Jack C Crawford2012-06-01 22:58:48
Please obey the law at all times.  Thank you.


#Learning  
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-01 22:58:48
    Please obey the law at all times.  Thank you.


    #Learning  
  • 1346 plusses - 408 comments - 440 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-01 22:58:48
    Please obey the law at all times.  Thank you.


    #Learning  
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-10-26 14:29:29
    Facebook is done. (IMHO)
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-10-26 14:29:29
    Facebook is done. (IMHO)
  • 1165 plusses - 297 comments - 307 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-10-26 14:29:29
    Facebook is done. (IMHO)
  • 1165 plusses - 297 comments - 307 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-25 18:57:23
    RESHARE:
    You have to admit that this job seeker is persistent and vigilant.

    Reshared text:
    LETTER OF APPLICATION FOR A JOB
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-25 18:57:23
    RESHARE:
    You have to admit that this job seeker is persistent and vigilant.

    Reshared text:
    LETTER OF APPLICATION FOR A JOB
  • 516 plusses - 76 comments - 132 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-25 18:57:23
    RESHARE:
    You have to admit that this job seeker is persistent and vigilant.

    Reshared text:
    LETTER OF APPLICATION FOR A JOB
  • 516 plusses - 76 comments - 132 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-22 22:51:42
    This will move you to action ...
    My very good friend and future Google+'er +Debra Faris (+LinkedIn expert www.linkedin.com/in/debrafaris) shares this from +Seth Gardner's +YouTube page. 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-22 22:51:42
    This will move you to action ...
    My very good friend and future Google+'er +Debra Faris (+LinkedIn expert www.linkedin.com/in/debrafaris) shares this from +Seth Gardner's +YouTube page. 
  • 333 plusses - 54 comments - 207 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-22 22:51:42
    This will move you to action ...
    My very good friend and future Google+'er +Debra Faris (+LinkedIn expert www.linkedin.com/in/debrafaris) shares this from +Seth Gardner's +YouTube page. 
  • 333 plusses - 54 comments - 207 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-07-27 14:11:24
    Saw this and hoped it would help when things get tense on posts:
    Things to say to stop arguments
    - No kidding!
    - Really!
    - You might be right
    - That's interesting
    - Hmmm
    - Wow
    - I had no idea
    - I never thought of it that way
    - Thank you for telling me
    - Oh?
    - I love you, I believe in you. I know that you will do the right thing for you


    G+
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-07-27 14:11:24
    Saw this and hoped it would help when things get tense on posts:
    Things to say to stop arguments
    - No kidding!
    - Really!
    - You might be right
    - That's interesting
    - Hmmm
    - Wow
    - I had no idea
    - I never thought of it that way
    - Thank you for telling me
    - Oh?
    - I love you, I believe in you. I know that you will do the right thing for you


    G+
  • 318 plusses - 90 comments - 94 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-07-27 14:11:24
    Saw this and hoped it would help when things get tense on posts:
    Things to say to stop arguments
    - No kidding!
    - Really!
    - You might be right
    - That's interesting
    - Hmmm
    - Wow
    - I had no idea
    - I never thought of it that way
    - Thank you for telling me
    - Oh?
    - I love you, I believe in you. I know that you will do the right thing for you


    G+
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-24 04:27:05
    RESHARE:
    Via my good friend and yours, +pio dal cin 

    #volcano  

    Reshared text:
     **Volcano - Guatemala.**
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-24 04:27:05
    RESHARE:
    Via my good friend and yours, +pio dal cin 

    #volcano  

    Reshared text:
     **Volcano - Guatemala.**
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-24 04:27:05
    RESHARE:
    Via my good friend and yours, +pio dal cin 

    #volcano  

    Reshared text:
     **Volcano - Guatemala.**
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-21 00:12:27
    I love these videos by Steven Johnson
    This one reminds of why G+ is a vehicle for innovation
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-21 00:12:27
    I love these videos by Steven Johnson
    This one reminds of why G+ is a vehicle for innovation
  • 158 plusses - 17 comments - 158 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-21 00:12:27
    I love these videos by Steven Johnson
    This one reminds of why G+ is a vehicle for innovation
  • 158 plusses - 17 comments - 158 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-02 23:24:04
    Gender wars! Here's the latest share of some quite amazing persons.

    Angels, you have been emailed - please let me know if that is still OK with you.

    It is has now hit the maximum sharable circle size of 500.  Stay tuned for circle 2 in the future.
  • 150 plusses - 164 comments - 35 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-02 23:24:04
    Gender wars! Here's the latest share of some quite amazing persons.

    Angels, you have been emailed - please let me know if that is still OK with you.

