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http://www.ibm.com/services/us/cio/ciostudy/lessons-learned.html?cm_mmc=agus_cioviddistr-20100219-uscxv100-_-v-_-clarke-_-yahoo Mobile phone provider Nokia's SVP and CIO John Clarke describes how a focus on collaboration tools among employees benefits workplace productivity. The initiative helps reduce costs, while elevating corporate social responsibility.
John Clarke SVP & CIO, Nokia:
I’ve been involved in Nokia in our Way of Working—our WOW—our mode of operation and
thinking about how we get things done as a company. Being fairly new at that time to the
company, I was more than fascinated by understanding how people work, how teams work, how
employees work together. What we quickly identified was that it’s important that employees
collaborate collectively. We are a global company. We have designers and engineers all over the
globe, all of them with great insight. It was difficult to bring them together, to collectively
engage. The innovation here was to quickly incorporate and deploy telepresence, the way of
bringing in high-level, studio-quality facilities to let them easily talk to each other, to exchange
information. You’d have designers, for example, working on a device. They’d like to talk about
the screen or the keyboard layout.
[We’d] give them such facilities that they could look at the detail, but they could be in
California, in London, and in Tokyo. The innovation was to give them that facility. It had
multiple benefits. For one, the designers loved it because they could meet without any need for
flying or travel. The facility was so good it felt like being face-to-face. It also had a huge benefit
from an environmental concern because employees are enthusiastic about environmental concern
and social responsibility. It ticks another box in my view on how good they feel. Of course, it
also saved us money through travel and wasted time. What we talked about quite actively here is
less time flying, fewer air miles, and more family miles. Spend time with the family rather than
spend time traveling at weekends. You can utilize technology. We discovered that by some
external research. Actually, in utilizing that technology, it can have multiple benefits. It can help
people do what people like to do, which is collaborate and engage.
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BOB BELDEN BIG BAND "Birdland" May 26, 2004
Jeremy Pelt-trumpet soloist, Joe Lovano-tenor sax soloist
Seneca Black, Tony Kadleck, Ray Vega, Lew Glucken-trumpets
Dave Gibson, Andre Hayward-trombones
John Clark-french horn
Tim Ries, Charles Pillow, Mike Migliore, Ronnie Cuber, Gary Smulyan(winds)
Camera: Mantis Evar
Australian politician taking part in an interview about an <b>oil tanker</b> that spilled 20000 tons of crude <b>oil</b> into the ocean. Actually a 1991 skit from "A Current Affair" featuring Australian satirists John Clarke and Bryan Dawe.
Nothing much to about this one. It's an easy song to learn if you want to.
Got the tab's from John Clarke.
(credit to Fav-Moments )The first episode revolved around teenager Julie Olson (first played by Charla Doherty; since 1968 the role has been played by Susan Seaforth Hayes) stealing a mink stole from Bartlett's Department Store. She lied about her last name, telling the store detective that her name was Julie Horton. As a result, her grandfather, Dr. Tom Horton (Macdonald Carey) and his son (Julie's uncle) Mickey (then John Clarke) were called down to the police station to resolve the matter. At home, Dr. Tom's wife Alice (Frances Reid) was lamenting the reality of all her children leaving her; her daughter Marie (at that time played by Maree Cheatham) was going to be married to Tony Merritt (Richard A. Colla).Days of our lives November 8 1965
The first episode revolved around teenager Julie Olson (first played by Charla Doherty; since 1968 the role has been played by Susan Seaforth Hayes) stealing a mink stole from Bartlett's Department Store. She lied about her last name, telling the store detective that her name was Julie Horton. As a result, her grandfather, Dr. Tom Horton (Macdonald Carey) and his son (Julie's uncle) Mickey (then John Clarke) were called down to the police station to resolve the matter. At home, Dr. Tom's wife Alice (Frances Reid) was lamenting the reality of all her children leaving her; her daughter Marie (at that time played by Maree Cheatham) was going to be married to Tony Merritt (Richard A. Colla).-Days of our lives November 8 1965
John Clarke and Bryan Dawe debate the merits of ship design and the concepts of maritime law in this Monty-Python-esque comedy sketch.
Australian Greens climate spokesperson Senator Christine Milne joins forces with eskimo productions and comedian John Clarke to reflect on climate change action.
John Clarke and Bryan Dawe calculate the cost of the European debt crisis - A comedy routine. It may seemed hilarious but this is actually what's happening. Without all the financial jargon, any layman can understand what is happening to the current economy crisis.
How can broke economies lend money to other broke economies who haven't got any money because they can't pay back the money the broke economy lent to the other broke economy and shouldn't have lent it to them in the first place because the broke economy can't pay back?
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After dance class is over, Paulina (Jennifer Lopez) gives John (Richard Gere) a private lesson in ballroom dancing.
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Cast: Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez
Director: Peter Chelsom
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Producer: Jennifer Berman, Simon Fields, Julie Goldstein, Rachel Hudgins, Amy Israel, Bob Osher, Mari Snyder Johnson, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, Mari-Jo Winkler
Screenwriter: Masayuki Suo, Audrey Wells
Film Description: Directed by Peter Chelsom, this film is the English-language remake of Masayuki Suo's 1995 romantic comedy of the same name; the Japanese version earned a record-breaking 9.5 million dollars in United States box offices. Shall We Dance? revolves around John Clark (Richard Gere), a workaholic Chicago lawyer who, despite a respectable paycheck and loving family, is unable to shake the feeling that something in his life is missing. On a whim, John disrupts his normal evening commute to attend a dance class in hopes of meeting Paulina (Jennifer Lopez), a beautiful dance teacher he would occasionally spot gazing out of the studio windows. Though Paulina quickly lays to rest any preconceived romantic notions John may have had about her, she nonetheless forms a bond with him that goes beyond those normally held by a teacher and student. Invigorated with his new hobby, John focuses his newfound enthusiasm into training for an upcoming dance competition; however, he chooses not to let his wife (Susan Sarandon) in on his plans. Unaware that dance may be, in fact, saving her marriage, John's wife becomes suspicious of all the time he spends away from home and hires a private investigator to find out whether or not her husband is having an affair. Ultimately, John is forced to examine how his old dreams fit in to his new life.
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