Introducing Shelley Gibb

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Today I want to introduce another important member of our local Australian Headshift team, Shelley Gibb (aka Mollybob). Shelley is an Online Community Management Specialist with qualifications in HRM and e-Learning. She is… Continue reading

Social Media Breakfast on 29th July 2009 in Sydney

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If you are reading this blog, I’m sure you are aware that social media is not an overnight fad – it is here to stay and it will no doubt evolve and change… Continue reading

Us Now Sydney on 9th July

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If you live in Sydney and either haven’t watched the Us Now documentary yet or simply would like the chance to discuss it further, then join us on the evening of Thursday 9th… Continue reading

Public Sphere #2 videos

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Video recordings of each of the Public Sphere #2 presentations are now available online – including mine: Public Sphere: Government 2.0 – James Dellow from Kate Lundy on Vimeo. There are plenty more… Continue reading

Government 1.0 is dead. Prepare for the Age of Government 2.0!

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When you work in government, there are always lots of training and information sessions on this and that – from how to behave ethically to the procedure for booking a meeting room. There… Continue reading

New report on Social Networking for the Legal Profession

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Headshift are proud to announce the release of what is a major new report, published in association with Ark Group, entitled Social Networking for the Legal Profession. In the report, Lee Bryant and Penny Edwards… Continue reading

Why you should add social computing to your IT strategy

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I’m not sure if this is a trend yet, but I’ve had a couple of client enquiries recently, but not about social computing or social media explicitly – instead they want help with… Continue reading

What is an API? Tim Duckett explains

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Over on the original Headshift blog, Tim Duckett writes: That’s a question I was asked a few days ago by a client.  It’s a fair question, too – there’s no point in building… Continue reading

The Impact of the Social Web on Corporate Reputations

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In this McKinsey Quarterly article (free registration required), the authors look at the impact of two key factors changing what they call the ‘reputation environment’: “the influence of indirect stakeholders–such as NGOs, community… Continue reading

In GovernmentNews: A case of the Twitters?

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If you are a GovernmentNews subscriber, look out for my two page article in the May 2009 edition about the use of Twitter by local councils in Australia: A case of the Twitters?Councils… Continue reading