale media in normaal Nederlands”. In deze presentatie probeer ik in normale woorden (en beelden) uit te leggen wat met de term “sociale media” bedoeld wordt, wat we zien gebeuren en wat dat voor ondernemers kan betekenen. Dus niet […]

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Improving Team Effectiveness

For teams to work together effectively, a series of boundary conditions have to be met. Based on our own experience and combining a few existing models, we have in Future Workspaces come up with a model for team effectiveness. We use this model to analyze how well a team works together and to advize where […]

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Method: bias storm

The bias storm is a method we apply at the start of collaboration, when the people who have to collaborate come from different backgrounds, cultures or organizations. The method aims to get prejudices they might have about the other in the open. Talking about these prejudices helps to understand the other and clears the road […]

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To Wave or not to Wave

After days of anticipation and checking my e-mail, the Google Wave invite finally arrived. Hurray! Of course I watched the video’s before and read Robert Scoble’s comment that Wave is overhyped, but I wanted to testdrive it myself… My first impression is actually not that good: I have recently compared a series of tools for […]

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