Yammer co-founder Adam Pisoni insists companies need to ditch “traditional corporate barriers” and embrace taking a risk – because it will allow business to flourish as a result.
What type of thing does he mean? Testing out some of the latest internal communication tools on the market? Encouraging your senior leadership to open dialogue with colleagues? Or arranging a hack day?
Pisoni, who is now the enterprise social network’s chief technology officer, believes small scale experiments can be tested by a business with minimal risk or disruption – and could lead to a more-streamlined and efficient firm.