If you would remember, late last year, over at CommunityBuilders, one of our IBM internal communities of community facilitators, we had the great pleasure, and true honour, of having with us guest speaker Rachel Happe, co-founder from The Community Roundtable, come and present, along with Jim Storer, on The State of[…]
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I think I have mentioned it in the past, over here, in this blog, as well how, inside of the company I work for, we do have this rather special Community of Community Managers / Facilitators / Leaders that over the course of 10 years it’s become one of those essential[…]
If you have been reading this blog long enough, by now, you are more or less familiar with my opinion around the subject of Social Computing and trying to figure out its Return on Investment (a.k.a ROI) from a business perspective. All along, just like we did with Knowledge Management[…]
If earlier on this week we were talking about the increasing concerns on how high level executives, CIOs mainly, keep taking for granted social collaboration and how perhaps they need to shift gears and stop considering it’s a given, here’s today’s blog post where I will reflect on a recent[…]
In the recent past you may well remember a couple of blog posts that I put together over here around the subject of the Circular Economy, right?, as perhaps one of the most forward thinking initiatives towards sustainable, social, purposeful and meaningful growth, maybe much deeply inspired by the world[…]
In yesterday’s blog post under the heading “5 Reasons Why Activity Streams Will Save You From Information Overload” I mentioned how crucial and critical collaborative and social filtering of relevant content and people would become within the Social Computing realm in the coming years, if not already altogether, in order[…]