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2. februar 2012

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Interview med Luis Suarez – living without e-mails

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Jeg har tidligere lavet et indlæg om IBMs Luis Suarez, manden uden e-mail. I dette interview med Luis, snakker han om hvordan han kommunikerer med kunder og kollegaer i en verden uden e-mail. I interviewet giver han også eksempler på hvordan man kan bruge social software og udsigterne for Social Business i 2012.

Som Luis siger – “My suspicion is that by 2012 we will be stop talking about all this social stuff and will just call it work.”

//Oliver Adan Nyrop-Larsen

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  1. James Gorry
    feb 3 2012

    Luis as a fellow IBMer and X gen leader I too am on the voyage of sending no more than 10 email per day (as a start) and I believe mail is a C drive and “email is where knowledge goes to die” http://www.smh.com.au/technology/biz-tech/email-storm-creates-workplace-stress-ibm-20101102-17brn.html
    James Gorry
    IBM Executive Australia and New Zealand

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  2. Oliver Adan
    feb 5 2012

    Thx for the insight James. It’s exciting to see how the way we communicate is going to change over the next few years. I too believe that email will become a relic, it definitely will change. Not only in enterprises, but also for consumers.

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