    It is has now hit the maximum sharable circle size of 500.  Stay tuned for circle 2 in the future.
  • 150 plusses - 164 comments - 35 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-02 23:24:04
    Gender wars! Here's the latest share of some quite amazing persons.

    Angels, you have been emailed - please let me know if that is still OK with you.

    It is has now hit the maximum sharable circle size of 500.  Stay tuned for circle 2 in the future.
  • 150 plusses - 164 comments - 35 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-06-29 01:10:53
    It's Ladies Night on Google+'s 2nd year anniversary.  Without them, all us dudes would here alone talking about androids and football.
    I am especially thankful to this growing list (440 and counting) of incredibly wonderful, talented and generous souls.


    This is a periodically notified circle. If you were notified, you are in this circle. Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified in the future. Thank you!
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-06-29 01:10:53
    It's Ladies Night on Google+'s 2nd year anniversary.  Without them, all us dudes would here alone talking about androids and football.
    I am especially thankful to this growing list (440 and counting) of incredibly wonderful, talented and generous souls.


    This is a periodically notified circle. If you were notified, you are in this circle. Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified in the future. Thank you!
  • 151 plusses - 157 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-06-29 01:10:53
    It's Ladies Night on Google+'s 2nd year anniversary.  Without them, all us dudes would here alone talking about androids and football.
    I am especially thankful to this growing list (440 and counting) of incredibly wonderful, talented and generous souls.


    This is a periodically notified circle. If you were notified, you are in this circle. Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified in the future. Thank you!
  • 151 plusses - 157 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-30 21:23:45
    Best Google Glass video I've seen so far.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-30 21:23:45
    Best Google Glass video I've seen so far.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-30 21:23:45
    Best Google Glass video I've seen so far.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-28 18:38:51
    The Tree of Life 
    +Cisco UK and +WIRED have a great interactive graphic at:
    http://www.wired.co.uk/promotions/cisco
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-28 18:38:51
    The Tree of Life 
    +Cisco UK and +WIRED have a great interactive graphic at:
    http://www.wired.co.uk/promotions/cisco
  • 121 plusses - 31 comments - 88 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-28 18:38:51
    The Tree of Life 
    +Cisco UK and +WIRED have a great interactive graphic at:
    http://www.wired.co.uk/promotions/cisco
  • 121 plusses - 31 comments - 88 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-10-04 01:41:51
    #Glass. Day One.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-10-04 01:41:51
    #Glass. Day One.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-10-04 01:41:51
    #Glass. Day One.
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-11 16:41:43
    I know (from +1s on the site) that many of you (26 of you in my circles to be exact) have seen this.  Created by our Plusser friend +Amitay Tweeto 
    In the first few minutes here, all I could think of was posting this for you. But, then I realized I was posting it for me. Then I came back to wanting to post it for you.
    May you see the P E A C E in your heart that is there waiting for you.  Really, it is there already. Perhaps this little site will show it to you.

    - Have you visited this page today?
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-11 16:41:43
    I know (from +1s on the site) that many of you (26 of you in my circles to be exact) have seen this.  Created by our Plusser friend +Amitay Tweeto 
    In the first few minutes here, all I could think of was posting this for you. But, then I realized I was posting it for me. Then I came back to wanting to post it for you.
    May you see the P E A C E in your heart that is there waiting for you.  Really, it is there already. Perhaps this little site will show it to you.

    - Have you visited this page today?
  • 144 plusses - 68 comments - 46 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-06-11 16:41:43
    I know (from +1s on the site) that many of you (26 of you in my circles to be exact) have seen this.  Created by our Plusser friend +Amitay Tweeto 
    In the first few minutes here, all I could think of was posting this for you. But, then I realized I was posting it for me. Then I came back to wanting to post it for you.
    May you see the P E A C E in your heart that is there waiting for you.  Really, it is there already. Perhaps this little site will show it to you.

    - Have you visited this page today?
  • 144 plusses - 68 comments - 46 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-12 15:20:52
    RESHARE:
    I have this posted up in my office!  h/t +Linda Besh 

    Reshared text:
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-12 15:20:52
    RESHARE:
    I have this posted up in my office!  h/t +Linda Besh 

    Reshared text:
  • 179 plusses - 25 comments - 38 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-09-12 15:20:52
    RESHARE:
    I have this posted up in my office!  h/t +Linda Besh 

    Reshared text:
  • 179 plusses - 25 comments - 38 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-06 01:34:55
    Earlier I shared a small circle of gentlemen who make my life on G+ awesome.

    Here is a much larger group (and growing) of wonderful women who make G+ awesome and who from time to time, take a moment to say hi to this virtual traveler.

