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Transformation 2020: Instrumental Tools for the Future – The PLLIP Summit

The 2020 PLLIP Summit is set to kick off on Friday, July 10 th .  For the first time ever the Summit will be presented as a virtual event.  While over the past several months, we all have experienced and possibly, over experienced Zoom, WebEx, Google Hangouts, and FaceTime, the Summit promises to be an unforgettable experience.  We asked each speaker to provide some insight into what you can expect from their session.  Keynote Address: Reinventing the Modern Law Firm From Information...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Innovation, Collaboration, Facetime, Conferences, Pll, Thompson Reuters, Alycia, Ari Kaplan, Jeremy Sullivan, Power of Practical Innovation, Competitive Intelligence Analytics DLA Piper LLP, Alycia Sutor, PLLIP


The Millennial Workplace Is Coming – Will Managers Be Ready?

The workplace is changing, will you know how to handle it? Image Credit: Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash As all managers have probably realized by now, the millennials have arrived. That younger generation of workers are moving into the office at the same time that the baby boomers are starting to move out. The arrival in force of this new type of worker is going to cause some fundamental changes to occur in the workplace. As a manager, you need to have the manager skills to be r...
Tags: Google, Tools, Technology, Workplace, Wikipedia, Future, Careers, Management, Tech, Change, Mobile Apps, Culture, Collaboration, Workspace, Platforms, Millennial


The “new normal” paradox: What COVID-19 has revealed about higher education

Everywhere you turn, the idea that coronavirus has brought on a "new normal" is present and true. But for higher education, COVID-19 exposes a long list of pernicious old problems more than it presents new problems. It was widely known, yet ignored, that digital instruction must be embraced. When combined with traditional, in-person teaching, it can enhance student learning outcomes at scale.COVID-19 has forced institutions to understand that far too many higher education outcomes are determined...
Tags: Technology, Education, US, America, Harvard, United States, Williams, Yale, Innovation, Equality, Collaboration, Michigan, Berkeley, Dick Cheney, Asu, Personal Growth


4 Important Team-Building Lessons Every Leader Should Know

One of the key metrics to gauge your success as a leader is how well you’re able to get your employees to work together as a team. That’s why in this latest Leadership Espresso Shot edition of my podcast, Leadership Biz Cafe, I share 4 lessons on successful team-building inspired ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Leadership, Communication, Collaboration, Growth, Recent Posts, Leadership Biz Cafe, Team-building


Cape Privacy launches data science collaboration platform with $5.06M seed investment

Cape Privacy emerged from stealth today after spending two years building a platform for data scientists to privately share encrypted data. The startup also announced $2.95 million in new funding and $2.11 million in funding it got when the business launched in 2018 for a total of $5.06 million raised. Boldstart Ventures and Version One led the round with participation from Haystack, Radical Ventures and Faktory Ventures. Company CEO Ché Wijesinghe says that data science teams often have to d...
Tags: Startups, TC, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Cryptography, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Collaboration, Machine Learning, Cto, BoldStart Ventures, Cape Privacy, Haystack Radical Ventures, Faktory Ventures Company


What’s the Secret to Strong Leadership?

Guest post from Alain Hunkins: Over the past two decades, I’ve worked with thousands of teams, and tens of thousands of leaders in twenty-five countries around the world.   I’ve worked with every industry you can think of, as well as some industries you probably don’t know exist. On the surface, each team and company’s situation and issues were unique. However, over time, I started to see patterns emerge- patterns of behavior.  It’s been said that success leaves clues, and ...
Tags: Leadership, Microsoft, Communication, Collaboration, Connection, Alain, Dan McCarthy, Alain Hunkins, Wal Mart Pfizer Citigroup IBM General Motors


15 Collaboration Tools for Remote Teams (That Aren’t Slack)

Today, with so many employees working from home, maintaining productivity in an office requires tools that can connect teams through voice, chat, and video. Slack rules the roost as a top team collaboration software, but it’s far from being the only reliable one. Dozens of team collaboration tools have recently gained popularity. Some of them offer similar functionality to Slack and may even be better at some tasks; others are sorely lacking in utilities to help a team get organized. To help tho...
Tags: Google, Google Drive, Microsoft, Sales, Collaboration, Skype, Slack, Trello, Asana, Zoom, Operations, Carrot, Basecamp, Young Entrepreneur Council, Skype Skype, Stephanie Wells


Engaging online learners 1

Photo by Steve Wheeler Engaging learners can be difficult in any context. Engaging them in online environments can amplify the problem. You're not in the room to intervene, and behaviour management is much more of a concern when you're separated from your students. It's not as if you can run down the corridor and bang a few heads together. All you have is your voice. And perhaps your social presence, if you know how to invoke it. From my experience in traditional classrooms lack of...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Wiki, Online, Collaboration, Engagement, eLearning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, International Journal of Educational Technologies, Gunawardena, Warburton Eds Social Software


What should schools teach? Now is the moment to ask.

