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Collaboration Posts/Books etc - Research

Teaching an Anthill to Fetch: Developing Collaborative Intelligence @ Work : Stephen James Joyce

Amazon.com: Teaching an Anthill to Fetch: Developing Collaborative Intelligence @ Work (9780978031206): Stephen James Joyce: Books

Seven steps to successful organizational collaboration | ZDNet

Summary: Collaboration expert, Dr. Graham Hill, describes practical steps to help your organization become collaborative and successful. In my experience, effective collaboration is the ultimate key to running successful IT projects. The limitations and boundaries of information silos, misunderstandings, and other Devil's Triangle problems often dissolve in the face of healthy collaboration.

Collaboration: The 10 principles to apply before investing in collaboration tools

Companies need to develop their collaborative capabilities before implementing collaboration tools, explains Graham Hill. Collaboration is a hot topic in business today. Companies are recognising that effective collaboration is critical to future business success. Many are hoping that if they just buy collaboration technology, a miracle will happen, and they will become collaborative companies.

Growing Up Naked in Public - The History of Triberr ...

End of year signals time for reflection. So I figured I would compile a list of milestones that led us here. Here we go. It's been a roller-coaster year for Dan and I. Very much "against all odds" tale of two unlikely protagonists fighting for equality in the blogosphere.

Co culture: co-create, collaborate, share ...

They are concepts that are increasingly linked to the world of business and they are opening a world of possibilities for companies that want to design new services. This is a new culture that completely changes the way value is created.

Each interaction adds to the final customer experience, and that is why the more we have first hand information and points of view, the closer we successfully design services you really need or are waiting for our client.

Enterprise Gamification: How Gamification will Make the Social, Collaborative Dream a Reality

By Josh Greenbaum on January 5, 2012 I've been working in the interactive gaming and gamification industry for over four years now, first as the founder of a now-defunct start-up focused on developing interactive training games, and most recently as a hands-on catalyst for enterprise gamification.

Unleashing Crowd Power, Part 1

Part one of a five part guest posts series,"Unleashing Crowd Power", by Michal Hudecek. User experience is being given a lot of attention recently, especially in consumer product industry. Saul has covered a lot of similar topics on this blog including gamification or community building.

Unleashing Crowd Power, Part 2

Part two of a five part guest posts series,"Unleashing Crowd Power", by Michal Hudecek. General web directing principles described in the previous article apply to crowdsourcing projects without any exception. However, in case of crowdsourcing, thought process of a contributor has a specific pattern, which can be further analyzed.

Unleashing Crowd Power, Part 3

Part three of a five part guest posts series, "Unleashing Crowd Power", by Michal Hudecek. In the series, we have already covered general web directing principles and specifics for crowdsourcing projects. In this part, you will find out more about motivation forces that drive people in crowdsourcing projects.

Unleashing Crowd Power, Part 4

Part four of a five part guest posts series,"Unleashing Crowd Power", by Michal Hudecek. Motivation wheel concept as a framework for attracting contributors to your crowdsourcing projects has been described in the previous article. We will use it to show you how famous crowdsourcing projects gained their contributors.

Gamification for Kids, Collaboration for Grown-Ups | Ledface Blog

Should crowdsourcing tools and environments use gamification and consider the use of extrinsic rewards? Sure. At a cocktail party, before trust and collaboration develops, you must create a favorable setting and let people find each other. We all do play social games in society, there is no reason it wouldn't be useful in virtual places.

Collaboration: How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity, and Reap Big Results (9781422115152): Morten Hansen: Books

Amazon.com: Collaboration: How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity, and Reap Big Results (9781422115152): Morten Hansen: Books

How to Make Collaboration Work: Powerful Ways to Build Consensus, Solve Problems, and Make Decisions

Amazon.com: How to Make Collaboration Work: Powerful Ways to Build Consensus, Solve Problems, and Make Decisions (9781576751282): David Straus, Thomas C. Layton: Books

Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships

Amazon.com: Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships (9780060742515): James W. Tamm, Ronald J. Luyet: Books

The Power of Collective Wisdom: And the Trap of Collective Folly

Amazon.com: The Power of Collective Wisdom: And the Trap of Collective Folly (9781576754450): Alan Briskin, Sheryl Erickson, Tom Callanan, John Ott: Books

Craig Hamilton: Come Together

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