Expert Talk: Connection, Collaboration and Purpose

Interview with Matt Ballantine

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Helping other people to connect and collaborate can help them get more and better things done, better. But for the connector there can be selfish benefits too, as Matt Ballantine explains.
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Bookboon Expert Talks are episodes of 15 to 60 minutes. Their content varies from interviews to discussions and monologues aimed at listeners who want to delve deeper into business trends. These Talks are more casual than Bookboon Micro Talks and are ideal to find inspiration for your day or on a commuting journey.

Helping other people to connect and collaborate can help them get more and better things done, better. But for the connector there can be selfish benefits too, as digital transformation consultant and “angel of disruption” Matt Ballantine explains. We also explore why “collaboration technology” isn’t really a thing, and so it isn’t going to solve organisations’ communication problems. When people need to connect and share knowledge with other human beings, it’s much more interesting than that!