The coronavirus pandemic has left many at an interesting crossroads in terms of mapping out the future of their respective fields and industries. For schools, that may mean a total shift not only in how educators teach, but what they teach.One important strategy moving forward, thought leader Caroline Hill says, is to push back against the idea that getting ahead is more important than getting along. "The opportunity that education has in this moment to really push students and think about what ...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Children, Youth, Future, Computers, Teaching, Innovation, Collaboration, Community, Hill, Future Of Learning, Caroline Hill


Facebook launches Collab, a mix-and-match app for making collaborative music videos

Facebook’s internal R&D group, NPE Team, is rolling out yet another new app today called Collab after having just launched a new group audio calling app, CatchUp, on Tuesday. With Collab, the focus has now returned to video, and specifically, the concept of watching, mixing, and matching original videos together, beginning with music. In Collab, creators can either record their own musical arrangement or swipe to discover arrangements to build a composition, or a “collab.” While there are some e...
Tags: Travel, Social, Facebook, Apps, Spotify, Video, Music, Digital, Social Media, Ios Apps, Collaboration, Musicians, Collab, NPE Team, Instagram Facebook Stories, TikTok Dubsmash Triller


LIVE AT 2 PM ET | Lead your team toward collaborative problem solving

Add event to calendar In this Big Think Live session with Keith Ferrazzi, moderated by Bob Kulhan, Ferrazzi will dive into management and leadership methods, explaining what it means to "lead without authority." How can we rethink the organizational structures that keep us in unproductive silos and learn to build true teams instead? How can we be more emotionally intelligent in meetings? And, as an exclusive for Edge subscribers, Ferrazzi will teach a lesson on collaborative problem solvin...
Tags: Work, Business, Leadership, Learning, Education, Success, Teamwork, CMO, New York Times, Innovation, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Starwood, Deloitte, Personal Growth, Keith Ferrazzi


Lead your team toward collaborative problem solving

In this Big Think Live session with Keith Ferrazzi, moderated by Bob Kulhan, Ferrazzi will dive into management and leadership methods, explaining what it means to "lead without authority." How can we rethink the organizational structures that keep us in unproductive silos and learn to build true teams instead? How can we be more emotionally intelligent in meetings? And, as an exclusive for Edge subscribers, Ferrazzi will teach a lesson on collaborative problem solving. Keith Ferrazzi is the f...
Tags: Work, Business, Leadership, Learning, Education, Success, Teamwork, CMO, New York Times, Innovation, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Starwood, Deloitte, Personal Growth, Keith Ferrazzi


Merck Outlines COVID-19 Ambitions With Buyout Deal, Collaborations

Merck exited the holiday weekend with some fireworks of its own, announcing three major programs on Tuesday all related to investments in finding ways to treat and prevent COVID-19.The Kenilworth, NJ-based pharma giant said it had inked an agreement to acquire Austrian vaccine developer Themis, which has a COVID-19 candidate in preclinical development; develop another investigational vaccine with nonprofit IAVI, which also has a candidate in preclinical development; and develop and commercializ...
Tags: Deals, Florida, New York, Trends, Merck, Collaboration, M&a, Biotech, Life Sciences, Licensing, Kenilworth, IAVI, National blog main, New York blog main, New York top stories, Merck NYSE


Fireside chat with William Tincup & Randy Womack of Socrates

Fireside chat with William Tincup & Randy Womack of Socrates Those of you that know me, know that I love talking about the candidate experience and in particular the micro experiences or moments that make up the candidate experience. I strongly believe that we need to give MORE thought and action to the experiences our […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Trends, HR, Collaboration, Human Resources, Fireside Chat, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, Socrates, Blog Posts, Candidate Experience, HR Tech, William Tincup


How can agents collaborate in the time of coronavirus?

