Friday 4th October, 2013
2:30pm to 3:30pm
Social Capital is an organization's ability to exceed the performance of it's competitors by creating, distributing and leveraging TRUST.
This talk explores the intangible nature of knowledge work, the problems of expertise and the special importance of social capital for enabling effective knowledge work systems."
How can you leverage trust to enable experts to work on intangible problems effectively? Come find out.
Founder & Chief Flow Officer @praxisflow... CXO Advisor, Complexity Guide, Chief Flow Officer, Exec. Mgmt. Consultant, PhD Candidate
Jabe is a creative technologist and an international speaker on Lean Product Development. An active member of the Lean, Kanban, and Lean Startup Communities, Jabe has been leading teams and companies for nearly 20 years.
Presently, he is CTO and a consulting practitioner at The Library Corporation, and co-founder of TLC’s corporate innovation incubator, TLC Labs. Jabe is an advocate of the importance of ‘Keeping Kanban Weird.’ Most recently, he has been exploring the social mind at work, applying social psychology and experimenting with how the co-evolution of systems and individuals impacts innovation. Find him blogging at tlclabs.co and blog.jabebloom.com; Jabe tweets at @cyetain.
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