Friday, April 13, 2007

Bad Manners

From The Register:

Collaborative technologies are failing because too many users are socially inept and have poor manners, according to a report from the Leading Edge Forum, a consortium of CIOs and academics.

The problem comes because users don't know which tools to use for which purposes, and don't consider the other people involved, so if employers want to get value from the technologies they buy, they need to provide guidance and social training, said Doug Neal, the report's author and an LEF research fellow.”

There’s a slide show as well:

1 comment:

Robert Braathe said...

It's great to see other people are thinking this way...

Here's a great story on No Email Fridays!