Tibbr 7: Advances in Analytics, Communities, and Security for More Comprehensive Enterprise Collaboration

TIBCO just announced the release of tibbr 7, and we’re thrilled about how it’s improving the enterprise collaboration experience. From advanced and custom analytics...

The Fast Track to Maximum Value in Collaboration

A common question we hear is, “My company has just purchased a collaboration platform. Why can’t we just launch and tell people to start...

Shape Up Your Enterprise Collaboration – Part 1

Collaboration and sharing are the muscle and connective tissue of any healthy organization. This blog series will help you envision how to shape up your...

tibbr vs. The Holidays: Which brings people together better?

It’s the holidays again. A time when, instead of going somewhere restful and rejuvenating like Bali or Cozumel, people burn off their precious vacation...

Why employee inclusion may matter more than employee performance.

Most CEOs and managers like to think of their organization as an “inclusive” family of friendly, welcoming folks who smile all the time, hold...

New study shows what really makes people more collaborative.

Back in the 16th Century, Sir Francis Bacon (arguably) coined the now-famous Latin quip: “Scientia potentia est” (i.e., “Knowledge is power”). And while the phrase...

How to get more departments more involved in more parts of your business.

As an organizational business tool, “departments” are pretty much unavoidable. They’re a semi-logical way to categorize people by functionality and focus. But an unintended...

The 3 things CMOs need to know about ESNs now.

With the advent of the Internet, complexity in Marketing has increased logarithmically — there are now more moving parts in a marketing mix than ever...

Why corporate email is bad for your business, and how to escape it.

Regardless of what you call it — email overload, email fatigue, inbox clutter, or just plain email noise — corporate email is out of control....

A simple test to tell if your HR department is needlessly wasting money.

Every year — often at the request of corporate HR managers —  an estimated 2 million people take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test. It’s reported that 89 of...