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Hacking for Massachusetts Clean Energy

I got involved on a personal level with Code for Boston because it struck me as way to bring a new dimension of innovation to Massachusetts’ clean energy sector.

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Posted in Collaboration, Efficiency, Energy, Innovation, Solar

“Destination Collaboration” – Stillborn?

Organizations don’t collaborate because it’s just too hard. Is it because “destination collaboration” is a failure?

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Posted in Blogroll, Collaboration, Email, Marketing, Tales From the Road, Uncategorized

Where do social networks go from here?

In the December 1 NY Times, Andreas Stavropoulos, the Draper Fisher Jurvetson (VC of Skype and Hotmail fame) managing director who led the investment in, raised a valid issue: “We’ve been looking at this overarching question of where does

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Posted in Blogroll, Collaboration, Energy, Marketing, Tales From the Road

Is there a Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle for Collaboration?

At a recent collaboration conference in Boston, I listened to various users, vendors and consultants talk about implementing enterprise collaboration systems. A lot of the focus was on how technology tools can improve the flow of business processes; simple HR

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Posted in Blogroll, Collaboration, Email, Marketing, Workflow

Collaboration Before Email: Has anything changed?

A long time ago (though not in a galaxy far, far away), I worked as a research analyst for a venerable global management consultancy (the original “The Firm”). It was my first job out of college and public electronic mail

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