Did you know about our success in the legal and professional services sector?

5 months ago

Did you know that over years Headshift | Dachis Group have been involved with a number of innovative and award winning projects for the legal and professional services sector? For example: We helped…

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Two Australian examples of Socialtext helping to transform organisations

5 months ago

Here in the southern hemisphere, you have to keep you eyes open for good case studies of local organisations taking advantage of the technologies that can enable them to become socially designed…

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A Wiki Case Study: Replacing a Static Intranet at a Law Firm

5 months ago

A few months ago we announced the release of the Social Networking for the Legal Profession report by the Ark Group, which was written by Headshift’s Lee Bryant and Penny Edwards. The London…

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4 years ago

Secret Power Brokers – The ties that bind our workplace

A feature story in BOSS magazine about the results three of Optimice’s clients have achieved from the use of Social Network Analysis (SNA).

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6 years ago

Social Landscape Review: The Airline Industry 2012

A social landscape review analyses the current status across all social media channels – beyond simply looking at popular social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube – beyond counting followers and likes – to determine how brands and customers are engaging with each, their motivations, nature of conversations and their specific context. The […]

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6 years ago

Australian Gifts and Homewares Association

The Australian Gifts & Homewares Association (AGHA) represents an industry valued at over A$20 billion, across a membership of over 3,000 businesses that provide a diverse range of products to Australian households. AGHA engaged Ripple Effect (formerly Headshift) to evaluate what they needed to do to become a more socially optimised business. Prompted by their […]

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8 years ago

Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership

Ripple Effect (formerly Headshift Asia Pacific) was approached by the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership – an Australian based private provider of education in the field of leadership development and executive coaching – in 2009 with view of extending trainees’ engagement at pre- and post-work stages of IEC’s coach training programs. As a result, Ripple Effect worked with IECL to create […]

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8 years ago

Gov2.0 Taskforce

In 2009, Ripple Effect (formerly Headshift) was engaged by the Gov2.0 Taskforce to develop a series of practical resources to provide guidance for government agencies using Web 2.0 tools and provided a recommendation for a toolkit of Web 2.0 (social) technologies that agencies can use based on principles of shared services and re-use. Our research and stakeholder […]

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10 years ago

MentorNet

In June 2006, the Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) won a government grant to develop a national mentoring program for businesswomen as part of the Australian Government’s Building Entrepreneurship in Small Business program. The first program launch in January 2007 and continues to be conducted on a regular basis. MentorNet was the first national mentoring program […]

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