    You can't go wrong by adding this entire group to your circles.
  • 117 plusses - 128 comments - 23 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-06 01:34:55
    Earlier I shared a small circle of gentlemen who make my life on G+ awesome.

    Here is a much larger group (and growing) of wonderful women who make G+ awesome and who from time to time, take a moment to say hi to this virtual traveler.

    You can't go wrong by adding this entire group to your circles.
  • 117 plusses - 128 comments - 23 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-06 01:34:55
    Earlier I shared a small circle of gentlemen who make my life on G+ awesome.

    Here is a much larger group (and growing) of wonderful women who make G+ awesome and who from time to time, take a moment to say hi to this virtual traveler.

    You can't go wrong by adding this entire group to your circles.
  • 117 plusses - 128 comments - 23 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-07 21:06:16
    +HP really got my attention today with this thought provoking article. With support from research by +Deloitte, +PwC and others, they pose this:

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    What are your thoughts?

    Text of the article:

    You might not recognize the workplace of the future
    January 2013

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    Our Enterprise 20/20 community, an online collaboration of top executives, analysts, technologists and industry peers, began asking this question and the resulting discussion was so engaging that we turned it into a chapter in our crowd-sourced e-book, “Employee 20/20.” Here are some of the top-level predictions that emerged from our looking glass into the future of the workplace.

    9-to-5 no more
    A global marketplace demands constant attention. Enterprises in 2020 will need to be active 24/7 to keep up. Employees of the future will need to be able to do work anywhere, at anytime, to balance their jobs and their personal lives. Flexible work schedules will be the norm, as will globally disparate teams blending contract and full-time employees who collaborate remotely. Developing technologies such as virtualization, cloud services, and resource sharing will enable this working model.

    Big corporate campuses will be a thing of the past
    Corporate campuses are increasingly becoming deserted as employees ask to work elsewhere to achieve better work-life balance and companies look for ways to trim budgets and facilities footprints. A study by Deloitte [1] noted that between 30 and 40 percent of physical workspaces are vacant at any given moment of a traditional business day. That trend is expected to increase as we move toward the year 2020.

    But the corporate office won’t totally disappear. A study conducted by Knoll [2] concluded that centralized offices will transition to collaboration centers for critical face-to-face interactions such as customer interactions, trainings, intensive work sessions, and social events.

    The app-store will replace the corporate stack
    Consumers already expect a certain amount of personalization with their electronic devices. And as workers become more accustomed to blending their professional and personal lives, they’ll need the ability to self-select the tools and levels of access that make their jobs easier.

    It’s impractical for the IT department to customize each employee’s technology set up. To meet these expectations, the IT department of 2020 must adopt an app-store mentality, allowing employees to self-select from one central repository which apps they need to do their jobs effectively.

    A focus on results over face time
    In 2020, the idea that a productive employee is one who puts in a 40-hour workweek will no longer apply. According to Gartner, “the core value lies in non-routine processes, uniquely human, analytical or interactive contributions that result in words like ‘discovery, innovation, teaming, leading, selling and learning.’” [3]

    The demands of a global marketplace, as well as workers’ increasing expectations of flexible work arrangements will force enterprises to define productivity based on what an employee accomplishes, rather than the number of hours logged behind a desk. The job of IT will be to provide the tools and infrastructure needed to increase productivity and collaboration so as to maximize the efforts of tomorrow’s employees.

    Millenials will drive a new workplace culture
    By 2020, Millenials, the newest generation of workers, will make up at least half of the workforce. Millenials are the first generation of truly connected digital natives, having grown up with broadband Internet access, PCs and mobile devices. And their expectations will be very different from those of previous generations.

    According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report, Millenials will expect to have varied careers, constant feedback from their employer, and speedy ascension through a company’s ranks. Job-hopping will be the standard career-management practice. To retain their best and brightest, enterprises will need to embrace employee-centric policies like ongoing training, social media technologies, and flexible work arrangements.

    What’s your perspective?
    You likely have your own ideas about the future of the workplace and we’d like to hear them. Join our Enterprise 20/20 community to share your perspective on the many aspects shaping the enterprise of the future, including the role of the CIO, the dev center, marketing, and IT operations. 


    tag +martin shervington +John Kellden +Gregory Esau +Gary S. Hart +Giselle Minoli +Monika Ljubičić +Denis Wallez +Denis Labelle +Gideon Rosenblatt +Sarah Hill +Susanne Ramharter 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-07 21:06:16
    +HP really got my attention today with this thought provoking article. With support from research by +Deloitte, +PwC and others, they pose this:

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    What are your thoughts?

