Euan Semple calls for us to avoid commodification by being more creative, more inquiring. It still leaves open the question of how that can be achieved in a world of standardization, automation and the relentless pursuit of process.
If your social networks become active and productive enough, it is not inconceivable to begin to reshape your organization to reflect changing patterns.
In the latest in his series of articles, Euan Semple looks at people and their behaviors in the workplace and asks how they impact adoption of social tools in the workplace.
Technology is about people and change and what you want to do with the tools rather than seeing them as an end in themselves.
Despite huge disruptions in the wider world, we still seem stuck in the workplace. Euan challenges the status quo.
In this last of his four part mini-series, Euan Semple makes the case for broad yet deep conversations as the enabler of lasting change.
Authenticity is an important topic because it is instantly recognizable. It's the way we sort fake from reality, cruff from the good stuff. Euan deconstructs what it means to be authentic
In the second of his mini-series that asks inconvenient questions, Euan Semple questions whether the company imposed intranet really is where work gets done. What do you think?
In a doomsday scenario, Euan Semple asks what, if anything have vendors learned about software that helps people get work done?