For our presentation at OD Network 2012, we described ways to understand and build productive online collaborations within enterprise or networks. Solvable is one of the companies trying to shift the direction of online collaboration away from an exclusive focus on the technologies, and towards the human side of collaboration.
This presentation shares some of our thoughts in the anatomy of online collaboration, and tips for how to ensure these collaborations are successful. We feature specific technologies that are blending in-person organizational development methodologies with the unique capabilities of the Web. We include a BP case study based on peer literature to demonstrate how the marrying of technology to a major cultural change initiative can realize the collective potential of the enterprise.
Mentions: British Petroleum (BP), Michael Goold, David G. Victor, Joshua C. House, Daniel Pink, Harvard Catalyst, UCSF Virtual Home, Google Drive, Public Forums/Evolition Decisions, Maestro Conference, Brightidea, Spigit, Skild, Napkin Labs, Innocentive, Ashoka Changemakers, GE Ecomagination Challenge, GABV, Ayogo, SisterMatch, DiabetesSisters, Yammer, Chatter, MailChimp, Google Doodle, Facebook, Linux, Vanessa DiMauro, Leader Networks, Tekara