A group of agents took their support group to Zoom during coronavirus to provide an opportunity to connect with one another in an uncertain time.
Tags: Opinion, Service, Radio, Collaboration, Agent, Zoom, Collaborate, Select, Agent Support, Coronavirus, Zoom meetings, Agent collaboration, Aime Quirarte, Video challenge


Covid-19 pandemic offers municipalities rare opportunity to restore trust

Local government and councillors have largely failed to deliver services and on their mandate because of a lack of will to do their jobs, corruption and a shortage of people with skills The post Covid-19 pandemic offers municipalities rare opportunity to restore trust appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Local Government, Collaboration, Inequality, Citizens, Openaccess, Top Six, Participatory Democracy, South Africa (country, COVID-19 pandemic, Councillors, Constitutional Democracy, Lost in Transformation, Sampie Terreblanche


Box makes quick decision to add new collaboration capabilities in face of pandemic

When the shutdown began six weeks ago, the powers that be at Box sat down for a meeting to discuss the situation. They weren’t in the same room of course. They were like everyone else, separated by the virus, but they saw this as a key moment for Box as a company. They had been talking about digital transformation for years, trying to help customers get there with their cloud content management platform, and this was a pivotal moment with millions of employees working at home. Box CEO Aaron L...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, SaaS, Collaboration, Box, Content Management, Aaron Levie, Levie, COVID-19


Embracing collaboration in the midst of scarcity

Many of us would probably say that we and our businesses operate in a world of scarcity, where my gain is at my competitor's expense. That's why it's so refreshing to read a story like this one from FastCompany, Why we opened our pandemic-born delivery platform to competitors. Despite the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program there are going to be countless businesses that never reopen. Some of them could probably be saved if that segment's business community worked together, rather than in oppositi...
Tags: Books, Business, Maryland, Competition, Collaboration, Community, FastCompany, SBA, Scarcity, Joe Wikert


Būjin on spitting ‘Weird Venom’

Dani Kyengo O’Neill has just released her first solo single. It’s a mantra. An anthem. A daily devotion. A queer prayer. Listen to it The post Būjin on spitting ‘Weird Venom’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Article, South Africa, Collaboration, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Friday, Esa Williams, Independent Artist, Bujin, Electro Music, Redbull Studios, Weird Venom, Worldwide FM show, Dani Kyengo O'Neill


GM exits car-sharing business and shuts down Maven

GM’s experiment with car-sharing is over. The automaker Tuesday said its Maven car-sharing service, which launched in 2016, will shut down for good. Maven had paused service due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company sent an email to customers Tuesday that after examining the business, the car-sharing industry and COVID-19, it decided to shutter the service permanently. The Verge was the first to report the story. The car-sharing service has struggled for months and long before COVID-19 upende...
Tags: TC, Transportation, New York, Washington, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Smartphone, Chicago, Automotive, Mary Barra, Gm, Collaboration, Getaround, Detroit


Why savvy business people build relationship capital

Relationship capital is one of the most overlooked facets of doing good business, says investor and entrepreneur Daymond John. Savvy entrepreneurs know that digging into the relationships that they've nurtured for 5, 10, or 20 years is what pays the best dividends. That doesn't happen passively. You must build your reputation and take great care to be authentic in your interactions, says John.Relationship capital is symbiotic and becomes a network. When two parties genuinely look after each othe...
Tags: Work, Relationships, Friendship, Entrepreneur, Success, Investment, Personality, Innovation, Collaboration, Personal Growth, Trust self, Daymond John Savvy, John Relationship


How to support your business — and your community — today

If you're pivoting your business to connect with others and serve now — you're already building a stronger base for future business. Here are a few more ways to strengthen your strategies and plant seeds of kindness in your community.
Tags: Technology, Social Media, Service, Radio, Collaboration, Agent, CRM, Zoom, Webinars, Select, Back To Basics, Missy Yost, Theme-month-202004, BomBomb, Serve your community


Be a better leader: Knowing the dangers of ‘yes men’

One of the potential dangers of being a successful leader is that the people around you stop challenging your decisions, no matter how bad or wrong they may be.Asserting dominance and establishing negative consequences for those who challenge your authority (such as firing or reprimanding offenders) only exacerbates the problem and adds to the toxic culture of unchecked power.Astronaut Garrett Reisman argues that while it's natural to want to be told that you're smart and right, it's important t...
Tags: Work, Motivation, Astronomy, Space, Leadership, Learning, Life, Relationships, Failure, Trust, Success, Communication, Nasa, Teaching, Innovation, Collaboration


