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Together works! eCollaboration – what is it?

Since first crawling out of the primordial slime and starting to walk on its hind legs, mankind has depended on collaboration for survival. Families, clans, tribes, corporations, cities, countries and international bodies like the UN all serve the purpose of, and are dependent upon, collaboration.  Almost everything we do depends on collaboration. Almost any system, […]

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eCollaboration – story of the Scott Joplin group

It was all quite unexpected, but when it happened, it felt completely natural. There we were, all independent business consultants based in three countries. We had never met or heard about each other. Then we were each invited to join this new network called StrongTies[i]. Naturally, we were all curious, but the personal invitations meant […]

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How do you manage your information?

How to manage your information is becoming a bigger and bigger headache. Inside every organisation is a wealth of knowledge just bursting to get out and be shared; with quite a lot of inside people’s heads. This can be fine while they are still there, but you know how it is, someone leaves,  and their […]

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Using ecollaboration for innovation

Innovation is a vital ingredient in raising the productivity, competitiveness and growth potential of every organisation that wishes to survive in today’s fast moving economies. A key part of Innovation is the successful exploitation of new ideas. These can be ideas for products, services or processes. It includes both radical new ideas and incremental changes […]

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