Working Out Loud Interviews – Scott Ward

Scott Ward is Founder & CEO of Digital Infusions, specialists in digital strategy and transformation – social is the cornerstone of this activity. Scott’s business helps organisations after they rollout a social network, get a burst of excitement and activity but have no idea what to do with it next. Digital Infusions shows them how they can use social to target the specific objectives of the organisation and evolve capabilities such as innovation and collaboration. What benefits do you see from your practices of working out loud? The number one thing is the unlocking of synchronicity.  Quite often people are able … Continue reading Working Out Loud Interviews – Scott Ward

Working Out Loud Interviews – Cornelia Heinke

Cornelia Heinke likes to be called Conny and has been facilitating John Stepper’s working out loud circles in her organisation. Conny is responsible for agility and community management for the Division Automotive Aftermarket at Bosch. Conny shares her story of how working out loud enabled her to start a conversation to manage her workload. What benefits do you see from your practices of working out loud? Working Out Loud helps us to reach our targets faster and with better results. In huge organisations, it stops silo thinking. It shows us that we needn’t spend that much money on training courses, but instead … Continue reading Working Out Loud Interviews – Cornelia Heinke

#WOLWEEK INTERVIEW: MELANIE HOHERTZ

Melanie Hohertz is the Online Engagement Lead at Cargill, a global provider of food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services. Melanie  is a frank and high-energy collaboration network manager, known for her passion about the issues that matter. In the Office 365 Customer Community she is recognized by the Yammer community as a leader and she has been recognised by Microsoft, which made her a Most Valuable Professional in 2016. Here is an exploration of Melanie’s practice of working out loud and how it stretches her world. You’ve commented that you would like to see a better balance of public and … Continue reading #WOLWEEK INTERVIEW: MELANIE HOHERTZ