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Social Networking: Make It Personal

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Darin Hartley

One of the core principles of social networking systems that is so appealing is the level of personalization they enable. Both off-the-shelf and internally developed social networking systems offer multiple ways to personalize the user experience, from simple automatic ... More »

Microsharing: A Powerful Way to Connect

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Tony Bingham

Humans have conveyed short messages, long with meaning, for as long as 40,000 years. Smoke signals have traversed the airways. Expressive quips filled the Seinfeld show. At all stages and ages, we move forward in small bursts of communication. Some people just dont noti... More »

The Cost of Bullies in the Workplace

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LaShanda L. Blissett

Knowing that executives are concerned about productivity and cost savings is crucial for any performance improvement practitioner who might conduct analysis and discover workplace bullying is a root cause of performance problems within an organization. The term bullying... More »

What Is the New Social Learning?

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Tony Bingham

To understand social learning, we must first understand social media. Social media is a set of Internet-based technologies designed to be used by three or more people. Its rarer than it sounds. Most interaction supported by technology is narrowcast (one-to-one), often w... More »

The Wall Is Down: How Integrating Work and Life Makes Better Organizations

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Frederick A. Miller

Back in the old daysabout 20 years agopeople were discouraged from taking care of personal issues at work. At the same time, they were expected to just do their jobs, without making decisions or brainstorming better ways to do things. Both of those mindsets are long gon... More »