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Neal Caffrey

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The North American enterprise collaboration market is estimated to grow from $23.81 billion in 2013 to $33.90 billion by 2018, at a CAGR of 7.32%, for the given period. The North American market is primarily driven by the cloud market.
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Enterprise collaboration is a method to communicate with other employees, and includes use of enterprise social networking tools, corporate intranet, public internet, and collaboration platforms. Enterprise collaboration helps employee share information across various geographical locations through the combination of software and network capabilities.
 
In the current scenario, information sharing is carried out using mobile phones, video conferencing, instant messenger, and various others that deliver information within stipulated time duration. With collaborative communication, the congestion overload is reduced to a significant amount, thus providing ease of communication. For better communication, companies are making every effort to have cloud and collaboration technology mutually available.
 
The market report provides a competitive benchmarking of the leading players in this market such as IBM, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe. The report gives financial analysis, which includes CAGR and market shares of the different regions, vendors, overall adoption scenario, competitive landscape, key drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
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DNA Services of America

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Curious as to how the DNA testing process works? Here is a handy video that walks you through the process: http://bit.ly/1r5XAA5
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Jehan Joy Gesta

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Are you a team player?

Cooperation is the key to team success. We all naturally adapt, adjust, and copy the culture of our environment. In a team, it’s ideal to cooperate and collaborate with kindness and good intentions. Relationships among the team matter most. Relationships build the team. Hence, we want to keep a harmonious relationship by not hurting each other.

An exceptional leader knows how to inspire hard work in the team, he knows how to motivate them to cooperate, and he also knows how to humbly ask. A good leader does not judge or assume right away. He uses humble inquiry to become an effective leader. To be a good leader, you need to cooperate, which means: you need to be kind, you need good intentions, you need to be humble and ASK.

Are you kind enough to truly collaborate? 

Here's food for thought on my blog:
http://www.ocai-online.com/blog/2014/07/Are-You-Kind-Enough-To-Truly-Collaborate
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Emily Brown

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Get PDF Brochure: http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownload.asp?id=229978287

Nucleic Acid Isolation and Purification Market by Technology (Column based, Reagent based, Magnetic bead based), Consumables & Instruments, Application (Plasmid DNA isolation, MIRNA isolation, Total RNA isolation) & by End Users - Global Forecasts to 2018

http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/nucleic-acid-isolation-purification-market-229978287.html
[320 Pages Report] Nucleic Acid Isolation and Purification Market report categories the Global market by Application (MIRNA isolation, Plasmid DNA isolation, Total RNA isolation), MIRNA isolation, Technology (Column based, Magnetic bead based, Reagent based) & Geography
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Effective #Collaboration isn't only about the tools, but they sure do help!
 
Great Reasons to go Google

This video is a trip down an uncomfortable memory lane. It's time to wake up to what's happening in the Google cloud...

- Hangouts (private, recorded, transcribed, translated subtitles, adjustable bandwidth, multitude of team apps)

- Google Docs for agenda creation and collaborative real time note taking.

- Google+ events, circles and communities for sharing invites, decisions and wider communications, effortlessly.

- Android and iPhone stability make mobility more than a feasibility. Try the Nexus 5, 7 or 10 for example.

The 21st century is all about innovation and the ability to work smarter. This video is a great demonstration of how things were done a long long time ago, and not how smart companies are embracing chance.

If you're still experiencing this nightmare send your head of IT this link; by carrier pigeon if necessary!

http://www.google.com/enterprise/apps/business/

#privaterecordedhangouts #googledocs #androidapps #mobility #videotranscription #hoa #youtube


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Ana Asuero

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What do you need to be a collaborative leader? We analyse 6 essential skills you need to develop if you want collaboration to lead your team.

http://en.blog.zyncro.com/2013/10/14/6-characteristics-of-a-collaborative-leader/
For collaborative work to be successful, it is necessary to manage the conviction. What characteristics must a collaborative leader have?
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Paul Simbeck-Hampson

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Collaboration has its roots within hierarchy. Cooperation is fundamental to networks.

"Collaboration isn’t a technology, it’s a behaviour. And implementing one doesn’t automatically make the other happen."

