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Humans Vs. Robots: The Need for a Robust Search Strategy
February 16, 2014 – 7:45 am | No Comment
Humans Vs. Robots: The Need for a Robust Search Strategy

A robust search strategy is one where the content you produce and the social profile you cultivate represent the authentic ambition and point-of-view that your company has.

Collaboration Rules (For Forbes)
June 15, 2011 – 2:04 am | One Comment

Applied to business, Collaboration is the promotion of more efficient means of sharing knowledge and a more effective means of making decisions. Technology plays a big role in the former, but it isn’t the complete package. Technology alone doesn’t give an organization collaboration – it gives it information flow by connecting people. How an organization can effective decision-making is all about culture

Social Media Guidelines – The Sequel
July 30, 2009 – 8:29 am | One Comment
Social Media Guidelines – The Sequel

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webcast.   As promised, I wanted to put some supporting materials online for you.   If you have any questions I will answer them here in the comments area.
There are two …

Case Study – Stimuluswatch.org
March 2, 2009 – 5:47 pm | 2 Comments

Stimuluswatch.org allows citizens to see local government requests for stimulus-spending projects, add details, vote projects up or down and generally discuss the merit of each.  It is a great example of how the Internet lowers …

Wells Fargo / Wachovia Blog: Lessons On How Blogs Are Still A Powerful Tool
January 13, 2009 – 10:31 pm | 33 Comments
Wells Fargo / Wachovia Blog: Lessons On How Blogs Are Still A Powerful Tool

Blogging may seem old hat – but it can still be a powerful tool for a company.  Consider the recent Wells Fargo / Wachovia merger blog… A merger blog?  Yes, a blog all about the …

Wikitecture – What Radical Collaboration in Architecture can Teach Business
November 28, 2008 – 9:19 pm | No Comment

I  posted on Radar about Wikitecture – a new collaborative form of architecture that uses wiki principles of shared contribution, editing and decision-making within the virtual world of Second Life (disclaimer, my friend Jon Brouchoud …

Evangelist’s Toolkit: Facilitating the Conversation
October 9, 2008 – 7:18 am | One Comment
Evangelist’s Toolkit: Facilitating the Conversation

Here is one of the  tools that I use to help mobilize energy and stay on a productive path during an engagement:

Divergent thinking describes a mindset where anything is possible, new ideas are welcome from …