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The 8 Top Collaboration Tools for Your Workplace

workplace collaboration

Your company is a team. All the different departments are working for one goal: to sell and develop your product. But how is this possible if your team isn’t on the same page? Social collaboration tools can help you meet this goal. Whether in the office or on the go, your employees can share information, … Continued

What IdeaScale is Grateful For

IdeaScale is Grateful

Well, here in California it’s a predictably lovely fall day (brisk, but not cold with skittering leaves chasing each other down the sidewalk). It’s Thanksgiving in America and we think it’s a great idea to sit down and share our gratitude. Voting. If you haven’t noticed… IdeaScale loves voting. We love it in all of … Continued

Research is Collaborative

Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is an open, networked community that brings together science, data and information technology practitioners. ESIP is supported by NASA, NOAA,  USGS and 110+ member organizations all working together to collaboratively share research, funding opportunities, and to network with one another. According to ESIP their mission is to foster connection between … Continued

9 Ways Bailey’s Irish Cream Can Help You Innovate

  It’s a cold, wet Spring, so let’s take a moment (and a sip or two?) to reflect on how great ideas become reality. Specifically, let’s consider the invention of Bailey’s Irish Cream and what it can teach us about idea management strategies that can support and amplify successful ideas. On December 3rd, 2007, Diageo announced … Continued

IM Award Lessons: Know Your Innovation Audience

Know Your Innovation Audience

This year, Amway won the Innovation Management award for best innovation engagement strategy. They won this award, because of the global reach of their community and their tactics for bringing people on board (including creating cool videos like this one). So we asked Amway a few questions about their program and here’s what they had … Continued