    Text of the article:

    You might not recognize the workplace of the future
    January 2013

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    Our Enterprise 20/20 community, an online collaboration of top executives, analysts, technologists and industry peers, began asking this question and the resulting discussion was so engaging that we turned it into a chapter in our crowd-sourced e-book, “Employee 20/20.” Here are some of the top-level predictions that emerged from our looking glass into the future of the workplace.

    9-to-5 no more
    A global marketplace demands constant attention. Enterprises in 2020 will need to be active 24/7 to keep up. Employees of the future will need to be able to do work anywhere, at anytime, to balance their jobs and their personal lives. Flexible work schedules will be the norm, as will globally disparate teams blending contract and full-time employees who collaborate remotely. Developing technologies such as virtualization, cloud services, and resource sharing will enable this working model.

    Big corporate campuses will be a thing of the past
    Corporate campuses are increasingly becoming deserted as employees ask to work elsewhere to achieve better work-life balance and companies look for ways to trim budgets and facilities footprints. A study by Deloitte [1] noted that between 30 and 40 percent of physical workspaces are vacant at any given moment of a traditional business day. That trend is expected to increase as we move toward the year 2020.

    But the corporate office won’t totally disappear. A study conducted by Knoll [2] concluded that centralized offices will transition to collaboration centers for critical face-to-face interactions such as customer interactions, trainings, intensive work sessions, and social events.

    The app-store will replace the corporate stack
    Consumers already expect a certain amount of personalization with their electronic devices. And as workers become more accustomed to blending their professional and personal lives, they’ll need the ability to self-select the tools and levels of access that make their jobs easier.

    It’s impractical for the IT department to customize each employee’s technology set up. To meet these expectations, the IT department of 2020 must adopt an app-store mentality, allowing employees to self-select from one central repository which apps they need to do their jobs effectively.

    A focus on results over face time
    In 2020, the idea that a productive employee is one who puts in a 40-hour workweek will no longer apply. According to Gartner, “the core value lies in non-routine processes, uniquely human, analytical or interactive contributions that result in words like ‘discovery, innovation, teaming, leading, selling and learning.’” [3]

    The demands of a global marketplace, as well as workers’ increasing expectations of flexible work arrangements will force enterprises to define productivity based on what an employee accomplishes, rather than the number of hours logged behind a desk. The job of IT will be to provide the tools and infrastructure needed to increase productivity and collaboration so as to maximize the efforts of tomorrow’s employees.

    Millenials will drive a new workplace culture
    By 2020, Millenials, the newest generation of workers, will make up at least half of the workforce. Millenials are the first generation of truly connected digital natives, having grown up with broadband Internet access, PCs and mobile devices. And their expectations will be very different from those of previous generations.

    According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report, Millenials will expect to have varied careers, constant feedback from their employer, and speedy ascension through a company’s ranks. Job-hopping will be the standard career-management practice. To retain their best and brightest, enterprises will need to embrace employee-centric policies like ongoing training, social media technologies, and flexible work arrangements.

    What’s your perspective?
    You likely have your own ideas about the future of the workplace and we’d like to hear them. Join our Enterprise 20/20 community to share your perspective on the many aspects shaping the enterprise of the future, including the role of the CIO, the dev center, marketing, and IT operations. 


    tag +martin shervington +John Kellden +Gregory Esau +Gary S. Hart +Giselle Minoli +Monika Ljubičić +Denis Wallez +Denis Labelle +Gideon Rosenblatt +Sarah Hill +Susanne Ramharter 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-01-07 21:06:16
    +HP really got my attention today with this thought provoking article. With support from research by +Deloitte, +PwC and others, they pose this:

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    What are your thoughts?

    Text of the article:

    You might not recognize the workplace of the future
    January 2013

    Technology has an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps most dramatically on how we work. The way in which we create, collaborate and communicate in the workplace is much different than it was ten years ago. Globalization and changing workforce demographics are redefining what it means to work. How will the workplace change in years to come?

    Our Enterprise 20/20 community, an online collaboration of top executives, analysts, technologists and industry peers, began asking this question and the resulting discussion was so engaging that we turned it into a chapter in our crowd-sourced e-book, “Employee 20/20.” Here are some of the top-level predictions that emerged from our looking glass into the future of the workplace.

    9-to-5 no more
    A global marketplace demands constant attention. Enterprises in 2020 will need to be active 24/7 to keep up. Employees of the future will need to be able to do work anywhere, at anytime, to balance their jobs and their personal lives. Flexible work schedules will be the norm, as will globally disparate teams blending contract and full-time employees who collaborate remotely. Developing technologies such as virtualization, cloud services, and resource sharing will enable this working model.

