Tagged Culture

The Ability to Lead Remote Employees Will Become the Next 2.0 Skill

Winter Olympic fever has enveloped my beloved city of Vancouver, but I’ve managed to take a break from the action to opine about an issue that clearly needs more than a mere blog post to help modify or even evolve. Whether small, medium or large in size, organizations have been or are set to grapple…

Micro-Blogging is Good for Leadership, Good for Your Culture

Inside the organization, a dilemma now exists and is rapidly taking shape. Employees want to connect with one another. Reasons are plentiful, including but not limited to the following: Increasing job demands > less time to get it all done Global workforce redistribution > 24 hour clock syndrome Cross functional – cross pollination projects >…

It’s Culture, Leadership and E2.0 … or fail

Over the last several months, at the job that actually pays me, I’ve been on somewhat of a soapbox speaking, writing, blogging, yammering about the link between culture, leadership philosophy and Enterprise 2.0 technologies. In summary, as we shift to a new decade replete with Moore’s Law in abundance, we need to recognize that yesterday’s…

Social Net-Work-Life Balance

Seeing as it’s been almost 3 years since I’ve been with the likes of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (at various entry dates) I thought it would be interesting to analyze my own personal / professional network to understand if any trends might be occurring. Secondly, I’m using this analysis as a basis to personally reflect…

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