Grass roots change in the enterprise

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I love the whole web 2.0 philosophy and the idea that we can break down organisational barriers and make workplaces better places for people to create and innovate. But an earlier series of comments by Nick Gonios got me thinking how this kind of grass roots change can occur in organisations. Having spent the better … [Read more…]

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Fundamentals Matter for Web 2.0 Business Cases

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Explanatory note – this post is from the perspective of implementing web 2.0 within an enterprise. As per Nick Gonios’ very good suggestion in the comments below, if you doing it yourself as a startup just go for it (check out his comment for the details). At a recent conference I ran a workshop about … [Read more…]

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The Un-Email Generation

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One interesting thing about teaching accounting students at the university is that I get to ask them what they think about various web trends that I follow. It’s nothing formal, more of a straw poll or temperature check. But it still helps me to understand a more mainstream view of current web trends. This is … [Read more…]

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The LOLs Prayer

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Sometimes when you’re having a bad day the only recourse is Ceiling Cat: Our Cat, who art in ceiling,Hallowed be thy LOLs.Thy cheezeburger come.Thy wants be done,On floor as it is in ceiling.Give us this day our daily Noms.And forgive us our do not wants,As we forgive those who do not want against us.And lead … [Read more…]

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Social networking traffic v. email

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Late last year Hitwise reported that social networking internet traffic surpassed email service internet traffic in the UK. This trend was also noted in Asia. This is a signifier of a shift in the role of online social networks, and ordinary people are increasingly finding utility in social networks. This all makes sense when you … [Read more…]

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