Social media, reputation and immediacy

Reputation is critical for any person or business – we only have to look at the professional reputations of the James Hardie directors & managers in the news today. Social media can be a great way for companies & individuals to build their reputations. But it also means that we need to manage reputation proactively. … Read more…

Is social computing just increasing our anxiety?

  Since the early days of the internet revolution and web 2.0 I’ve been watching & participating in various ways. And over the past few years I’ve seen its powerful properties of network amplification working in practice. My friend and colleague Mark Pesce has recently discussed these properties in his Big Ideas talk. But with … Read more…

Social networking in the office

We had interesting discussions about many things last night at the ACS meeting in Wollongong. But one discussion in particular – about the use of social networking platforms in the office – really helped to clarify my position. I am getting heartily sick of the debate about whether ‘young’ folks should be allowed to access … Read more…

Is Social Media Still Serious Business? Part 3

In the business arena social media will continue to enable the agile enterprise. Social media provides businesses with the ability to build relationships. This will continue, with many organisations using social media to assist in the area of new product development – crowdsourcing new features as with recent examples by Dell, Asus, and Pepsi. Businesses … Read more…

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