Improving Your Enterprise Social Networking Handicap

Some times you start digging through an old file folder and stumble across something that you forgot all about. This just happened to me. Last year I was attending a class on how to improve presentation skills together with my team. For that purpose, we had to make a presentation about a topic that we … More Improving Your Enterprise Social Networking Handicap

Lookout for Lookup!

Phone books and internal directories generally suck. if yours doesn’t you are lucky because in most organisation the people search is average at best. Usually this is not an issue with any platform, it is rather an issue with all the platforms where the data comes from. in a previous role we mapped almost 80 … More Lookout for Lookup!

Collaborating in a Social Era – A pragmatic take on common challenges in the digital age.

Two weeks ago I was travelling back from the US and given that I am one of the people who struggle with sleeping on planes I had armed myself with some inspiring things to do – among these to read the new book “Collaborating in a Social Era” by Oscar Berg. I have been following … More Collaborating in a Social Era – A pragmatic take on common challenges in the digital age.

IntraTeam Event 2015 – The intranet is dead! Long live the intranet!

Just before the end of this year’s IntraTeam Event a few weeks back, Martin White sat down next to me for a chat about the two days and how it had been. One of his first comments were: “People are so much more positive than last year. It seems like the optimism is returning to the … More IntraTeam Event 2015 – The intranet is dead! Long live the intranet!

Working Out Loud – 3 buttons for finding the right volume

I have never given it a single thought: Why do people share so many pictures of cats on the internet? Until today that is. Reading Simon Terry’s blog post about why “You Can’t Take Your Cat to the Park!” I started reflecting on this. Not on cats and dogs but on Simon’s point that most … More Working Out Loud – 3 buttons for finding the right volume