From earliest childhood, we all love story time. We beg our parents for bedtime tales (as much to postpone "lights out" as to hear the stories, of course); we look forward to story hour in kindergart...
We've all heard of the Viennese doctor who saw certain parts of the human anatomy every time he came across an oblong or hollow object. He is now largely discredited, of course. Many also know about h...
Trade associations and professional societies are wonderful industry or profession collaborations and deliver high value to their members. After a decade and a half, speaking at association and societ...
There is this tidbit from my favourite blogger. She (http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com/2004/06/competition-vs-collaboration.html) compares which is better between competition and collaboration. Colla...
An intranet is a network that is generally used within an organization to facilitate the sharing of information among users. The advantages of an intranet are wide spanning, from relaying the ethical ...
I recently gave a presentation at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design on a topic entitled "Is creativity management an oxymoron?"The essential confusion to people resistant to the idea of ...
For most businesses, motivating effective teamwork can come as a significant challenge. Differing personalities, skills, attitudes, opinions, roles, and backgrounds can all affect the outcomes of coll...
When Linda Rink and I started this joint newsletter I began to look at everything differently.Initially, I collaborated with Linda because I knew it would be much easier to launch an e-newsletter with...
Experience in research and developing the research website has enables Web researchers to model collaboration and connection. The aim of this is to connect all the research that each person has done w...
Collaboration might be important, but it isn't always easy. It certainly isn't often painless, quick, simple or seamless. More often that not it means reinventing the wheel, dealing with frustratio...