    Big corporate campuses will be a thing of the past
    Corporate campuses are increasingly becoming deserted as employees ask to work elsewhere to achieve better work-life balance and companies look for ways to trim budgets and facilities footprints. A study by Deloitte [1] noted that between 30 and 40 percent of physical workspaces are vacant at any given moment of a traditional business day. That trend is expected to increase as we move toward the year 2020.

    But the corporate office won’t totally disappear. A study conducted by Knoll [2] concluded that centralized offices will transition to collaboration centers for critical face-to-face interactions such as customer interactions, trainings, intensive work sessions, and social events.

    The app-store will replace the corporate stack
    Consumers already expect a certain amount of personalization with their electronic devices. And as workers become more accustomed to blending their professional and personal lives, they’ll need the ability to self-select the tools and levels of access that make their jobs easier.

    It’s impractical for the IT department to customize each employee’s technology set up. To meet these expectations, the IT department of 2020 must adopt an app-store mentality, allowing employees to self-select from one central repository which apps they need to do their jobs effectively.

    A focus on results over face time
    In 2020, the idea that a productive employee is one who puts in a 40-hour workweek will no longer apply. According to Gartner, “the core value lies in non-routine processes, uniquely human, analytical or interactive contributions that result in words like ‘discovery, innovation, teaming, leading, selling and learning.’” [3]

    The demands of a global marketplace, as well as workers’ increasing expectations of flexible work arrangements will force enterprises to define productivity based on what an employee accomplishes, rather than the number of hours logged behind a desk. The job of IT will be to provide the tools and infrastructure needed to increase productivity and collaboration so as to maximize the efforts of tomorrow’s employees.

    Millenials will drive a new workplace culture
    By 2020, Millenials, the newest generation of workers, will make up at least half of the workforce. Millenials are the first generation of truly connected digital natives, having grown up with broadband Internet access, PCs and mobile devices. And their expectations will be very different from those of previous generations.

    According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report, Millenials will expect to have varied careers, constant feedback from their employer, and speedy ascension through a company’s ranks. Job-hopping will be the standard career-management practice. To retain their best and brightest, enterprises will need to embrace employee-centric policies like ongoing training, social media technologies, and flexible work arrangements.

    What’s your perspective?
    You likely have your own ideas about the future of the workplace and we’d like to hear them. Join our Enterprise 20/20 community to share your perspective on the many aspects shaping the enterprise of the future, including the role of the CIO, the dev center, marketing, and IT operations. 


    tag +martin shervington +John Kellden +Gregory Esau +Gary S. Hart +Giselle Minoli +Monika Ljubičić +Denis Wallez +Denis Labelle +Gideon Rosenblatt +Sarah Hill +Susanne Ramharter 
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-06 04:35:12
    Top 500 Profiles of people who always have something beautiful to say.  (Well, not always ...)  There are two buckets in this circle.  Those who interact with me all the time ... and those who I follow just because I think they are amazing.
    You can't miss by adding these folks.  Worst case, if any of them misbehave, you can uncircle, ignore, block, report, etc.  Gosh, that sounds really harsh ... I really doubt any of these wonderful people will require such action.
    Just add them.  Most of them are truly amazing ... ;-)
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-06 04:35:12
    Top 500 Profiles of people who always have something beautiful to say.  (Well, not always ...)  There are two buckets in this circle.  Those who interact with me all the time ... and those who I follow just because I think they are amazing.
    You can't miss by adding these folks.  Worst case, if any of them misbehave, you can uncircle, ignore, block, report, etc.  Gosh, that sounds really harsh ... I really doubt any of these wonderful people will require such action.
    Just add them.  Most of them are truly amazing ... ;-)
  • 73 plusses - 105 comments - 42 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-06 04:35:12
    Top 500 Profiles of people who always have something beautiful to say.  (Well, not always ...)  There are two buckets in this circle.  Those who interact with me all the time ... and those who I follow just because I think they are amazing.
    You can't miss by adding these folks.  Worst case, if any of them misbehave, you can uncircle, ignore, block, report, etc.  Gosh, that sounds really harsh ... I really doubt any of these wonderful people will require such action.
    Just add them.  Most of them are truly amazing ... ;-)
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-28 15:45:43
    Canadians complain their new plastic $100 bills have unmistakable aroma of maple syrup.   #Irony  
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-28 15:45:43
    Canadians complain their new plastic $100 bills have unmistakable aroma of maple syrup.   #Irony  
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-28 15:45:43
    Canadians complain their new plastic $100 bills have unmistakable aroma of maple syrup.   #Irony  
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-09-23 05:48:18
    OK, last post of the night.  If you check the scrapbook pics on my wife's page, you'll find this one.
    My experience is that women enjoy the words on this sign ...
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-09-23 05:48:18
    OK, last post of the night.  If you check the scrapbook pics on my wife's page, you'll find this one.
    My experience is that women enjoy the words on this sign ...
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-09-23 05:48:18
    OK, last post of the night.  If you check the scrapbook pics on my wife's page, you'll find this one.
    My experience is that women enjoy the words on this sign ...
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-10 20:10:59
    So you all might remember the Angels circle, right?
    This one has 440 cool guys (caveat emptor ... my preferences may differ from yours ... I like all of these gentlemen).
    So here's to the men!

