Those folks who have been following this blog for a long while now would probably realise how, for quite some time, I have firmly believed that the main challenge with regards to the successful adoption of social computing within the enterprise is no other than a cultural one. Nothing to[…]
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So, what happens when two of my favourite people, the always fun, insightful and thought-provoking Ulrike Reinhard and the wicked-smart Lee Bryant (Along with both Dominik and Simon Wind), get together in front of a camera in a lovely place and start talking for a bit over 30 minutes around[…]
A few days back, my good friend, KM extraordinnaire and always insightful, Bill Ives, put together a couple of blog posts under the titles of "Are There Best Practices for Enterprise 2.0 Adoption?" and "Are Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Best Practices Useful?" (The latter one over at The FASTFoward Blog) where[…]
One of the toughest challenges that any business faces when embracing Social Computing within the enterprise is how, time and time again, social software tools keep challenging themselves the already existing status quo of the corporate world. Specially, within the traditional, hierarchical and structured leadership teams going all the way[…]
How about if we finish off another wonderfully busy and inspiring week in the Social Computing space with another thought provoking blog post on the topic of Privacy and Security, perhaps two of the main key themes that keep popping up as potential showstoppers for social software adoption efforts within[…]
I have always wondered when would articles like eMarketer‘s "Social Not a Threat to E-Mail" grab that opportunity of providing a bit more of extensive details on the transition that email is currently going through at the moment moving away from being, consistently, that content repository that fits, and suits[…]