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

4 years on Twitter – and why the proof of the pudding is in the eating.

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.

E2.0 Summit Day 2 – Don’t change the process, change the execution

“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

Meeting the masters

I am writing this at the airport after two very inspiring days at the Employee Portal Evolution Masters in Berlin – lots of great input and great people. Monday night I hosted an informal interactive evening session. The topic on the agenda was the future of intranets, but it quickly turned into a talk about … More Meeting the masters

Vanity Pages: It’s not presentation – It’s marketing!

A comment on the blog post “Vanity pages: how to transform them” by Jane McConnell You can’t – and shouldn’t – stop people from creating “vanity pages”. Telling people that they can’t have one can easily be perceived as ”Sorry, your department is not important enough for the intranet”. Since the ”type 3” page is … More Vanity Pages: It’s not presentation – It’s marketing!