A couple of days back you would remember how I actually created a follow up weblog post around the subject of expertise location to the superb article that Jack Vinson created over at Expertise Locators on the Brain (Worth while reading material for sure). And today I thought I would also point you to another … Continue reading Expertise Location without Technology – The Power of Storytelling (Part Deux)
Last week you would remember how I created a follow up post from a weblog conversation both Dennis McDonald and myself have been having about expertise location. Over the weekend Dennis shared some further commentary that I will get to in a minute as well, but I thought I would also let you know about … Continue reading What If Communities Don’t Share Their Expertise? – Get Them to Work with You Then!
Continuing further with the subject of expertise location in the enterprise I just wanted to point you folks to another follow up weblog post from Dennis McDonald, over at ALL KIND FOOD, around the same subject titled: Enterprise Expertise Management Systems and Organizational Reality. In the past you would remember how we have touched base … Continue reading Enterprise Expertise Management Systems and Organizational Reality
Last week Jack Vinson (I am glad, by the way, to see he is back weblogging again after his vacation) shared one of the most comprehensive weblog posts that I have read in a long while around the always exciting topic of expertise location where he is actually shifting away from the traditional way expertise … Continue reading Expertise Locators on the Brain – Trusting the Experts
To get things going with the series of blog posts with highlights from the recent Enterprise 2.0 event held in Boston, MA, a couple of weeks back, late last week I had the privilege of posting the first of those articles over at CMSWire under the heading “Social Task Management – When Social Business Got Down … Continue reading Social Task Management – When Social Business Got Down to Work – #e2conf Highlights
Almost a week afterwards, it looks like it’s now a good time for me to resume my regular blogging activities over here in this blog once again more, as I just returned back from my latest business trip (To London, this time around, to participate in SOMESSO/Headshift’s Social Business Summit) and, where once again, getting … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Tag, You’re It!
If you would remember, last week I posted a blog entry around the topic of "Finding Experts in Your Company … Through Micro-Sharing" where I mentioned how perhaps one of the most powerful expertise location tools available out there within the corporate world would probably be Enterprise Micro-sharing/-blogging. But what happens when you are on … Continue reading Finding Experts in Your Company … While You Are on the Road!
There is no doubt that one of the big challenges in the corporate world that every single business faces more often than not is the ability to find experts successfully in a timely manner. It’s probably, next to finding information, the number one challenge that every single knowledge worker faces on their day to day … Continue reading Finding Experts in Your Company … Through Micro-Sharing
Continuing further with that series of blog posts I mentioned yesterday I would be sharing during the course of this week on the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 event taking place in Boston next week, here is the first of a couple of entries where I will be covering briefly the actual agenda of the event and, … Continue reading Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – The Pre-Event
And it looks like I may be continuing with some more blogging on IBM and its adoption of social software within the corporate environment, because a couple of days ago Jack Vinson pointed me to another superb article where one of my fellow IBM colleagues, and good friend, Scott Smith, describes the kind of disruption … Continue reading IBM Drives Enterprise Adoption of Social Networks with New Enterprise Adaptability Practice