It looks like this week I have been blogging about plenty of content with visuals, and it surely seems to have sparked plenty interest; so, to that extent, I am going to finish up the week sharing with you folks another presentation I have bumped into, which, to date, is probably one of the most comprehensive, easy to digest, straight to the point, compelling, educational, inspirational, thought-provoking and engaging that I have seen in a while. So much so that I run out of words to describe it.
It was shared in Slideshare by my good friend Alan Lepofsky, former IBM colleague, now with Director of Marketing at Socialtext, a couple of months ago, and it is one of those presentations whose incredibly accurate value is going to remain valid for a long while. Why? Because, in most cases, it is self-explanatory; there would be very little I would need to add, in order to understand the concept of true collaboration and the power of social software within the enterprise. And if not, have a look into Connected Collaboration and you will see what I mean…
Great job, Alan! Many many thanks for making our job(s) easier! 🙂
Tags: Enterprise 2.0, Social Software, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Media, Collaboration, Communities, Learning, Knowledge Sharing, KM, Knowledge Management, Remote Collaboration, Innovation, IBM, Networking, Social Networks, Social Networks, Networking, Conversations, Dialogue, Connections, Productivity, Communication, Alan Lepofsky, Socialtext, Slideshare
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