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
As some of you may have read in various forums or in other blog posts, Microsoft decided to disband the global team of Customer Success Managers in late January. I have added a few links at the bottom of this post to pay it forward to those who took the time to reflect, lament, or … More Different dress – Same legs…
Most people who are in Enterprise Social and Digital Workplace space are familiar with the TED talk by Simon Sinek – “Start with Why” – and if not, they have probably heard about it. Heck, I think that most people working with any kind of transformation will have come across this one way or the … More Start with Why – but How?
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.
Next week I’m speaking at Intranätverk – the newest star on the intranet conference sky. Kristian Norling has done a remarkable job of putting together a great lineup of speakers mostly from Sweden but also some notable people from around Europe. Kristian promises to bring a twist to the regular intranet conference and I am … More Sprints, leaps and baby steps – What it takes to make an intranet strategy work.
I’ve just been thrown into a project around change management for a global IT transformation project where we are changing from IBM and Lotus Notes to Microsoft and Outlook (plus a huge pile of other stuff – let’s leave it at that…) certainand a very interesting task. I could be whining about that it’s too … More Read the organisation chart horizontally – not vertically
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…