How communities can supercharge your business, brand, and teams.
How do we retrain people in the new knowledge economy where information handling and management is in high demand?
Put simply: we overvalue the things we either created ourselves or had a role in creating.
Every organization, community, and family has difficult people in them.
What does bioscience innovation, sustainable pet food, and Shark Tank have in common? Ryan Bethencourt, that’s who.
There is one clear thread through Kate’s career: providing more efficient and better access for innovators, no matter what background they come from or what they want to create.
Jono Bacon seeks to discover the driving forces behind his guest’s thinking and approach.
Faceless strangers may get significant value out of the community (such as finding answers to their questions), without ever needing to sign up.
A career is really a series of fortuitous events glued together and the more events you can introduce, the more opportunities can manifest.
We need a solution that is automatic, contextual and incentivized.
Most people want authentic human engagement.
Some years back I shared a room with my friend Pete Graner and was amused by how much crap he packed into his bag. Despite my mild mockery, whenever anyone needed something, Pete got pinged.
“It’s like when you read High Fidelity. You read about yourself, these pathetic men, you’re, like, “Oh, wait, that’s me.””
Real elegance is in delivering the same level of detail as in the mind of the observer, but in a way that feels simpler than expected to the observer. This results in delightfulexperiences.
Problems in an organization often set in when employees and contributors feel that they no longer have the ability to have a level of influence—and thus, their work feels more mechanical, is not appreciated, and there is little validation.
Team members should be able to collaborate together with ubiquitous access, from anywhere, at any time.