Oliver Marks

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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.

Oliver Marks professional work is defined by an objective viewpoint of the broad spectrum of vendors and options available to his clients and readers of this blog. Oliver provides an impartial perspective of vendors and is focused on contractual affiliation with end user clients in order to select appropriate solutions. As such he has no business relationships with the companies or services he recommends. The opinions, concepts and views put forward in this blog are solely those of Oliver Marks.

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Job hunting in the socially networked era

Job hunting in the socially networked era

Being active on social networks and demonstrating your subject matter expertise will help make you visible in modern recruiting apps like Jobvite, which are rapidly gaining traction in forward thinking companies

April 4, 2012 by in CXO

The State of HR Tech

The State of HR Tech

A pre Enterprise 2.0 Conference conversation with HR Technology expert Bill Kutik, discussing cultural shifts for Human Resources professionals in a rapidly changing global business world

November 2, 2011 by in CXO

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

Filtering, curation and familiarity

Filtering, curation and familiarity

There's a world of difference between empty containers and spaces and full ones, and software is no exception.The materials we create as we work together accumulates rapidly and can quickly become clutter, filling up containers and clogging up the communication pipes.

May 14, 2011 by in CXO