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In this podcast, APQC CEO Carla O’Dell and KM Principal Research Lead Lauren Trees talk about ways to improve collaboration and build trusted relationships in the virtual sphere. The first segment focuses on recent decisions by several large companies to limit or eliminate virtual work in an effort to boost collaboration. O’Dell and Trees delve into the thinking behind these policies , why so many organizations struggle with virtual collaboration, and what can be done about it. In the second segment, O’Dell and Trees discuss a recent APQC webinar by Alok Gupta, data science manager at Airbnb, and how the strategies for building trust in the peer-to-peer economy can be applied to enterprise knowledge sharing.

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In the March 2016 Process and Performance Management podcast, APQC research specialist Michael Sims talks with research services process and performance management program manager Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland about data and analytics: why are some organizations still hesitant about embracing analytics and what are the big analytics research topics APQC will be addressing in 2016. 

For more information on analytics and process and performance management follow Michael @MSIMS_APQC and Holly @hlykehogland on Twitter.

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APQC CEO, Dr. Carla O'Dell, recently interviewed Chip Heath, and asked Chip about confirmation bias and his newest book, Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work. Chip is a professor at Stanford University, and along with his brother Dan Heath, is a master at taking complex ideas based on cognitive science research and translating them into actionable advice. The Heath Brothers have had best sellers with Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die and Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard.

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