In their blog in Harvard business Review, on The Enterprise Value of Social Software, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown talk of – a reduction of 21% in average- time-to-issue-resolution, a key operating metric that drives the company’s financial performance, Similarly, one of a leading manufacturing company’s business units reduced the hours required to ensure Sarbanes Oxley compliance by 61% through the targeted use of social software.… Read the rest
Andy McLoughlin Co-founder and EVP Strategy at Huddle says – “Rather than being a self-contained unit, today’s enterprise is an increasingly fluid network of customers, partners and suppliers”
This trend in today’s enterprise, he says, is fueled by Collaboration tools that are removing the communication barriers between organizations.… Read the rest
Who are these wise guys telling us not to agitate?
Who are these people telling us not to take sides?
Who are these people reminding us of the institutions of democracy and supremacy of the parliament?… Read the rest
Like any other infrastructure, collaboration infrastructure goes through – creation-maintenance and renewal cycle (not just of the software but the underlying and overlying systems)
Like any other infrastructure, collaboration infrastructure is multiple layered.… Read the rest
We have gathered feedback and testimonials from CXOs and Delegates who had participated in the 2nd Collaboration Retreat 2011 about how they perceived the event, suggestions for improvement, what they expect to see in the next Collaboration Retreat, etc.
The 1st Collaboration Retreat 2010 organised by Mithi was a success. Twelve CIOs and over 50 delegates from diverse organisations took time out to be with us and participated whole-heartedly in the Golf Clinic, CIO Speak session, panel discussion and Dr.… Read the rest