    G+
    {I added myself just because ...}
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-10 20:10:59
    So you all might remember the Angels circle, right?
    This one has 440 cool guys (caveat emptor ... my preferences may differ from yours ... I like all of these gentlemen).
    So here's to the men!

    G+
    {I added myself just because ...}
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-10 20:10:59
    So you all might remember the Angels circle, right?
    This one has 440 cool guys (caveat emptor ... my preferences may differ from yours ... I like all of these gentlemen).
    So here's to the men!

    G+
    {I added myself just because ...}
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-02-28 06:43:46
    "These guys don't practice the fundamentals."
    ~ Uncle Drew
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-02-28 06:43:46
    "These guys don't practice the fundamentals."
    ~ Uncle Drew
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-02-28 06:43:46
    "These guys don't practice the fundamentals."
    ~ Uncle Drew
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-02-28 06:43:46
    "These guys don't practice the fundamentals."
    ~ Uncle Drew
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-26 03:16:48
    225 people who touch my life every day.
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-26 03:16:48
    225 people who touch my life every day.
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-08-26 03:16:48
    225 people who touch my life every day.
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-08 22:07:30
    For all the #WonderWomen out there.  Kick butt at whatever you do.  You go girl.


    From +Linda Coles 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-08 22:07:30
    For all the #WonderWomen out there.  Kick butt at whatever you do.  You go girl.


    From +Linda Coles 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-05-08 22:07:30
    For all the #WonderWomen out there.  Kick butt at whatever you do.  You go girl.


    From +Linda Coles 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-16 15:48:38
    A truly great article by +Jeff Zelaya!
    I do have an ambition to contribute in this way to the planet.  Thanks to all of  you for your support these past two years on Google+  The book I'm working on is http://wortharisk.com  I'm behind on schedule, but I'm committed to getting it done. 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-16 15:48:38
    A truly great article by +Jeff Zelaya!
    I do have an ambition to contribute in this way to the planet.  Thanks to all of  you for your support these past two years on Google+  The book I'm working on is http://wortharisk.com  I'm behind on schedule, but I'm committed to getting it done. 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-16 15:48:38
    A truly great article by +Jeff Zelaya!
    I do have an ambition to contribute in this way to the planet.  Thanks to all of  you for your support these past two years on Google+  The book I'm working on is http://wortharisk.com  I'm behind on schedule, but I'm committed to getting it done. 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-15 17:23:37
    RESHARE:
    Via the charming +Diane Todd !  Thx to +Ben C. O. Grimm 

    #WomanPower   {Shared with (notified) the Angels.  Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified (infrequently) in the future.}

    Reshared text:
    1962 NASA Rejection Letter To A Woman [BuzzFeed | http://godl.es/11yBEkT] :: The woman wrote the letter on the same day that John Glenn orbited the earth. That same year, Hilary Clinton also wrote NASA a letter about becoming an astronaut, and received the same type of unnecessarily harsh reply. Sixteen months after this letter was written, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space, piloting the Vostok 6 around the earth 48 times. She spent almost three days in space, logging more flight time than the combined times of all American astronauts up to the date. ::
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-15 17:23:37
    RESHARE:
    Via the charming +Diane Todd !  Thx to +Ben C. O. Grimm 

    #WomanPower   {Shared with (notified) the Angels.  Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified (infrequently) in the future.}

    Reshared text:
    1962 NASA Rejection Letter To A Woman [BuzzFeed | http://godl.es/11yBEkT] :: The woman wrote the letter on the same day that John Glenn orbited the earth. That same year, Hilary Clinton also wrote NASA a letter about becoming an astronaut, and received the same type of unnecessarily harsh reply. Sixteen months after this letter was written, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space, piloting the Vostok 6 around the earth 48 times. She spent almost three days in space, logging more flight time than the combined times of all American astronauts up to the date. ::
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-15 17:23:37
    RESHARE:
    Via the charming +Diane Todd !  Thx to +Ben C. O. Grimm 

    #WomanPower   {Shared with (notified) the Angels.  Please let me know if you prefer not to be notified (infrequently) in the future.}

