Marcia Conner

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    VIP Pass Into the Future

    In this Wall Street Journal Live segment, part of their WDJ.D Conference Marathon series, I talk with Adrian Bridgwater about the future of technology and how companies making a difference realize technology is an enabler for people making brilliant change.

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    theCube at Information on Demand 2013

    At IBM’s Big Data conference, Information on Demand, I was interviewed by John Furrier and Dave Vellante about the work I do with organizations. Great interviews made for engaging conversations. We address a broad range of topics on how to improve the world of work and how to stop doing stupid things in the name of ” that’s how we’ve always done it.”

    The Silicon Angle also posted a recap of the conversation entitled, “social apps reintroduce personality at work” along with the most re-tweeted quotes from all of their interviews. One of mine made it into the top:

    “The simple introduction of online tools, gives people who are uncomfortable sharing directly, a voice,” —Marcia Conner, @marciamarcia

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    Revolutionize Corporate Learning

    In “Revolutionizing Corporate Learning,” a report I wrote with Dan Pontefract (author of the fabulous new book Flat Army) and Kerry Brown, we propose the concept of Learning Nouveau. It can offer both branded and personalized options that can be consumed in the precise manner that suits all the people served. Learning records can be tracked to provide and predict what people seek and how they wish to learn it. These options should reach far beyond that which was created by any one department and announces to the organization, “We provide a palette to learn most anything, anytime.”

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    Smarter Workforce Video

    As part of IBM’s Smarter Workforce initiative, I was interviewed about the work I do with organizations, making smarter decisions about the people working in those organizations. Although every organization’s largest investment is in payroll–in other words, people–most don’t treat those people in a way that encourages them to work in sensible ways, aligned with human creativity, ingenuity, and doing what’s right. It’s time we fix this and allow people do all they’re capable of doing, assisting their employers along the way.

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