Advanced Collaboration Research

Sharing practical ways to engage in the Collaboration Revolution

New rules for culture change

 
Brandon Klein Aug 12, 2017

The Enterprise Transformation Conundrum

Everywhere you turn these days, companies are being challenged to transform, innovate and think like a designer.
Brandon Klein May 28, 2015

Shifts in Thinking to Achieve Transformative Scale

 1. Strategy: Product to Platform
Brandon Klein Jun 01, 2014

The Future of Business Models #people want purpose

Learn how people's needs have changed, resulting in changes in future business models. This illustrated storyboard makes it easy to understand. by…
Brandon Klein Nov 08, 2013

When 'More, Bigger, Faster' Is Not Better - NYTimes.com

“A business cannot truly evolve,” John Mackey, a co-founder of Whole Foods Market, has written, “if its leaders, particularly the C.E.O., are not…
Brandon Klein Nov 08, 2013

When 'More, Bigger, Faster' Is Not Better - NYTimes.com

“A business cannot truly evolve,” John Mackey, a co-founder of Whole Foods Market, has written, “if its leaders, particularly the C.E.O., are not…
Brandon Klein Sep 18, 2013

Forget The Mission Statement. What's Your Mission Question? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

In a previous article, I shared five questions that today’s forward-thinking companies should be asking, based on input from top business…
Brandon Klein Apr 16, 2013

Home | StartingBloc - social transformation community

Vision :: A global ecosystem in which the world’s greatest challenges are resolved by the collaborative work of a community of leaders from all…
Brandon Klein Mar 08, 2013

IBM Organizational Adaptability Quotient

Predictor of Business Transformation Success When we performed a statistical analysis of the ONA data, one network metric emerged as a statistically…
Brandon Klein Feb 22, 2013

Innovation Isn't Tied to Size, but to Operating Rules - Nilofer Merchant - Harvard Business Review

You can find plenty of people who disregard bigger enterprises, stating they are not the future. Plenty of people — including here on Harvard's blog…
Brandon Klein Nov 08, 2012