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Exploring Atlassian's vision for enterprise collaboration

Dion Hinchcliffe

One of the very first vendors of social collaboration tools, Atlassian, has doubled down on its vision for delivering on team-based collaboration by offering multi-modal tools that help team connect with each other and their knowledge

How to deliver innovation overnight | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Invented by the folks at the Australian software company Atlassian , these one-day bursts of autonomy allow people to work on anything they want (as long as it’s not part of their regular job) — provided they show what they’ve created to their colleagues 24 hours later.

A great idea needs a new name. Want to help?

Dan Pink

Created by the Australian software company Atlassian , FedEx Days give people 24 hours to work on whatever they want — so long as it’s not part of their regular jobs and provided that they show what they’ve created to their colleagues when the 24 hours elapse.

Friday’s visual finds

Harold Jarche

“A cool infographic from @atlassian that shows being productive at work is harder than it seems”, via @DanielPink – email is culprit #1. Here are some of the observations and insights that were shared via Twitter this past week.

Is Your Corporate Culture The Root Cause Of Bad Meetings?

Dan Pontefract

After all, a report by Atlassian suggests employees attend 62 meetings per month. Several moons ago, I was asked to participate in a meeting. Nothing new there. In the US alone that works out to roughly 11 million meetings being held every single day.

‘Social Business’ is Past Retirement Age

Andy McAfee

It’s also why new companies like Jive, Socialtext, Spigit, Atlassian, Yammer, and many others exist, and why established enterprise software vendors including Microsoft, SAP, Salesforce, Novell, IBM, are making deep changes to their products (disclosures at end of post).

Dear Mr. Machado – A Few Connected Learning Options for You

Dan Pontefract

I wouldn’t hesitate to contact some of the Corporate collaboration platform players (Saba, SkillSoft, Jive, Liferay, Atlassian, Microsoft, etc.) Dear Mr. Machado, Your story is heart-warming.

The 2016 Look at the Future of Online Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The leaders in this space - Slack , say, or Atlassian - are based around the idea that groups are self-organizing, that each person defines their own contribution, and that the purpose of the software is to help with communication rather than coordination, to share rather than to direct. When I wrote The Future of Online Learning in 1998, I took into account three major sets of factors. The first was the obvious basis in technology.

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Attribution: a lost art?

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Wednesday, 14 July 2010 Attribution: a lost art? With thanks to Sameer Patel , on whose tweet I based this title.

eLearning Host List February

Tony Karrer

Using various social signals we came up with the following as being the hot items during February 2009 via eLearning Learning. You can find a bit more on this capability in the post Hot List. Enjoy. Top Posts and other Items The ‘Least Assistance’ Principle eLearning is not the answer Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace Here’s How I Built That PowerPoint E-Learning Template Informal learning - what is it? What Goes in the LMS?

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Applications in Learning. It was designed to be a small to medium size group discussion, but because the room was large it was very challenging to do that successfully. I discussed a bit of these issues in First Thoughts After ASTD Sessions.

The Future of Workplace Communications - Live notes from Future Forum webcast

Ross Dawson

Atlassian is a great example. I am at The Future of Workplace Communications webcast, which is an hour-long discussion broadcast as live video as part of Viocorp's Future Forum series. Archived event available soon). The four panellists are Oscar Trimboli, head of the Information Workers group at Microsoft, Nicky Wakefield who runs the Human Capital practice of Deloitte Australia, Phil Cronin, General Manager of Intel Australia, and myself.

Motivation Twitter-style | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

And it joins similarly inspired efforts like Atlassian’s brilliant FedEx Days — a concept that is spreading like benevolent kudzu at companies and even schools across North America — and the 20 percent time initiatives at Google and elsewhere. Dan Pink. Contact.