Oliver Marks

Oliver Marks consults and advises with on international digital business strategy, previously ran HP's Global Digital Enterprise Transformation team, managed the Sony PlayStation 'WorldWide Studios' collaboration and workflow environment, and has worked with the American Management Association, Sun, Docent/SumTotal Systems, Harvard Business School and McKinsey & Company. Oliver has dual US/UK citizenship, speaks at various conferences and on the occasional webinar. He is based in San Francisco. His personal site is www.olivermarks.com.

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Cult of leadership

Cult of leadership

Enterprise leadership is often out of touch with innovation, collaborative processes and the levers for success: 'Car Guys vs Bean Counters - The battle for the soul of American Business' by Bob Lutz encapsulates much of what is wrong

September 9, 2011 by in CXO

Changing Times in the HR World...

Changing Times in the HR World...

Like accountancy software and spreadsheets, HR Technology has been around as long as business computing. Recruiting, payroll, tracking work time, performance appraisals,  employee benefits administration, managing training and learning and performance reviews and records...

July 28, 2011 by in Enterprise Software

Cults of Personality

Cults of Personality

The conventional wisdom about personally leveraging the 'social' web has been the idea that  promoting your attributes and sharing ideas will make you more visible online, and therefore attract more business success or job offers.

July 18, 2011 by in Enterprise Software

Google's Social Network++

Google's Social Network++

Google's pivot from search to social technologies occurred last week and my early impressions of their new service Google+ are very positive, particularly around their efforts on allowing you to group your contacts. The giant global advertising company have many years experience analyzing your search and email history, and often display eerily accurate recommendations contextually based on your past online activities and threads.

July 3, 2011 by in Enterprise Software

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