    Reshared text:
    1962 NASA Rejection Letter To A Woman [BuzzFeed | http://godl.es/11yBEkT] :: The woman wrote the letter on the same day that John Glenn orbited the earth. That same year, Hilary Clinton also wrote NASA a letter about becoming an astronaut, and received the same type of unnecessarily harsh reply. Sixteen months after this letter was written, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space, piloting the Vostok 6 around the earth 48 times. She spent almost three days in space, logging more flight time than the combined times of all American astronauts up to the date. ::
  • 130 plusses - 57 comments - 13 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2014-06-30 21:58:28
    My good friend and colleague, +David Cushman and I sharing a cold one in New Jersey last week.
    If you aren't following David, would you please consider circling him?  He's one of the good guys (and rather smart too).
  • 129 plusses - 74 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2014-06-30 21:58:28
    My good friend and colleague, +David Cushman and I sharing a cold one in New Jersey last week.
    If you aren't following David, would you please consider circling him?  He's one of the good guys (and rather smart too).
  • 129 plusses - 74 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2014-06-30 21:58:28
    My good friend and colleague, +David Cushman and I sharing a cold one in New Jersey last week.
    If you aren't following David, would you please consider circling him?  He's one of the good guys (and rather smart too).
  • 129 plusses - 74 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2014-06-30 21:58:28
    My good friend and colleague, +David Cushman and I sharing a cold one in New Jersey last week.
    If you aren't following David, would you please consider circling him?  He's one of the good guys (and rather smart too).
  • 129 plusses - 74 comments - 4 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-22 21:47:25
    RESHARE:
    I just had a great lunch with my friend +Scott Friedman near his office in Anaheim. (See Foursquare for the location).
    He's the owner/moderator of http://beyondinjury.com  He himself has a life changing brain injury from the removal of a rather serious brain tumor a decade ago.
    He shared with me how he re-learned everything.  Before I could respond with "that sucks," he explained how this experience has been more rewarding than he could have possibly imagined.
    He's new to Google+ and is just beginning to get his profile completed and is now posting.
    Would you please give him a warm welcome?  You may also wish to check out Part 1 of his story below.
    I truly love the power of G+ and all of you here.  You are each wonderful human beings.

    Angels: you have been notified ... I hope that's ok for today.
    G+

    Reshared text:
    In preparation for my meeting today with +Jack C Crawford, I created a list of my top 10 G+ questions. Although we did not have time to cover all of my questions, Jack recommended that I start by telling people about my past and my blog. I described my background in a series of three posts on my blog (beyondinjury.com). The link to Part I appears below.
    http://tinyurl.com/kvyhgtu
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-22 21:47:25
    RESHARE:
    I just had a great lunch with my friend +Scott Friedman near his office in Anaheim. (See Foursquare for the location).
    He's the owner/moderator of http://beyondinjury.com  He himself has a life changing brain injury from the removal of a rather serious brain tumor a decade ago.
    He shared with me how he re-learned everything.  Before I could respond with "that sucks," he explained how this experience has been more rewarding than he could have possibly imagined.
    He's new to Google+ and is just beginning to get his profile completed and is now posting.
    Would you please give him a warm welcome?  You may also wish to check out Part 1 of his story below.
    I truly love the power of G+ and all of you here.  You are each wonderful human beings.

    Angels: you have been notified ... I hope that's ok for today.
    G+

    Reshared text:
    In preparation for my meeting today with +Jack C Crawford, I created a list of my top 10 G+ questions. Although we did not have time to cover all of my questions, Jack recommended that I start by telling people about my past and my blog. I described my background in a series of three posts on my blog (beyondinjury.com). The link to Part I appears below.
    http://tinyurl.com/kvyhgtu
  • 116 plusses - 83 comments - 5 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-07-22 21:47:25
    RESHARE:
    I just had a great lunch with my friend +Scott Friedman near his office in Anaheim. (See Foursquare for the location).
    He's the owner/moderator of http://beyondinjury.com  He himself has a life changing brain injury from the removal of a rather serious brain tumor a decade ago.
    He shared with me how he re-learned everything.  Before I could respond with "that sucks," he explained how this experience has been more rewarding than he could have possibly imagined.
    He's new to Google+ and is just beginning to get his profile completed and is now posting.
    Would you please give him a warm welcome?  You may also wish to check out Part 1 of his story below.
    I truly love the power of G+ and all of you here.  You are each wonderful human beings.

