Normally I publish a brief review of the events I attend on this blog but this time is slightly different. The Intranetizens were not able to attend this year’s event in Copenhagen so I was asked if I could step in. No problem. Thus this year’s review of IntraTeam Event is published under the seemingly … More IntraTeam Event 2013 – Personas, Yammer, and power in social networks
You’ve seen them: 7 steps for a more social enterprise, 3 top-tips for increasing employee engagement, 5 strategies for…. These are all very good and useful, although rather repetitive, but one thing is always left out: The fact that Social networking is for entertainment – not for work! Or at least that’s the way many … More It’s like Facebook – and it’s OK…
I have attended a fair share of conferences and event – some good, some bad. One thing that always makes me a little apprehensive is when the big vendors invite to the big annual events. It’s always a good chance to see all the new stuff in action but more often than not they roll … More Smarter business in the year 2012 – also on paper…
On my way from work today I heard a somewhat funny segment about how companies increasingly were looking for ‘ninjas’ when hiring new people. In fact the job ads mentioning ‘ninjas’ were up 2500% compared to last year – not to mention the jedis and rock stars who also seem to be in great demand. … More Relevance, Resonance, and the Digital Ninjas – Adobe Summit 2012
Today – almost this very minute – it is 4 years since I wrote my first post on Twitter. Now that I think of it and compare it to how much I have gained from using Twitter, I wish that I had written something a bit more profound and heartfelt.The question from Twitter back then … More 4 years on Twitter – and why the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
“Can business processes and social media co-exist?” – This was one of the first big questions on day 2 of the Enterprise 2.0 Summit asked by Bertrand Duperrin from Nextmodernity and that question lead to a very interesting discussion of the role of social tools in the world of Business Process Management (BPM) – something … More E2.0 Summit Day 2 – Don’t change the process, change the execution
‘Social’ was a major buzzword for intranets in 2011. As is often the case, it is far from easy for intranet professionals to figure out what the concept behind the buzzword means for the business and how to back it up with a business case. However, it is clear that many managers and employees now … More How Arla made their intranet more social