Posts Tagged ‘Future Workspaces’

Social media products

Based on our experiences with doing workshops to discuss the social media landscape and facilitating experiments to gain hands-on experience with these tools inside organizations, we are now developing three concrete FWS products around social media:

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Connecting Professionals with Social Media – Presentation

The Dutch architecture forum held a symposium on Web2.0 in the Enterprise. As part of the programme, I talked about our experiments with using Twitter to increase cohesion in business teams. Although we performed only two proper experiments, the evaluation questionaire and workshop yielded some interesting outcomes:

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Rabo Unplugged klantcase: gebruikte methodes

Tijdens de Rabo Unplugged klantcase zijn verschillende methoden toegepast. Hieronder staan de verschillende methoden op een rij, om een beeld te geven van onze aanpak.

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Focus! The call for singletasking

As we described in this blog post, one of the key challenges for modern knowledge workers is being in flow: reaching the mental state needed to get work done for which concentration is needed. This

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Is e-mail and document sharing not good enough?

In the current economic state of the world it is not easy to get organizations to experiment with innovative tools to support knowledge work. Very rightfully, they may ask: “So, why are our current tools – e-mail and file sharing on a network drive – not good enough?”. The challenge lies in explaining how innovative […]

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Challenges for the nomadic worker: In Sync, In Touch, In Flow

Last Friday on Elmine’s unconference we had some inspiring discussions on how our way of working and the tools we apply has affected our lives. This triggered me to finally start writing a series of blog posts on what we in Future Workspaces consider to be the main challenges for nomadic workers: being in sync, in […]

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