On Conversations About Collaboration, I interview interesting, progressive, and accomplished folks with strong views on how to get people to work together effectively. Guests have included a hodgepodge of authors, prominent industry professionals, CXOs, academics, and generally smart cookies.
At a high level, the discussions have involved:
- Remote work
- Collaboration hubs and spokes
- The future of work
- Workplace technology
- How tech is changing business processes
- And, of course, collaboration
I launched the pod for a several reasons.
First, collaboration is a critical and rich topic today and I like to think that I’ve got something important to say about it. (Yes, I’m biased.) Second, there was just too much good stuff to pack into Reimagining Collaboration. Along those lines, this pod continues and extends the conversation that the book starts. Third, all of the cool kids are starting pods.
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An interesting chat with an Aussie who automates and improves processes for a living.
I think that I’ve found my sister from another mother. Is that a thing?
What does it mean to be Slack capability leader?
The Protocol journalist joins me to talk about her fascinating beat.
The author joins me to talk about a host of interesting subjects.
The author joins me to talk about Agile methods, whether PMs are necessities, and how to personalize projects.
Listen to a few chapters from my new book.
Brian’s back to talk about his new book How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams To Do The Best Work of Their Lives.
A chat about sushi and spaghetti—among other things.
What does the future office look like? I was excited to find out as well.