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March 2008 Blog Posts (3)

'Yahu' for Collaboration

Taken from I. Velikovsky’s ‘Worlds In Collision‘:



‘Here is a story, told by …..the Snohomish tribe on Puget Sound, about the origin of the exclamation “Yahu”. “A long time ago, when all the animals were still human beings, the sky was very low. It was so low that the people could not stand erect… They called a meeting together and discussed how they could raise the sky. But they were at a loss to know how to do so. Not one was strong enough to lift the sky. Finally the idea occurred… Continue

Added by Stephen Joyce on March 19, 2008 at 17:52 — No Comments

7 Easy Ways to Build Workplace Collaboration

Ever wondered what your workplace would be like if everyone collaborated more effectively? Stephen James Joyce, the best selling author of ‘Teaching an Anthill to Fetch’ and a recognized authority on collaboration, shares crucial insights on one of the most pressing questions in business to-day: How can we develop a greater sense of collaboration in the workplace? This free downloadable e-Book , ‘7 Easy Ways to Build Collaboration in the Workplace’ is packed with practical solutions to an… Continue

Added by Stephen Joyce on March 19, 2008 at 17:49 — No Comments

Numero Uno

"I honestly believe that these P2P ideas are moving (have moved) fairly quickly in the right direction."



There are two striking things about this network, the apparent lack of diversity in the members and the advanced and generally less than fully explored/implemented P2P ideas. This is not an indictment or source of shame anymore than having unmet goals for yourself is a source of shame. I would not be aware and hopeful about many collaborations and projects if I had not followed to… Continue

Added by Carl Ballard Swanson on March 14, 2008 at 13:08 — 2 Comments

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