If collaboration is essential in today's world, why is it sometimes so difficult to actually implement? Why do many organizations spend huge amounts of time installing expensive collaborative solutions only to find that employees don't use them? Dynamic Collaboration shows how leaders can harness the power of Web 2.0 and use it to tap into the collective intelligence of their organizations.
Based on their years of experience helping organizations of all kindsboth private enterprises and government agenciesthe authors offer practical advice to help readers choose the right tools to facilitate collaboration and integrate them into the existing tools that employees are already using so that there is a seamless transition between working independently and working collaboratively. The book shows how leaders can ensure that no one outside the organization has access to privileged information and those within the organization have appropriate clearance.
|Publisher:||Third Bridge Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Ray Schwemmer is president and cofounder of CollabraSpace, which focuses on making it easier for people to communicate in their work environment. He has over twenty years of Internet technology experience in large system design and development, project management, sales, and marketing. He holds both a BS in computer science and an MBA from Drexel University.
Rick Havrilla, chief technology officer and cofounder of CollabraSpace, has over twenty years of software development experience. He holds a BS in computer science and applied mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and an MS in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: What We Have Here Is a Failure to Collaborate||1|
|Chapter 1: Understanding Secure Enterprise Collaboration||15|
|Chapter 2: Plugging into Your Existing Architecture||29|
|Chapter 3: Why Collaboration Is a Service||43|
|Chapter 4: The Collaboration Experience||55|
|Chapter 5: Breaking Down the Walls||77|
|Chapter 6: Collaborating across Social Networks||93|
|Chapter 7: Building a Richer Knowledge Base||105|
|Chapter 8: Maintaining Security in a Collaborative World||119|
|Chapter 9: New Directions in Collaboration||141|
|Chapter 10: The Future of Collaboration||153|