Earlier this summer a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit explored the skills required of recent university graduates, and whether they were entering the workforce with those skills or not.
This is part of our series of Solutions Spotlight blog posts demonstrating custom solutions that can be built within HighQ Collaborate using the iSheets module.
Last year one of the more bizarre stories of the summer emerged, with news that a site had been created to help parents to name their baby. Of course, such sites are plentiful on the web, but this one was different in that it would essentially crowdsource the whole affair.
For much of medical history, the physician has held all of the cards when it comes to information and knowledge. You would go to the doctor and more often than not have little information to accompany you, and little choice but to blindly follow whatever your doctor told you.
Investment funds come in numerous shapes and sizes. Mutual, pension, hedge, ETF and the list goes on.
Maps have been tapping into insights from the crowd for a little while now. Collaborate.org is one of the more adventurous attempts. The project, which was launched at the Future in Review conference last year aims to bring geospatial data to the masses via over 2 million different data layers that can be overlaid on top of maps.
We are going to USA in August on a for a 2 week trip for business development and investment. We will be meeting customers, new prospects & some investor meetings with venture capital firms.
Car insurance does come across as one of the more obvious applications of the sharing economy model that has taken so many industries by storm.
Businesses; jobs and the workplaces are changing faster than ever before. Skills which were considered 'hot' until yesterday are no longer considered even special today.
The sharing economy has undoubtedly been a tremendous boon for the efficient utilization of our resources. Whether it’s our homes or our cars, a plethora of businesses have sprung up that have offered us the potential to rent out our unused, or under-used, things to others.
I love podcasts. Or rather, I love producing stuff, creating stuff. What often lacks is a purpose, a goal, a topic. Writing blogposts is one of the channels where I can explore some creativity, use my brain and puny talents to produce something...
Open innovation has been around for over a decade now, and it’s easy to fall into the trap of believing that the metrics involved in it are rather straight forward. I mean there is often a very clear output that comes from the process, so you can easily subtract the costs from the benefits to get an ROI, right?
What is the purpose of your intranet team?
How many people should you have in your intranet team?
Use of social media in the workplace is becoming something of a tired debate, but a post I made recently highlights how it is one that still needs to be had. It highlighted how executives still regarded social media usage at work as something of a time waster, although they themselves tended to use it far more than their employees.
We’re way beyond the point where the world debates whether customer loyalty marketing works, which makes it a good example of a broader theme.
A number of surveys and studies in recent times have highlighted the importance of managing complexity to success in the modern world, whether as an individual or an organization.
The iSheets real estate portfolio management solution is a platform where you can host all of the information about your properties (or a client’s properties) in one place.
Back in 2012 the annual IBM survey of CEOs from around the world revealed that managing complexity was the biggest concern executives had. It revealed how CEOs are looking to better connect and collaborate – inside and outside the organization – to meet the staggering complexity of the challenges their organizations are facing.
Interaction Intranet Conference #IIC14 is once again shaping up to be the best intranet conference in the UK and something you definitely don’t want to miss out on if your role involves looking after your company’s intranet.
There is a sense in much of the social business movement that the various digital tools and enterprise social networks that vendors sell are the panacea for great collaboration. Indeed, there is almost a perception that collaboration can’t occur unless you’re using these tools.
A recent survey published by McKinsey found that companies from around the world are re-investing in digital projects again. What’s more, much of this growth in investment is coming directly from the top, with the report revealing how CEOs are often the ones driving the digitization projects.
Using video to promote the launch or relaunch of a new intranet is a great way to gain exposure and engage employees.
That the sharing economy has blossomed in recent years is hard to dispute, with a growing number of industries being disrupted by a sharing economy entrant into a marketplace. The growth in the sharing economy as a whole has encouraged a number of niche players to emerge that are targeting sub-sets of markets that there more established peers have gone after.
Is your intranet being used frequently amongst your employees? Have you managed to get your least technology savvy employees on board and embracing your intranet in their everyday activity?
The enterprise social collaboration market has mushroomed in recent years, with estimates that it is already worth several billion dollars a year. Whilst such a bounty has encouraged a wide range of entrants into the field, one that has stayed out, perhaps understandably, has been Amazon.