The Era of Continuous Collaboration

We are entering the Continuous Collaboration era.  An era that will deliver applications, services and platforms enabling all of us to collaborate seamlessly between and across both our personal and work lives. Today, we increasingly find ourselves using the very same consumer and personal cloud services that help us organize our personal lives, to help […]

Unlocking Value of Realtime Conversations & Relationships

Originally posted September 17, 2009 In 1999, Doc Searls, David Weinberger and Chris Locke released The Cluetrain Manifesto outlining a number of insights on the rise of the internet, its ability to empower individuals and the impact it would have on business.  The subtitle to the book declared “the end of business as usual”. The introduction to the book […]

Nike+ Fuelband

  There is new, untold value when offering innovative experiences for users that help them monitor, analyze, share and shape behavior.  

Cooperation Flows

I've posted before of the shift toward conversations and relationships within the enterprise and how new value and productivity would come from flow based collaboration apps. I believe the enterprise is: Being redefined around people – not tasks or processes Improving productivity by unlocking people's conversations and relationships – not focusing on transactions Delivering new […]

Frames and the Personal Cloud

Forrester's Frank Gillett recently published a new report on the growth of tablets titled "Tablets will rule the future Personal Computing Landscape" Of specific interest to me was Frank's view on how tablets and a new form of personal computer they call "frames" will interact with the personal cloud. "We predict a new form of […]

Human Behavior as the start of Social Design

Jenn Webb interviewed Paul Adams in prep for Web 2.0 Expo scheduled for later this month.   The interview is well worth a read. You should also keep an eye out for Paul's forth coming book titled "Social Circles" (I've already pre-ordered).    One of many interesting quotes from Paul's interview includes:  "Our (mobile) phone, or whatever we carry […]

Dare to Share in the Enterprise

From the Socialcast Blog: