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

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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 team… Continue reading

Powered up Downunder!

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While we were asleep downunder,  the Twitterverse was going wild with the announcement  of the Dachis Group’s acquisition of Headshift – followed by a series of blog post commentaries. Rather than re-post what… Continue reading

Upgrading Democracy in Australia – Reboot needed

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The Centre for Policy Development is an independent Australian public interest think tank. Lee Bryant and I were invited to submit an article for the latest edition of their Insight Magazine, which became… Continue reading

Social innovation gardening

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I wrote this short piece about the relevance of Government 2.0 to service delivery at a local level: The exciting dimension of Government 2.0 is the impact it can have on communities where… Continue reading

Reframing practice: creating social learning networks

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Anne has recently been published in Emerald’s peer reviewed Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, with an article looking at social learning networks: The future of online learning lies with the… Continue reading

SharePoint or Wiki?

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This article was originally published in the May/June 2009 edition of Image & Data Manager magazine. Archimedes famously told us that with a long enough lever and fulcrum to rest it on, he… Continue reading

Don’t short change online citizens

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If you follow me on Twitter, you will know I’ve been critical at times of the Australian government’s recent efforts to embrace Government 2.0 and more technology-supported participatory approaches. So far I have… Continue reading

Photos from our Social Media Breakfast

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We enjoyed a great morning of discussion and conversation at our Social Media Breakfast last week, which was hosted by Marketing Elements at The Vault, at Fox Studios in Sydney. You can see… Continue reading

More on social networking and the legal profession

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The New Lawyer has provided a bit of a taste of some of the findings in our recent Social Networking for the Legal Profession report, which was written by Lee Bryant and Penny… Continue reading

Evaluating social computing options? Some local knowledge can help

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Other than Atlassian (who started in Australia and happen to have an office in Sydney), many of the newer enterprise social computing vendors don’t actually have a local presence in our part of… Continue reading