mardi 24 janvier 2012

Ray Schwemmer & Rick Havrilla: Dynamic Collaboration - Blog Business Success Radio

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Software solutions consultants, co-founders of CollabraSpace, and co-authors of the insightful and groundbreaking book Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security, Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla describe how to tap into the power of social networking to better facilitate communication in the workplace. They provide ideas for implementing collaboration tools to create your own social network. Ray and Rick demonstrate how to use these enhanced communications systems to boost creativity, problem solving and greater transparency within organizations. The authors also share ideas for maintaining security while maximizing information sharing, communication, and idea creation. The authors show how integrating communication tools, with already existing systems increases internal communication, idea sharing, and improves productivity. Learn how to increase your bottom line profits through collaboration of ideas.

Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla are my internet radio show guests on Blog Business Success; hosted live on BlogTalkRadio.

The show airs live on Thursday, January 26, at 8:00 pm Eastern Time; 5:00 pm Pacific Time.

Software solutions consultants, co-founders of CollabraSpace, and co-authors of the insightful and groundbreaking book Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security, Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla describe how to tap into the power of social networking to better facilitate communication in the workplace. You will learn:

* What collaboration means in a communications system

* Why collaboration is so crucial to organizational success

* How to create an effective collaborative communication network

* How to implement a collaborative system that breaks down barriers



Ray Schwemmer (photo left) has over 20 years of Internet technology experience in large system design and development, project management, sales, and marketing.

As President/CEO, Ray uses his extensive Internet technology and management experience to lead CollabraSpace through the rapid corporate growth of a leading software and services provider. He also assists in building the company’s distribution channels, strategic alliances, partnerships, and corporate development activities.

Prior to starting CollabraSpace, Ray spent ten years working for various IT companies designing and building large-scale distributed systems for both commercial and government clients. Ray holds both a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.B.A. from Drexel University.

Ray is the co-author of Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security with Rick Havrilla, CTO and co-founder of CollabraSpace. Dynamic Collaboration shows how leaders can harness the power of Web 2.0 and use it to tap into the collective intelligence of their organization. The book will be available in October 2011. Visit http://dynamic-collaboration-book/ to learn more.

Ray and his wife reside in Maryland with their two children. He enjoys golfing and sailing in his free time.



Rick Havrilla (photo left) brings over 20 years of experience designing and implementing enterprise software solutions with over ten years of experience working with collaboration technologies to CollabraSpace. He has worked with numerous organizations on their system architectures to integrate collaborative solutions that fit seamlessly into their architectures and products.

As Chief Technology Officer at CollabraSpace, Rick integrates new technologies and determines the viability and potential of new collaboration prospects. He actively participates in the esthetic design, programming, and technical development of all software products. Rick plays an intricate role in the management of projects for our customers, which has resulted in numerous consulting opportunities for CollabraSpace.

In previous positions, he was responsible for seeking new business opportunities as well as designing and developing large scale distributed systems for both commercial and government clients. Rick holds his B.S. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and his M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.

Rick is the co-author of Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security with Ray Schwemmer, President, CEO and co-founder of CollabraSpace. Dynamic Collaboration shows how leaders can harness the power of Web 2.0 and use it to tap into the collective intelligence of their organization. The book became available in October 2011. Visit http://dynamic-collaboration-book/ to learn more.

Rick and his wife live in Maryland with their two children. Rick enjoys playing volleyball, soccer and golf.

My book review of Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security by Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla.

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Let's talk with software solutions consultants, co-founders of CollabraSpace, and co-authors of the insightful and groundbreaking book Dynamic Collaboration: How to Share Information, Solve Problems, and Increase Productivity without Compromising Security, Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla, as they describe how to tap into the power of social networking to better facilitate communication in the workplace. They provide ideas for implementing collaboration tools to create your own social network. Ray and Rick demonstrate how to use these enhanced communications systems to boost creativity, problem solving and greater transparency within organizations. The authors also share ideas for maintaining security while maximizing information sharing, communication, and idea creation. The authors show how integrating communication tools, with already existing systems increases internal communication, idea sharing, and improves productivity. Learn how to increase your bottom line profits through collaboration of ideas on Blog Business Success Radio.

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