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Work Ethos, Purpose, and Productivity

by Social Business Strategist on Mar 25, 2013

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Enterprise 2.0 Summit 2013 presentation on Work Ethos and Purpose, as what comes next, after Expertise, and Collaboration. We need the systems to help organizations understand each person's purpose, ...

Enterprise 2.0 Summit 2013 presentation on Work Ethos and Purpose, as what comes next, after Expertise, and Collaboration. We need the systems to help organizations understand each person's purpose, if we really want to engage employees and gain productivity

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  • rawnshah Rawn Shah, Social Business Strategist Scott, I think the authoritarian move they made is a special circumstance: they were too vague, and people simply did not work with each other very well (or at all) for some degree of shared purpose. Forcing them into the office is an austerity strategy that can't be held for long. Eventually, as they see common ground, they may find it less a need to be all in the same place. 1 year ago
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  • rawnshah Rawn Shah, Social Business Strategist I think leadership that can seek out to both encourage individual purpose but also bring them together into a shared purpose will find new ways to gain productivity. This is not just a management directive but also one for employees to seek each other's purpose out and see how to build common ground and shared purpose. Individual efforts only go so far, but together in small scale and common purpose they can get much further. This challenges the notion of doing things at large scale all the time; the larger the scale the less the individual (productivity-driving) purpose as we try to reach the lowest common denominator of needs. So, the challenge is to find ways to get away from always focusing on Large and very large scale of effort. Concentrate on small and very similar shared context. 1 year ago
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  • scottlaningham Scott Laningham, Technology blogger/podcaster; video producer at IBM Nice presentation, and I'd love to hear the audio that goes with it. Interesting to consider with some of the stirring around Marissa Mayer's directive that everyone go back to the office at Yahoo. Without a deep consideration of the ideas in your presentation, I would think such authoritarian moves will fail to generate any long term positives. 1 year ago
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  • rawnshah Rawn Shah, Social Business Strategist Thank you folks. I will try to get the audio of the session also up sometime which really explains it much better than the visuals alone. 1 year ago
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  • hudali15 Ali Anani, PhD, Managing Partner at Phenomena Communications Hi Rawn, I agree with the comment of Gordon. It expresses my views aand I am in full agreement with this comment. Interestingly, I published a presentation almost 3 days ago 'Fractal thoughts on Management' here on SS and I highlight the need to have a clear purpose. Great work. 1 year ago
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  • valawebg Gordon Vala-Webb, Principal consultant at Dynamic Adaptation Very nice adaptation of the Levy & Murnane info. So, over time, work is changing. Its also interesting that, as cities get larger they get more productive - but not organizations. The answer is a change in leadership (which can drive 'purpose'), the use of social networking platforms within organizations, and the simplification of organizational life. For more see: http://www.slideshare.net/valawebg/building-smarter-organizations 1 year ago
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