Advanced Collaboration Research

Sharing practical ways to engage in the Collaboration Revolution

When people work together, they’re literally on the same wavelength, brain waves show

Thanks to scientists who have ventured outside the laboratory, we have learned that tight-knit groups of females experience synchronized menstrual…
Brandon Klein Jul 03, 2017

Social networks push runners to run further and faster than their friends

The study offers some of the first hard evidence that health-related habits can spread — and so perhaps could be deliberately seeded and encouraged —…
Brandon Klein Jul 03, 2017

The decisive thing is your network. Work is interaction.

Networks provide problem-solving capability that results directly from the richness of communication and the amount of connectivity. What happens in…
Brandon Klein Jul 03, 2017

Scaling Agile: Fractals of Innovation

Scaling agile means that we apply its principles to large, even very large, groups of people. When we do this, we allow those people to be more…
Brandon Klein Jul 03, 2017

To cut down on formal meetings and improve collaboration, companies keep tabs on workers’ emails, chat logs and face-to-face interactions

Network analysis with email to change the way things work.
Brandon Klein Mar 23, 2017

Ai & Peeragogy

Combine these and you have something interesting:
Brandon Klein Mar 08, 2017

The Corporation As You Know It Is Probably Obsolete

By Umair Haque
Brandon Klein Mar 08, 2017

Social Learning

It's importance will become more and more. Past research must be noted:
Brandon Klein Mar 06, 2017

Learning social network embeddings for predicting information diffusion

Analyzing and modeling the temporal diffusion of information on social media has mainly been treated as a diffusion process on known graphs or…
Brandon Klein Feb 20, 2017

Teams vs. Crowds: A Field Test of the Relative Contribution of Incentives, Member Ability, and Collaboration to Crowd-Based Problem Solving Performance

Organizations are increasingly turning to crowdsourcing to solve difficult problems. This is often driven by the desire to find the best subject…
Brandon Klein Feb 20, 2017