The data science consultancy company Profusion uses the 4th Office to collaborate internally. CEO Mike Weston is among the most enthusiastic users of this virtual workspace.
Designers of social platforms from IBM to Yammer have decided that if they can't beat email they had better join it. Marc Wright reports on the revolution in the inbox.
'Compendium for the Civic Economy' is a fascinating collection of case studies from architects 00:/ on how physical space and networks both human and virtual are coming together.


Ellwood Atfield Gallery
16 December, 2014 - 09:30 - 17:00
etc venues St Paul's
11 March, 2015 - 09:00 - 17:00

Tim Ruscoe, Freelance Art Director


Increased productivity, stronger corporate culture and agility are just a few business benefits being seen on this company's ESN. This is a story of perpetual change and a bottom-up approach from 1 to 75,000 users.
The first edition of Enterprise 2.0 Summit took place this week in London, covering all the main topics of social business and digital transformation. Gloria Lombardi was there to report on the event.
This life, property and casualty insurance company launched their first internal community in 2008. Since then, they have established clear principles for good management across 37 countries.
Global people development company Insights uses Waggl to crowdsource employee feedback on the corporate culture. Leaders in 30 countries gain a new level of awareness around their internal environment.
At the most recent Comma Partners event, senior communicators gathered to listen to Ellen Hake explaining how to use neuroscience research to analyse and support organisations through change.
simply is launching a new web TV series where experts assess the merits or otherwise of the latest enterprise apps. And, you could be one of our guest judges!
Want to get 90,000 colleagues collaborating on your social platform? Stanley Awuku describes how Vodafone has made a success of Circles by treasuring feedback.
"Emotional intelligence in internal communications. How important is it?" This lively debate was hosted by Gavin Ellwood and Julie Skidmore of Ellwood Atfield this week.
In his new book, 'Strategic Internal Communication', author David Cowan captures why creating dialogue pays dividends in the networked era. Gloria Lombardi reviews.

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