-Mark McGreevy, Group CEO, Depaul International, London
'There has never been a time when work and the workplace are transforming so completely. In this important and timely book, the authors bring their deep technical insight and profound understanding of organisations to show how the communities of work are changing. Through insightful diagnostic tools and fascinating models they show how increasingly corporations will be defined by the communities that exist within them and what it takes to ensure they are as productive, purposeful and collaborative as possible.'
-Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, London Business School; Founder of the Hot Spots Movement
"In today's evolving organizations, employees increasingly seek opportunities to bring external social collaboration experiences 'inside'. The ability to collaborate with peers and management on how to make the organization they work for better regardless of silos or geographic constraints, to be a voice in the decision-making process is critical to sustaining employee engagement. The Workplace Community provides practical, experienced techniques on how to do just that regardless of where you or your organization might be on the collaboration spectrum."
-Liam Cleaver, Vice President, Social Insight and Collaborative Innovation, IBM, Washington, USA
'A compelling and practical guide to unleashing the community potential in the 21st century workplace'
-Richard Olivier, Artistic Director, Olivier Mythodrama, London UK
"The Workplace Community is a must read for HR Business Partners, Managers and Leaders in order for them to thrive in bringing back the concept of 'making work matter again'. Leaders who suspend judgment and open their minds to this new way of working will be triumphant in activating and engaging employees. Ian and Matt's practical approach is not only refreshing but required in approaching contemporary workplace organizational models."
-Lauren Klein, Social Business Strategist, Nevada, USA