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Foucault via John Hancock

Endless Knots

His home, the Old State House, is in the heart of old Boston, about a stone's throw from Fanueil Hall. " ** Post on distinctions in virtual teams came from the interviews I did to prep for this conference. Posting picture big to convey how it feels to stand by it.

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The "you never know" principle

Endless Knots

Soon thereafter, Don said we had to meet his son, David , who lived in Boston and who was doing work with similarities to ours. Tags: Boston Virtual Teams Clients Me Writing Publishing Networks and Networking Collaboration Books Coincidences Web 2.0

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Why Social Networking Can Mean Serious Business for Your Virtual Teams

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Read about Guided Insights blended facilitation services and our Bridging the Distance Webinars for more about fostering greater collaboration among your teams, whether face-to-face or virtual. Reflect your team demographics when choosing the best social networking tools.

Enterprise 2.0: Leading Collaborative Teams

Endless Knots

Thus, we've convinced two of our favorite colleagues, Virginia Adamson from Volvo IT and Mike Prevou from Strategic Knowledge Solutions to schlep to Boston and hold forth with us. Each is doing different but related things to make it easier for distant teams to work together.

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Bioteams and the beliefs of high performing teams

The Bumble Bee

Team Beliefs are the fuel which can really energise or kill team effectiveness. Unfortunately this is often the most neglected aspect of a high-performing team initiative. In this article I remind people of the key beliefs of high-performing teams. In a earler article, The seven beliefs of high performing teams , I suggested that members of High-Performing Teams (HPTs) share a common set of beliefs. The major output of the 3 teams was software products.

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How Twitter Changes Everything at Enterprise 2.0

Endless Knots

conference next week here in Boston, I, of course, had no idea what would transpire in Iran a few months hence. Moderator - Jessica Lipnack , CEO, NetAge Jessica Lipnack writes, speaks, and consults about collaboration. Co-author of six books, she is an expert on virtual teams, networked organizations, and social media. He has over 25 years consulting experience in business uses of new media. Speaker - Patti Anklam , Independent Consultant, Net Work.

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Endless Knots: "Getting to We"

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Endless Knots Recent Posts Local boy makes good.pickles and makes the NY Times "No texting at the taaaa-ble" or at Selectmen meetings Oldie but goodie: "CompuServes Intranet Forum" Boosting Productivity through Virtual Collaboration - webcast Light on Lumière Will someone please make me a sandwich.board?

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Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Jeffrey Stamps and Jessica Lipnack - Decide to Network

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Four networks make up the enterprise: - Organizational network and working network (public) - Knowledge networks and social networks (private) Whenever things are not working well, use these common network principles: Purpose (Why), Nodes (Who) , Links (How) , Time (When) Key virtual team behaviors, based on the common network principals. We have to learn together how to work in the new virtual teams.

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Getting to Know Collective and Collaborative :: Personal InfoCloud

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Trust Quotes #5: Neil Rackham Trust and Virtual Teams The Difference Between Wrong and Illegal The Trust Reader Volume 4 Trust Quotes #4: Peter Firestein on Trust, Character and Reputation How to Soft Sell a Hard Drive Too Big to Trust? The Path of Redemption Leads to Trust The ROI of Business Friendships The Trouble with Buying Processes Madoff: Investment Fund, or Virtual Reality Game? I Think Therefore I am a Consultant: Not!

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