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A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
A new way to define a productive worker
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A new way to define a productive worker

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This slideshow follow the excellent Meet Charlie from Scott Gavin. More to come.

This slideshow follow the excellent Meet Charlie from Scott Gavin. More to come.

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  • 1. A new way to define a productive worker [with Enterprise 2.0]
  • 2. This slideshow is intended to show what I think productivity is in Enterprise 2.0 environment
  • 3. He’s David …
  • 4. … and she’s Jessica
  • 5. David begins at 7am and leaves at 6pm… and his boss, really likes it that way His boss doesn’t care about what he’s doing… but he’s there !
  • 6. For Jessica and her boss, hours doesn’t matter, only results are important
  • 7. David lives for emails, he’s in his inbox more than 4 hours a day He has to answer instantaneously to each email
  • 8. Jessica uses the appropriate tools to get the right information at the right moment She can focuses on what’s really productive
  • 9. She’s using IM [instant messaging] if she wants instant answer
  • 10. … a wiki to archive what would be usefull for her team
  • 11. Jessica and her team are using a blog to make announcements
  • 12. … and they are all using RSS feeds to keep an eye on what’s happening
  • 13. David is always at his office He also often fake working
  • 14. Jessica use presence detection like Twitter to show everybody what she’s doing right now
  • 15. For David, information flows are hierarchical
  • 16. But for Jessica, lateral connexions inside and even outside the enterprise are mainstream
  • 17. Sharing is a real lever in her organization
  • 18. David gets recriminations when he’s surfing too much
  • 19. Jessica surfs on the web to understand the present and anticipate the future
  • 20. For David, reflection and long-term planning are the rule
  • 21. According to Jessica, everything changes very quickly , then she’s trying different projects and focuses on now
  • 22. They won’t all succeed, but some will be incredible
  • 23. Enterprise 2.0 made simple by Pascal Veilleux and Caroline Gagnon

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