• Sep. 29 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Famous collaborations - feature one How the US won the space race

In April 1961 teams at NASA were reeling. The Soviets had put the first man in space. Yuri Gargarin became the first cosmonaut to go into space on April 12. During the years of the cold war, supremacy in every area was critical for both the US and the USSR.

 

 

  • Sep. 24 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Collaborative cities can be great cities

The concept of Connected Citizens is not new. It’s gone through multiple iterations over the years as to what it means. 

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  • Sep. 16 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

The social intranet – a place to incubate your organisation’s innovation

Intranets since their inception have been through a number of iterations, which initially saw the launch of employee document repositories and gradually became a dumping ground for employee information, evolving into the self-service space around areas such as HR, among others. 
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  • Sep. 3 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

The intranet – a place where documents go to die!

This definitely defines the intranet of old which was a place where documents, thought important to staff, were uploaded. It was really about one-way communication more than anything. The days of the document storage type intranet are over. It’s critical for organisations to have interactive, collaborative and engaging intranets. Here are my top five reasons;

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