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
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
Over the last couple of weeks there have been a number of rather interesting and insightful blog posts that have been covering IBM’s journey to become a social business. A journey that started back in 2001, but that it had its main roots well substantiated within the company for much longer. Interestingly enough, when everyone … Continue reading IBM’s Trip to Become A Socially Integrated Enterprise
I have mentioned already a couple of times how my first contact with social software tools inside IBM, my current employer, was around the year 2000, when one of the communities I still belong to (And still one of my favourite ones, too!) decided to put together a wiki where we could all contribute and … Continue reading How IBM Uses Social Media to Spur Employee Innovation
If you have been following this blog for a while, you would know how I have been blogging for a good number of times about one of those topics that people keep asking me about to share my two cents of the conversation: Social Software Governance and what IBM is doing about it. My short … Continue reading On Governance and Compliance – IBM’s Social Computing Guidelines Webcast
I am sure that plenty of you folks out there may already know about this, but I thought I would share a few thoughts about it, just in case you may have missed it. If you would remember, some time ago, I actually put together a number of different blog entries where I was sharing … Continue reading IBM’s Social Computing Guidelines – Now Updated!
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!
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
Earlier on today, on my blog post around 10 Reasons NOT to Ban Social Media in Organisations I was eventually sharing a number of different arguments as to why social computing within the enterprise is a worth while effort to pursue further. Those arguments were trying to provide a reply to the original resource that … Continue reading KMers – Let Go of Control: Encourage and Monitor
(Continued … ) This is Part II from a previous blog post I have put together detailing some of the major highlights from Day Two from the Enterprise 2.0 conference event in Boston. And I will resume those very same highlights with the Launch Pad 2009 session detailed below: Launch Pad 2009 Arrived late on … Continue reading Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Two (Continued …)