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A blog about working smarter, not necessarily harder, through social networking, digital technologies



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Comment on Stop Blaming the Tools when Collaboration Fails by Shane

Tue, 04 Jul 2017 14:51:35 +0000

True! How can collaboration actually 'fail us' when it is just a communication tool we have at our disposal?



Comment on How to Use Employee Engagement to Boost Your Business by Wesley

Sat, 01 Jul 2017 16:54:10 +0000

Nice infographic Luis, really nails the point. Great evergreen ideas, I'm looking forward to the other blog posts.






Comment on The Beginning of a New Work Adventure – Joining panagenda! by Luis Suarez

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 19:43:45 +0000

Hiya, Steve, my sincere apologies for the long delay on the response, as I have just returned from a business trip to Utrecht, NL, last week, where connectivity was rather patchy and sketchy and I am only now checking out your comment shared above, while at my home office. Anyway, thanks ever so much for the wonderful comments and for the kind wishes! I very much appreciate it and thought I would let you know that after a couple of months of hiatus while going through the on boarding process I'm now looking forward to resuming my blogging mojo this week with some additional work / life experiences about this brave new adventure and look forward to further interactions! I'm really glad some of the blog posts I have shared over here have been rather helpful to you and your team and if there is anything else I could help you folks out please do get in touch! I will be more than happy to help out where I possibly can. Thanks a lot, once again, for the kind wishes and look forward to further conversations! Hope you are doing well as well! (image) (image) (image) (image) (image)



Comment on The Beginning of a New Work Adventure – Joining panagenda! by Steven Moskowitz

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:26:08 +0000

Best of luck with this new opportunity, Luis. As always, I continue to learn from you and benefit from your experience and enthusiasm. Our company (I've been here for 3 years now) is just embarking on our own social business and I am excited to share your blog with the team and to (hopefully) be (almost) as good a coach for them as you have been for me. I look forward to seeing what lies ahead for you. All my best, Steve



Comment on La Tapita Los Jose’s – ¡Viva La Tapa! by Luis Suarez

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 22:02:30 +0000

Hi Michael, thanks ever so much for dropping by and for the wonderful comments! A real treat and very glad you had a chance to find the place and enjoy some of the most amazing tapas including the natillas con galleta! (image) (image) (image) Things have been a bit hectic for me this time around and really sorry we didn't manage to meet up this time around. But fear not, next time there will be more blog posts with additional recommendations we can choose from and pick accordingly heh Very happy you folks had a chance to try 'La Tapita' (image) (image) (image) (image) (image)



Comment on La Tapita Los Jose’s – ¡Viva La Tapa! by Michael Riggs

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 20:18:55 +0000

Excelente! Luis thank you for this recommendation. It's something we never would have found on our own, and we really enjoyed it. Highly recommend it for others too! And the natillas con galleta is heaven in a cup!!



Comment on Stop Blaming the Tools when Collaboration Fails by Luis Suarez

Mon, 06 Feb 2017 19:22:50 +0000

Hi Julian, thanks ever so much for the insightful feedback and for the wonderful additions into the overall conversation. I think you may have hit the nail on the head with regards to the on-going disconnect between academia and the business world in terms of both areas trying, and failing, clearly, to understand one another. In fact, in my own experience, it's been mind-blowing to watch how over the course of the last 20 years one keeps blaming the other, and vice versa, about each of their own problems, instead of listening carefully to one another and find common ground to help each other. I mean, imagine IF academia would get closer to the business world in trying to help solve plenty of the business problems out there that may not have much to do with technology per se, but sociology, for instance. Or imagine IF the business world would come forward to the academic world and try to relay what they are doing and what future directions they may want to head into to create new markets and business opportunities. Somehow that mutual lack of understanding is a killer, as you well observed above, and I keep wondering what's going to be the defining factor that will, finally, wake both of them up into the new reality where they need to blend together vs. failing to understand each other. 20 years later, I'm still waiting ... (Thanks again for the superb feedback, Julian! Looking forward to plenty more conversations on this important topic, over here or elsewhere!)



Comment on Stop Blaming the Tools when Collaboration Fails by Julian Elve

Mon, 06 Feb 2017 10:16:05 +0000

Wow, another "down the rabbit hole" post and comment stream Luis! Martin - some interesting papers to follow up on in your comments (as an aside, shame how much of academic publishing is still locked behind paywalls) From personal experience I would suggest some of those barriers to deeper adoption of academic insight in the business world (apart from simple prejudice) are: * access to the material (see comment about paywalls above) * accessiblity of the material - reading formal academic material effectively and efficiently is an acquired skill * the mismatch between the narrowly specialized nature of most academic research and the broader nature of most people's skills in the commercial world (I'm not convinced that we have 'T-shaped' professionals any more, or if we have the 'T' has several legs, and the cross-bar is of quite varying thicknesses, with some very long tails (mixed metaphor alert!!))



Comment on The Beginning of a New Work Adventure – Joining panagenda! by Luis Suarez

Thu, 02 Feb 2017 17:52:47 +0000

Hiya, Julian, thanks much for dropping by and for the kind, lovely wishes! I very much appreciate it (image) (image) . Yeah, I know what you mean, but not to worry, I'm currently going through the on boarding process and very soon (in the next couple of days or so), I will be sharing some additional insights about my first month on the job, which will be coming up very soon already! I can't believe time has flown by this quick already! I suppose a sign of the good old fun I'm having at the moment! hehe Like I said, hang in there, because very soon I will be blogging some more blog entries about what the experience has been like so far, along with what I'm working on at panagenda, as well as what I'm looking forward to in the next few months! (image) 🤘(image) 🤘(image) Many thanks again for the lovely wishes, Julian!