A lot of business communication is still “off-the-record”. That has dramatic downsides in lack of transparency, reduced options to synchronize and communicate, and less common ground for decisions. This blog post wants to encourage you to reduce “off-the-record business communication”. It’s about your bottom line.
With our Linchpin Mobile app, we want to give our employees as well as our customers’ employees the ability to collaborate and communicate no matter where they are, or which time zone they’re in. Currently, Linchpin Mobile is in beta. Do you want to learn more about it?
To encourage direct feedback in software development, Atlassian is constantly extending the capabilities of pull requests in its Git repository management system, Bitbucket Server. The new release 4.11 supports iterative reviews, which allows the development team to discuss the code changes in the context of a single pull request.
It’s no secret that I hate WhatsApp, and love Telegram as an instant messenger. Because I keep getting asked “Why?”, I’ll try to explain some of my reasons in this post.
I spend about five minutes on internal emails each day – at the most. Many emails don’t even come from …
Large corporations are like separate universes, and work differently to “normal” companies. If you are an intranet pioneer in your company, seeking to improve digital collaboration and improve the effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and trust with a modern social intranet solution, the following tips and recommendations should help you lead a social intranet project.
Steffen Opel, Managing Director of the software company Utoolity GmbH, uses draw.io extensively in his company and was kind enough to provide us with a testimonial: What advantages does draw.io offer compared to other solutions?
When new employees open their laptops, the first thing they see is the company intranet. For many, the intranet is their trusty companion in the digital workplace. The familiarity and reliability of intranets make them very useful for onboarding.
Corporate communication that gives off the outward image of “corporate culture 2.0,” yet still insists on “company culture 1.0” internally, will inevitably run into contradictions and resistance – and eventually fall apart. Frank Hamm explains why.
As the popularity of intranets increased, and with it the involvement of more departments and sections within company, it was clear to see who owns the intranet, with respect to the structure and content of the intranet. But, who really owns the intranet?