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5 Things Working Moms and Working Dads Need from Employers Right Now

Today, I’m sitting at home with my sick buddy, incredibly grateful to work for a boss and a company that gets the working parent shtick: kids get sick—and so do we. With all the telecommuting hullabaloo sweeping through the media today, ignited by the Yahoo! telework ban, I started thinking. Is there a list of working moms and dads’ must-haves …

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Get the free eBook now! The Future of Business Collaboration

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Experts from PGi, Jive Software, Plantronics Developer Connection, BrandGlue, Jonathan Farrington & Associates and Frost & Sullivan bring you an exciting new eBook, The Future of Business Collaboration. The free eBook reviews the hottest trends in business collaboration today: Crowdsourcing and Social Business Technology The Consumerization of IT (BYOD, BYOA and more) Mobility and the Mobile Worker Social Media and …

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New Year’s Resolutions for Women in Business

Something about the changing of the calendar feels like an opportunity to begin anew, revive forgotten goals and live abandoned dreams. I find myself looking with fresh eyes upon the past and experiencing renewed energy into a future bright with possibilities. Like the other 72 million women working in America today, all with families, mortgages, kids’ soccer practice, the dinner …

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How to Make New Years Resolutions You Will Actually Keep

Only 8% of New Years Resolutions makers actually fulfill their goals—only 8%! If you’re new to resolutions or have failed to keep yours year after year, here are some great techniques to make, keep and fulfill your resolutions in 2013. Choose resolutions that are measurable and realistic. The #4 resolution from 2012 was “enjoy life to the fullest.” How do …

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Are Cloud Collar Workers the Future of Work?

Information workers are taking over business everywhere. With over 600 million people who specialize in knowledge, not production, the brain trust is spreading from traditional CIOs down to Millennials just entering the workplace. All thanks to cloud technology, from mobile apps to virtualized data centers. With the rise of the new Cloud Collar Worker, are we seeing a preview into …

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Top 5 Awesome Things I Plan to Do With My New iPhone 5 for Work and Play

The new iPhone 5 announcement was today, and I’m absolutely thrilled — which is a massive shock for this once device-agnostic mobile user. Take away my cable. Take away my Xbox. Never take away my iPhone. Here on the PGi Blog, I constantly talk about the fact that technology should exist to make our lives easier — not more complicated. …

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4 Hidden Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Work-Life Balance

Burn out. You’ve felt it. Perhaps you’re feeling it right now. Overworked. Exhausted. The stack of papers is piling up on your desk and the deadlines are looming, but you just can’t seem to find the energy or the creativity to do what you must. The well has run dry. You thought telecommuting a day or two a week would …

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‘Human cloud’ of workers already taking shape

Two-thirds of workers expect their offices to go fully virtual within the next few years, a survey found. Virtualization makes cloud computing possible, productive and profitable. Many businesses large and small think it can do the same thing for work by creating a human cloud based on virtual collaboration, according to a new survey. For some workers, that day is already …

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Event in Review: #ShiftNYC Dialogue on Social Enterprise

In the #shift event series, we focus conversation and thinking about the progression in professional cultures. One of our favorite topics revolves around social enterprise: the power of integrating social responsibility in the fabric of our business models, and creating new types of organizations that not only drive profit, but drive impact as well. We were thrilled to have such …

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Are you connected? Brian Solis at #shiftSXSW

In preparation for our upcoming #shiftSXSW event, we would like to highlight a few of our special guests, and, in their honor, address topics that are near and dear to them. We are kicking off our series of events with a discussion about social convergence and connectivity, and this conversation would not be complete without our featured panelist, Brian Solis. …

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The future of our networked society

This week, I found myself inspired by the video “On the Brink” and as soon as I watched it, I wanted to share it with my #Shift readers. It explores the rapid change we are all in the midst of and a part of, and how technology now enables humans to more fully actualize what we truly are. This new, …

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How does #Shift inspire?

The #Shift NYC un-conference started conversations and inspired new ideas for social enterprise and brand evolution in an age of new media. Learn more in this short video vignette, just after the “Broadcast” salon: [tube]emxZ-31503w[/tube]

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Straight talk about #Shift

What did attendees think of the #Shift un-conference? Watch a brief glimpse after the “Broadcast” salon and listen to what a few participants experienced, including Kassidy from Journey of Action and Brad of Revision3. [tube]hzr3Pvj83fg[/tube]

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#ShiftNYC Continues with Broadcast and New Media

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The second day of the #ShiftNYC event brought with it a generous and intelligent panel including participants from SocialTV, OMD, Social People, Edelman Digital and others speaking on the evolution of media and the new demands of audience engagement. This session discussed social media metrics and how measurement can take our attention away from the bigger picture of relationships. Our …

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The Coworking Revolution

Mobile technology has fundamentally shifted the way people think about work and where they get their work done. Smartphones and virtual meeting products have enabled professionals in every realm of business to be productive, make an impact and still stay connected in ways never experienced before. Our views of the traditional workplace are fading away and being replaced with a …

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The Future of IR is Social

If you think that Millennials thrive on social media, you’re right. If you think that the Baby Boomers haven’t tuned in as well, you’re in for a surprise. Social media has cross-generational appeal and forms the demographic heart of the investor community. Platform of the People More people are using social media than ever, and the bulk of those users …

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