Working Out Loud in Action: Chris Slemp, Carpool

Chris Slemp is Director of Strategy at Carpool Digital where he leads the internal communications consulting efforts, manage all members of the strategy team, provide direction and guidance on Carpool’s future efforts in the internal communications space.  Chris has great insight … Continue reading Working Out Loud in Action: Chris Slemp, Carpool

Working Out Loud in Action: Richard Martin and Kenneth Mikkelsen, Authors of The Neo-Generalist

An interview with Richard Martin and Kenneth Mikkelsen, authors of The Neo-Generalist, on the book, the changing nature of work and the role of openness and adaptability in work. Simon Terry: Your book, The Neo-Generalist, which I strongly encourage people to … Continue reading Working Out Loud in Action: Richard Martin and Kenneth Mikkelsen, Authors of The Neo-Generalist

Working Out Loud in Action: Paul Woods

Paul Woods is Founder at Adopt & Embrace, an organisation that helps organisations make the most of Office365 through user adoption and unlocking real business value.  Paul is also the creator of The Yaminade, a podcast devoted to Yammer adoption. Simon Terry: As an Office 365 MVP and a specialist in adoption, you have seen a lot of organisations setting out to create value through openness and collaboration, what characterises the successful efforts in your experience? Paul Woods: The number one factor we have seen is clearly communicated vision and values that are (generally) lived and breathed by the organisation. … Continue reading Working Out Loud in Action: Paul Woods

Working Out Loud in Action – Ayelet Baron

Ayelet Baron (@ayeletb) helps people thrive – she is a global strategist who speaks, writes and consults people and organizations to gain a 21st century edge. Today Ayelet is at the forefront of fixing what’s broken in business and transforming organizations Ayelet shares how working out loud is much more effective than meetings: 1) What do you recommend for someone considering starting a practice of working out loud? When we have the right people having more conversations, we can co-create. Working out loud enriches my work by getting thoughts and insights, even from people who disagree and bring divergent points of … Continue reading Working Out Loud in Action – Ayelet Baron