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The mobile device is headed to dethrone the laptop as the de facto standard gear for knowledge work.
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What do you do with an employee who posts less than professional opinions or images on Facebook about their employer, …
At the risk of offending everyone on planet earth… I thought this satire was an amazing bit of work…- Pure YouTube Genius.
What would you suggest companies do to quantify how Twitter is benefiting / hurting them? (from my Radar Post – Peter P)
(OK – so a big caveat here — The quality of my counsel depends …
I would give you this piece of advice for how to keep up with new technology – don’t try. Use the technology to subscribe to people that you trust – and follow their lead.
2009 was the year that everything received a “social” prefix; social media, social web, social business and so on. I wanted to ask John Hagel – co-chair of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge – for his take on the significance of the term and its importance for business.
John starts with a great quote, “in many respects we are going back to the future:” the Internet began as a social tool with early bulletin boards that connected small groups with shared interests (mainly academic researchers). Then the Worldwide Web came along
Employers have always expected certain individuals to bring their own personal “brand” to work – A newspaper columnist brings readers, a salesperson brings a rolodex, an executive brings credibility and a network of trusted talent and so on.
I was fortunate enough to get a chance to sit down with John Hagel at last week’s Web 2.0 Summit and discuss a few big-ticket emerging trends: (1) the rise of the “real time” web, (2) the move from the information web (the web of documents) to the social web (the web of people) and (3) the continued promise of mobile devices.
So this is a hard question to distill into two minutes. “Is there a difference between online versus offline etiquette?” The answer is obviously yes. I have met a few …