    Angels: you have been notified ... I hope that's ok for today.
    G+

    Reshared text:
    In preparation for my meeting today with +Jack C Crawford, I created a list of my top 10 G+ questions. Although we did not have time to cover all of my questions, Jack recommended that I start by telling people about my past and my blog. I described my background in a series of three posts on my blog (beyondinjury.com). The link to Part I appears below.
    http://tinyurl.com/kvyhgtu
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-12-25 07:15:14
    Christmas Day #Dilbert  
    #GuiltFree  
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-12-25 07:15:14
    Christmas Day #Dilbert  
    #GuiltFree  
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-12-25 07:15:14
    Christmas Day #Dilbert  
    #GuiltFree  
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-12 15:35:11
    "Prankster targets L.A. stores by placing worthless plastic boxes on shelves with authentic labeling that says 'Another gadget you don't really need' ..."
    +Best Buy 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-12 15:35:11
    "Prankster targets L.A. stores by placing worthless plastic boxes on shelves with authentic labeling that says 'Another gadget you don't really need' ..."
    +Best Buy 
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-08-12 15:35:11
    "Prankster targets L.A. stores by placing worthless plastic boxes on shelves with authentic labeling that says 'Another gadget you don't really need' ..."
    +Best Buy 
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-05-07 03:31:23
    RESHARE:
    Via +Tim Moore
    Best green screen demo yet

    Reshared text:
    Green screen (Chroma keying) in action

    In case you have never seen it before: everything in the same 'key' color (often green as it's relatively rare in non-nature scenes) is automatically masked by software and  can be replaced with other footage. 

    But you have seen it before as your local weather presenter is often shown standing in front of a live screen thanks to the same technology. If he or she wears the wrong clothes with patches of the key color you will notice the fringing. 

    Thanks +https://plus.google.com/u/4/115507729860405305367 for the image
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-05-07 03:31:23
    RESHARE:
    Via +Tim Moore
    Best green screen demo yet

    Reshared text:
    Green screen (Chroma keying) in action

    In case you have never seen it before: everything in the same 'key' color (often green as it's relatively rare in non-nature scenes) is automatically masked by software and  can be replaced with other footage. 

    But you have seen it before as your local weather presenter is often shown standing in front of a live screen thanks to the same technology. If he or she wears the wrong clothes with patches of the key color you will notice the fringing. 

    Thanks +https://plus.google.com/u/4/115507729860405305367 for the image
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-05-07 03:31:23
    RESHARE:
    Via +Tim Moore
    Best green screen demo yet

    Reshared text:
    Green screen (Chroma keying) in action

    In case you have never seen it before: everything in the same 'key' color (often green as it's relatively rare in non-nature scenes) is automatically masked by software and  can be replaced with other footage. 

    But you have seen it before as your local weather presenter is often shown standing in front of a live screen thanks to the same technology. If he or she wears the wrong clothes with patches of the key color you will notice the fringing. 

    Thanks +https://plus.google.com/u/4/115507729860405305367 for the image
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  • Jack C Crawford2014-05-07 03:31:23
    RESHARE:
    Via +Tim Moore
    Best green screen demo yet

    Reshared text:
    Green screen (Chroma keying) in action

    In case you have never seen it before: everything in the same 'key' color (often green as it's relatively rare in non-nature scenes) is automatically masked by software and  can be replaced with other footage. 

    But you have seen it before as your local weather presenter is often shown standing in front of a live screen thanks to the same technology. If he or she wears the wrong clothes with patches of the key color you will notice the fringing. 

    Thanks +https://plus.google.com/u/4/115507729860405305367 for the image
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-04-04 23:57:46
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    Via +Daf Griffiths SOOOO AWESOME
    Thanks to +Ryan Estrada

    Reshared text:
    Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!
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  • Jack C Crawford2012-04-04 23:57:46
    RESHARE:
    Via +Daf Griffiths SOOOO AWESOME
    Thanks to +Ryan Estrada

    Reshared text:
    Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!
  • 86 plusses - 24 comments - 35 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2012-04-04 23:57:46
    RESHARE:
    Via +Daf Griffiths SOOOO AWESOME
    Thanks to +Ryan Estrada

    Reshared text:
    Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!
  • 86 plusses - 24 comments - 35 shares | Read in G+
  • Jack C Crawford2013-03-16 16:18:27
    Beyond the concerns for the creepiness of taking videos and pictures of people without their knowledge, we are beginning to see creativity and innovation with Google Glass.
    Here's one that can change lives for the better.
    #Amazing
    +bitrebels
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  • Jack C Crawford2013-03-16 16:18:27
    Beyond the concerns for the creepiness of taking videos and pictures of people without their knowledge, we are beginning to see creativity and innovation with Google Glass.
    Here's one that can change lives for the better.
    #Amazing
    +bitrebels
  • 117 plusses - 7 comments - 23 shares | Read in G+