Psychology of feedback: How to give or receive valuable critique

Feedback is a gift, says business psychologist Dr Melanie Katzman. Giving or receiving feedback can be a formal part of our jobs, but in Dr Katzman's assessment, we often don't go far enough with feedback. Katzman suggests creating a psychological contract with a partner who you respect and trust. In that contract, you agree to exchange extremely honest feedback by mutual consent in a safe and trusting way.In this video, she lays out the rules for such a contract and how you can embark on one. T...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Productivity, Business, Life, Relationships, Trust, Success, Communication, Language, Innovation, Collaboration, Women In Business, Self, Goal-setting, Katzman


Fate Inks $100M Deal With Janssen for Stem Cell-Derived Cancer Therapies

Fate Therapeutics has signed an agreement with Janssen Biotech to develop new cancer cell therapies that are derived from stem cells and landed $100 million up front as part of the global collaboration deal.The San Diego-based biotech has built a pipeline of experimental cell therapies that use induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to create chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell and CAR natural killer (NK) cell treatments. Fate (NASDAQ: FATE) has used iPSCs to make clonal cell lines that it l...
Tags: Deals, Cancer, Trends, Stem Cells, Collaboration, San Diego, Immunotherapy, Biotech, Life Sciences, Agreement, Clinical Trials, Janssen, Janssen Biotech, National blog main, National top stories, San Diego blog main


The Geek in Review Ep. 73 – Heidi Gardner and Brian Stearns: Remote Collaboration from Tools to Psychology

Heidi Gardne r, Distinguished Fellow and Lecturer at Harvard Law School, and Brian Stearns , Chief Commercial Officer at Workstorm , talk with us about collaboration when most of us are under a shelter-in-place order. There are definitely tools to make it easier to collaborate remotely, but there is a process that must be evaluated first. There’s also a human element that must be considered in who people react to the stress they are currently under. As we have said before, never...
Tags: Psychology, Podcast, Law, Uncategorized, Collaboration, Harvard Law School, Gardner, Stearns, Heidi Gardner, Brian Stearns, Workstorm, Apple Podcast Contact, Heidi Gardne


Atlassian’s Confluence gets a new template gallery

Confluence, Atlassian’s content-centric collaboration tool for teams, is making it easier for new users to get started with the launch of an updated template gallery and 75 new templates. They incorporate what the company has learned from its customers and partners since it first launched the service back in 2004. About a year ago, Atlassian gave Confluence a major makeover, with an updated editor and advanced analytics. Today’s update isn’t quite as dramatic but goes to show that Confluence ...
Tags: Enterprise, Tech, Companies, Collaboration, Atlassian, Invision


3 benefits of working remotely

A common misconception is that remote teams are not as productive. That is simply not true.While there are pros to having everyone in a centralized location and on the same schedule, a major benefit of having employees work remotely is that it saves time and money.Having a remote team also gives companies more freedom to hire employees based on skill, not proximity. Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence ...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Money, Success, Communication, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Collaboration, Mind, Personal Growth, Power of Connectional Intelligence


Are you superior to others? Or is it an illusion?

Most problems for leaders are self-inflicted. It's important for leadership to reflect on the standards and expectations they set for themselves before they set incredibly high standards and expectations for other members of their team. Executive coach and transformation expert Peter Fuda reminds that, for the most part, we judge ourselves by our intentions while we judge others by their actions. Being cognizant of this illusory superiority can help increase compassion and connection within a te...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Business, Leadership, Relationships, Success, Innovation, Collaboration, Emotions, Mind, Executive, Self, Personal Growth, Peter, Peter Fuda


BandPay’s app ensures creators see collaborations through, just received $2 million investment

BandPay keeps both sides of a collaborators sweet by making sure its completed then sending all the agreed upon cash. A new app is helping creators trust each other when they’re both working on a project. BandPay lets its users set out their arrangement which they will then work towards and once completed, the app will pay out the agreed upon price – everyone’s happy and no-one gets mugged off. BandPay has now received $2 million in investment to launch their app on iOS and Android. Th...
Tags: Deals, Music, Investment, App, Creators, Artists, Collaboration, Musicians, Payments, Agreement, Artist / Label News, Producers, Producer, Collabs, Collab, DeCarlos Garrison