FCW Insider: FCW radio show notes...talking collaboration with Prof. McAfee
I'm behind on last week's show notes for the FCW radio show that airs on DC's Federal News Radio AM 1050
For the June 3 show, we talked to Harvard Business School Associate Prof. Andrew McAfee
. McAfee specializes in the merger of the enterprise and technology, and he is credited with creating the term Enterprise 2.0. FCW profiled McAfee last year and last week we featured his blog as one of the five blogs worth reading. McAfee was also one of the keynote speakers at 1105 GovInfo's Government Leadership Summit earlier this month and did a really excellent job of laying the groundwork for our conversations about collaboration.
One other post I'll recommend:
FCW Insider: A question worth askingHere is an excerpt of McAfee's blog post, headlined What I Said About the Revolution:
Later this week, the Management Lab
is convening a group
of academics and practitioners to "to define the “Grand Challenges” for 21st century management, and imagine possible solutions to them." The list of attendees is very impressive; I’m flattered to have been asked to participate and anticipate learning a lot
As part of the preparation for the conference we we asked to "Briefly describe a “design flaw” or “impediment” that undermines the capacity of organizations to adapt, innovate, or fully engage the talents of their members." We were then asked to "Briefly describe a “radical remedy” that might help to counter or avoid the impediment or design flaw described above."
I liked people's comments about these questions.
Hear the show here:
Previous FCW radio programs...
May 20, 2008 talking collaboration
with NAPA's Collaboration Project
May 27, 2008 talking mobile computing
Today on Federal News Radio AM 1050
... you have heard me talk about it
, now you can hear them for yourself. We are talking to the Alabama Homeland Security Department team that created Virtual Alabama
Hear all of FCW's radio programs at www.fcw.com/radio.
Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on Jun 10, 2008 at 12:17 PM