My observations from the sidelines: Gov 2.0 Conference

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I’ve heard some mixed feedback about the recent CeBIT Government 2.0 conference, which was held in Canberra at the beginning of the month. I think part of the problem continues to be the… Continue reading

Sign up to the Headshift Asia Pacific newsletter

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If our blog, RSS feed and Twitteraren’t your preferred method of staying in touch with us or you just want to make sure you don’t miss any important announcements from us, then why… Continue reading

Social Business Design: Pathways to Success – Tue 23rd November, 2010

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Everyone is talking about social media, social networks, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter but not many people are discussing how to be a socially designed business. A social business is one where we use… Continue reading

Two Australian examples of Socialtext helping to transform organisations

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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 businesses.… Continue reading

Serious games for business and education

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I’ve never been a big online game player (the third world bandwidth here in Australia has been enough to discourage many like me). But, having observed the development of online games and the… Continue reading

The business of being agile

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Recently I noted several large businesses announcing proudly they had adopted Agile development techniques – for example Suncorp, NBN Co, Allianz, Jemena. There is a pattern to the adoption of a new methodology within an organisation. I… Continue reading

Kate Carruthers on ABC Radio National’s Future Tense – technology hype and the FUD factor

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Do you remember where you were during the lead up to Y2K? Kate Carruthers, who joined the Headshift team here in Australia earlier in the year, was recently part of a panel on… Continue reading

Creating Social Value: social innovation driving social change – Oct 27th

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Next week I’ll be presenting at a special seminar hosted by the University of Wollongong’s Social Innovation Network (SInet): The Social Innovation Network (SInet) brings together researchers from many discipline to investigate the… Continue reading

The Future of Learning: Smarter, Simple, Social

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Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting a series of excerpts from research chapters to be published sometime 2011. Some of these topics will also be incorporated into presentations and workshops to… Continue reading

Kate Carruthers joins Headshift team in Sydney

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I’m delighted to announce that Kate Carruthers has joined our Headshift Australasia team in Sydney from Monday 19th July, 2010. Kate is highly regarded as a thought leader in all aspects of social… Continue reading