As a follow up to yesterday’s weblog post on Enterprise Weblogs – Why Aren’t There More? – A Question of Control? Is It Really?, Rod Boothby created a weblog post around the same subject in Blogging vs. Your Career where he is actually expanding further on why knowledge workers may have several constraints regarding weblogging, … Continue reading Weblogging vs. Your Career – It’s All in the Weblogging Policy and Guidelines
One of the main issues large corporations and small businesses have been having all along, when trying to go through that business transformation towards becoming a Social Enterprise, has always been the lack of an effective governance model and eventually decide to go for the easy way out: blocking social networking sites at work, hoping … Continue reading How Fun and Creativity Can Shape Your Own Social Computing Guidelines and Policy
I know that a few people from both of my Internet weblogs have been asking about this for quite some time and so far I have been given out bits and pieces of information hoping that one of these days I would be able to show you a much more complete picture. Well, one of … Continue reading Blogs Go to Work – IBM’s Blogroll Now Available!
Earlier on today, and through TailRank, I have come across an interesting article by Jennifer Whittier on the topic of corporate blogging: Corporate Blogging: Six Steps Help Ensure At-Work Blogs Are An Asset. It surely is a worth while article to go through specially for those folks out there who are planning to implement weblogging … Continue reading Corporate Blogging: Six Steps Help Ensure At-Work Blogs Are An Asset
Talking about the new style on Knowledge Management, I thought that people would be interested in reading this particular news article: Wikis, Blogs and Other Points of Failure by Joshua Greenbaum on how both wikis and weblogs may not be the best of knowledge sharing and collaborative tools in the enterprise for some of the … Continue reading Wikis, Blogs and Other Points of Failure – Fear Not
I am sure that by now you have read all about the article recently published over at the Financial Times around the topic of weblogging: Whos afraid of the big, bad blog? by Kevin Allison and, most importantly, you have also read about the different commentaries it has sparkled all over the Blogosphere over the last … Continue reading Who Is Afraid of the Big, Bad Weblog?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) A few days ago I was reading the interesting interview that took place over at the Inner Circle Program for Information Technology Leaders on the topic of Blogging in Business where both Tim Bray and Simon Phipps were interviewed and I just couldn’t help making a couple of comments on … Continue reading Blogging on Business
I remember, rather fondly, the early days of the Social Web, where true pioneers, social computing evangelists, die-hard advocates of everything social and, of course, every other curious mind out there wanting to figure out what the fuss was all about that (online) activity called social networking tried to explain (with a certain degree of success) … Continue reading The Untold Costs of Social Networking
A few weeks back I wrote about the first of the 5 pillars I keep using with clients, time and time again, whenever they are embarking on the so-called Digital Transformation journey. Back in that blog entry I mentioned how having the right purpose is the main trigger to get things going. From there onwards it all … Continue reading Social Computing Guidelines and Why You Would Still Need Them
And, finally, the last blog post of the series of entries where I’ve been detailing what I would be doing from here onwards, as I begin my next adventure as an independent chief emergineer. Earlier on in the week I blogged about the why, then the what and now I guess it’s a good time to … Continue reading Let The Next Adventure Begin – The With Whom (#CAWW)