Tag Archives: Collaboration

What HR Can Learn From Timehop’s Work-from-Home Experiment

The CEO of Timehop, an app development team that helps you create a photo album for the digital age, recently tried out something new and innovative. In the middle of a blustery New York City winter, Jonathan Wegener sent all of his employees home with instructions to work remotely, preferably from warmer locales. While some
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Three Uncomfortable Truths That Can Derail Your Organization

A previous HR & Talent Management article, “Millennials in the Workforce: Separating Fact From Fiction,” was based on an IBM study that dispelled five common misconceptions regarding the behaviors, habits, and expectations of working Millennials. However, the second half of IBM’s groundbreaking study, “Myths, Exaggerations and Uncomfortable Truths,” reveals that workers from every generation feel
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Measuring Collaboration for Success

Human beings are social animals, which should lend itself well to collaborative situations — particularly in the workplace.  Not so, says Stephen Willis, Ph.D., speaker and author of the Power of Collaboration book series.  “If an organization is not hanging together well, it’s going to come out on the bottom line — something really bad
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Web and Video Conferencing Come Together to Power up Virtual Learning

This week analyst research firm Aragon Research published its 2013 Globe for Real-time Collaboration covering the latest market trends in web and video conferencing.  Saba was recognized as a Leader for its secure, scalable and global real-time cloud with engaging mobile, social learning and HD video capabilities. The research note points out that the movement to integrate
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