We are only beginning to understand the power digital networks can bring to opportunists: individuals and groups can overpower the best of business intentions with corrosive behavior and exclusive digital silos
Real world collaboration strategies and tactics for enterprises.
Oliver Marks provides seasoned independent consulting guidance to companies on effective planning of business strategy, tactics, technology decisions, roll out and enduring use models that make best use of modern collaborative and social networking tools to achieve their business goals. He is technology agnostic and focused on helping end users obtain maximum value with forward thinking business strategies and associated technology investments and integrations.
Autodesk, academia, and coming-of-age firms like Stratsys and Organovo are all collaborating on an incredible new dimension on creation with programable materials.
Aggregating personal data is getting harder as digital social fragments, and Twitter spam isn't helping.
Yahoo's command and control move of all employees back onsite may be a pyrrhic victory: Bricks and mortar economics don't add up now that the epicenter of modern firms is the screen you're reading this on.
The cross currents of different digital use models have often tended to cancel out the effectiveness of company wide initiatives so far, and superficiality is increasing the challenges
Rimini Street's 3rd-Party Software Maintenance & Support model could be the catalyst that completely changes the face of future enterprise software
The future direction of technology needs rests more and more with clients and their ad agencies of record. A showdown is looming between the giant hi tech and and advertising industries...
Negative viral infection of social networks is an increasing issue: digital cliques can calcify into silos inside companies, and sophisticated communicators can be a force for good or bad.
Is there too much reliance on software to lead businesses into the future? Strategic thinking should arguably come from within firms, not as purchased generic techniques & enabling tools.
The cult of me continues...data from a survey of US freshmen shows increasing perceptions of being 'above average': Are they deluded or the greatest generation?