This week heralded the arrival of the Chinese Year of the Snake, which is expected to create many changes and challenges – from climatic to political – in 2013.
What does the Year of the Snake look like from a social business perspective?
Branded content for comedy/entertainment purposes is a tricky topic. Largely because it is most often an ad masquerading as “content” and the perpetuation of the myth that people love “engaging” with multitudes of content.
Looking just at the ratings numbers (and aside from the financial loss), Channel 9 believes it wrapped up its free-to-air coverage of the Olympics in great form. But this viewpoint somewhat contradicts the… Continue reading →
How would you create your ideal learning experience for work-related learning? What would it look like, where would you be? Who would you be with? How long would it last for? Would you… Continue reading →
There are two great new posts from Dachis Group colleagues Dion Hinchcliffe and Lee Bryant that are worth reading together: Dion identifies three key concerns for IT when preparing for social business as… Continue reading →
Writing on the ebizQ site, my Dachis Group colleague, Dion Hinchcliffe, asks what do social business approach offer for enterprise collaboration? In answering this question, Dion highlights three important and overlapping patterns that… Continue reading →
My presentation from Intranets2011 is now available on slideshare: Intranets may not be naturally social, but the people who use them and organisations where they exist certainly are. How do we go about… Continue reading →
I first became seriously involved in online communities while working at a professional services firm in the early 2000s – our total sum of knowledge about running ‘discussion databases’ fitted easily into about… Continue reading →