This post may be of interest to those here...
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Anne McCrossan

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Hi, great to be here. Thanks for the invite Chris.
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Welcome Anne!  Thanks for joining.  We're just getting started ..
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ARCpoint Labs of Irving

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Did you know Prince William links to Indian ancestry?
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It's so cool to see what you can find out through DNA!
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ARCpoint Labs of Irving

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As much as I abhor the idea of owning a monopoly on an idea. Patents still do just what the name suggests, which is take what is latent and make it patent (i.e. known). So, some day (barring an immediate license of course) someone else can take this idea, with its processes now laid bare for the world to see, and build upon it. 
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This is a space to talk about the major forces that influence collaborative learning. Our topics range from culture to trust to leadership, and all the important spaces in between. Our hashtag is #cdna We chat live on Twitter MON 8pET. Join us live. And watch for future G+ Hangouts
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D. Scott Smith

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"Innovation within our Sphere of Influence" #CDNA Tweetchat 5pm PST;  Read the Frame: http://buff.ly/1BtWPoW #usguys #sobcon
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Jehan Joy Gesta

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Are you a team player?

Cooperation is the key to team success. We all naturally adapt, adjust, and copy the culture of our environment. In a team, it’s ideal to cooperate and collaborate with kindness and good intentions. Relationships among the team matter most. Relationships build the team. Hence, we want to keep a harmonious relationship by not hurting each other.

An exceptional leader knows how to inspire hard work in the team, he knows how to motivate them to cooperate, and he also knows how to humbly ask. A good leader does not judge or assume right away. He uses humble inquiry to become an effective leader. To be a good leader, you need to cooperate, which means: you need to be kind, you need good intentions, you need to be humble and ASK.

Are you kind enough to truly collaborate? 

Here's food for thought on my blog:
http://www.ocai-online.com/blog/2014/07/Are-You-Kind-Enough-To-Truly-Collaborate
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Apple users subscribe here: http://bit.ly/18IXqiJ

Subscribe for a year, for a month or buy one issue. The first issue is free if you cancel your subscription within the money-back period. No risk here: check out your first magazine issue!??
Annual subscriptions are $24.99 or € 18,20, monthly subscriptions are only $3.49 or € 2,55. ? 

Wishing you a generous, giving workplace culture!
Best regards, ?Marcella Bremer

All the best,
Jehan Joy Gesta
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Daryl Horton

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Hi everyone! I'm an information and knowledge manager supporting the U.S. Marine Corps. I look forward to joining the discussion and collaborating with community members.
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Was half-kidding about the blog, but if someone has one - it's not a bad way to get a measure of what they may add to the conversation... Happy to engage in this thread or just about anywhere else except facebook.
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Excellent New Blog Post by +Dan Durrant from +Cause Analytics on biases in decision making

Five biases to overcome

1. Confirmation bias
2. Hindsight bias
3. Correlation vs. Causation
4. Too Much Data
5. The Wrong “Big Question”

"Collaboration in #decisionmaking works best when the organisation's culture is both diverse and data-driven."

#socialbusiness
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Interesting article by Oscar Berg about the state and future of Enterprise Collaboration. Now that we have the tools (Enterprise Social Networks) ... how can we use them to change the way we work? 

http://en.blog.zyncro.com/2014/01/27/the-state-and-future-of-enterprise-collaboration/

#collaboration #enterprise20 #SocialBusiness  
How can we use new tools to change the way we work? What is the future of Enterprise Collaboration? Oscar Berg talks about it in this article.
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Ana Asuero

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Allowing your employees to use social networks at work: is it bad?

Instead of banning it... what about taking advantage of that social DNA that employees have acquired at a personal level and use it for professional purposes?

http://en.blog.zyncro.com/2013/11/22/pros-and-cons-of-using-social-networks-sites-at-work/
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Thought provoking for sure!
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ARCpoint Labs of Irving

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Hopefully, you don't end up on paternity court unless it comes down to that, but you can come into our ARCpoint Labs office in Irving, TX or give us a call today (469) 242-3748 to get more information on the variety of tests we offer to individuals and groups, alike.

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Chris Jones
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Idea for a Euro CDNA has been bouncing around since we moved away from our SAT a.m. slot .. stranding our continental conributors, +Mike Baldwin in particular! .. as well as folks like yourself +Anne McCrossan .. +Roxanne Persaud and +Anne Marie McEwan  who might have otherwise participated ..

Let's see what we can figure out :)   #cdna
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Ameeta Sane

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Can it be that a lot of complexity and problems in collaboration in collectives arises out of the clash of tacitly held mental models?

What could be the value of surfacing and clarifying the varying models in people's heads so that we can arrive at some commonly held models?

While inquiring into this question, an interesting formulation presented by V. Srinivas is worth bringing to attention. He puts forth the notion of "Formal Mental Models" as a valuable way of harmonizing multiple points of view in our search for effectiveness and social contribution...

Does this seem like a way to unlock the potential of a collective?
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One addition: mental models are temporal, one can be hold true longer as another.
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