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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 19, 2017
Meet Liz, a Director of Marketing, and journey with her as she looks for innovative ways to brainstorm and share content with both her internal teams and external agency partners. Liz discovers Box, a simple cloud-based content and file sharing solution that improves collaborative control.
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ibm, analytics, ecm, box, marketing, effective marketing, content, ibm box, traditional marketing
    
IBM
Published By: GoToWebinar     Published Date: Oct 08, 2013
Whether it's a quick brainstorm on a team project or a company-wide meeting, you need to keep employees connected and engaged wherever they may be. Fully engaged employees can readily align what they do every day with where their companies are going. This brief by Jack LeMenager, business communications expert, explores how to keep your distributed workforce engaged with new collaboration tools and strategies.
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business communications, jack le menager, gotowebinar, citrix, marketing, corporate communications, communications, company makeover, workforce, webinars & web conferencing, other
    
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Published By: Apple Corporation     Published Date: Feb 26, 2015
See how you can be more productive in meetings. Innovative apps make it simple and quick to collaborate in real time. Discuss a document with a your team, start a new video conference on the fly, even brainstorm ideas with colleagues. Communicate in new ways on iPad with brilliant detail and immediate impacts.
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Apple Corporation
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 18, 2016
Meet Liz, a Director of Marketing, and journey with her as she looks for innovative ways to brainstorm and share content with both her internal teams and external agency partners. Liz discovers Box, a simple cloud-based content and file sharing solution that improves collaborative control.
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ibm, analytics, ecm, box, marketing, effective marketing, content, ibm box
    
IBM
Published By: Workfront     Published Date: Sep 18, 2014
As marketers, we know our best work is fueled by time to think, brainstorm and explore different directions. But in a world of endless email, status meetings and countless other distractions, finding time to do great work seems to be a lofty dream rather than reality. Check out this white paper by MarketingProfs to learn 4 best practices to find time to do your best, most satisfying work. You’ll learn how to: • Reduce interruptions • Spend less time tracking work • Reduce random work requests • Stop chasing information and requirements
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strategies, creative work, brainstorm, status meetings, work requests, information and requirements
    
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