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My Top Three Posts for September

Posted by on October 5, 2012

I’m going to have a regular column for InformationWeek (The Brain Yard) on everything related to enterprise collaboration.  I’ll have around two articles there a month and will of course to continue to post here regularly.  I’m actually going to try to increase the post frequency on Social Business Advisor going forward.  I have a lot of topics and issues that I would like to cover!

Having said that here are the top 3 posts for September:

Managing Information: Email Vs a Collaboration Platform

We all use e-mail, it’s a big part of our lives and how we communicate with our co-workers and peers but that doesn’t mean it’s the best or even the most effective way.  I take a look at a few differences between how e-mail and a collaboration platform can help manage the information flow and improve communication and collaboration

What Collaboration Can and Can’t Fix

Oftentimes business leaders struggle understand why collaborative tools and strategies are actually needed for their enterprises.  This post looks at some of the common collaboration problems that organizations are faced with today and helps provide something a bit more tangible.

Collaboration Strategy: Avoid The Online Dating Syndrome

This was one of my more favorite posts to write.  I look at the comparison between online dating and collaboration.  A stretch I know but if you read the article I promise it isn’t as crazy as it sounds!  Basically in the online dating world we come across many situations where people misrepresent themselves and the same is true in the world of collaboration.  Many organization’s say that want to become collaborative and engage and empower employees yet the reality is that they don’t do enough to support and encourage these initiatives.  It’s a fun yet revealing post.



  • Thanks for sharing, Jacob. This is some pretty good stuff; I just picked up the thread from Mark Fidelman