Posts Tagged ‘business’
Appreciative Inquiry is a particular way of asking questions and envisioning the future that fosters positive relationships and builds on the basic goodness in a person, a situation, or organization proponents. In so doing, it enhances a system’s capacity for collaboration and change
Today’s article page release tightens the author-audience relationship and furthers our effort to build a scalable content-creation engine of individually branded journalists, authors, academics and other qualified contributors
Lewis DVorkin, Forbes
We are democratising an age-old model for raising business finance by empowering the ‘crowd’ to pool small amounts of investment money and give Britain’s start-ups a much needed boost
Posted May 28, 2011on:
I read somewhere recently that the central task of management is to reduce unnecessary communication – white noise that slows people and organisations down. It follows that in this compilation of stats from Tiffany Maleshefski, decision-makers give increased productivity as the most important criterion for judging the success of mobile apps in their enterprises.
Infographic from Zengage, The Zendesk Blog