|July 17, 2014|
|The Disconnect in Connecting the Workplace|
|By Brian Solis|
|There's a lot of talk about the future of work...
Technology is indeed connecting us in ways that improve communication, discovery and connectivity. The world is becoming a much smaller place as a result. Chances are that you are connected in one network or another to people in at least 12 other countries. Although social networking and smartphones are relatively new as a staple in the everyday life of adults and kids, how we as consumers use these networks and devices is outpacing how we as employees use technology in the workplace. Over time, how we make decisions as consumers, what we come to expect from the companies that we do business with, and simply how we want to work with them is shifting the balance of power away from today's business models to the connected masses. [...]
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|Matt Cutts Talks About A Typical Day In Spam-Fighting|
|The latest "Webmaster Help" video from Google is an interesting (and long) one. Google webspam king Matt Cutts talks about a day in the life of someone on the webspam team. [...]|
|Join Zuckerberg In Reflecting On Your Time On Facebook As It Turns 10|
|Today marks Facebook's tenth anniversary. Mark Zuckerberg has posted some thoughts on the last ten years, which began with going out for pizza with some friends, and sharing how excited he was about launching [...]|
|Google To Writers: Don't Upload Articles To Directories|
|Google has put out a new "Webmaster Help" video advising webmasters and writers against submitting articles to online article directories. It's been pretty well-known that Google isn't incredibly fond of these types [...]|
|Every Company is a Cloud Company: The Relationship Between Technology and the Future of Business|
|People first. That's where this discussion begins. My guest on this episode of Revolution is NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson. For running one of the leading companies in the cloud business software game, Nelson is among the more grounded and sincere technology executives I've sat down with in quite a while. We didn't discuss innovation, speeds [...]|
|The Benefits of Building, Joining or Growing a Mastermind Group||Matching Marketing Technology to Business Strategy: A Starting Framework||Are You Removing Friction from Collaboration|
|Anyone who has read Napoleon Hill's often cited business classic, Think and Grow Rich will be familiar with the business use of something called a Mastermind Group. Hill's book recounts how many successful business people rely on a small, tight-knit group of advisors to help them build their businesses. [...]||As you may know, I'm working with Scott Brinker of Chief Martech blog fame and Third Door Media on the MarTech marketing technology conference set for August 19-20 in Boston.* [...]||When it comes to collaboration, friction is not a good thing either from a behavioral of from a technological standpoint. Imagine your collaboration effort is a equivalent to a skater gliding along the ice, every time you add a point of friction you basically make the gliding motion harder and harder to achieve until you get to a point where you're trying to skate on concrete. [...]|
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