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.
How do we *do* social? In our wiki? In the document management system? …or do we just buy Chatter/Yammer/SocialCast? These questions are being asked in many organisations – my own included – and the answer is not always easy. Truth is we *do* social where it makes sense. It’s not about the tool, it’s about… More The Engaging, Social Intranet
After a great day with lots of input – some of which I blogged about here – I was back in the basement for more insights. A little more preoccupied with the fact that I had to do my own presentation (which went well if you ask me) but the day also provided more great… More More insights from the basement – ISM Forum part 2
Internal social media have a hard time getting priority in most companies – if that’s the reason for the Internal Social Media Forum being held in a hotel basement in Madrid is not for me to say, but the thoght did enter my mind during the first day. Regardless of the venue, I did see… More Internal Social Media Forum – Day 1
“It is curious how often you humans manage to obtain that which you do not want.” – Spock (Star Trek) No. I’m not a trekkie – nowhere near! I found the above quote while asking Uncle Google a few questions about how Vulcan was related to Star Trek. It may sound like a slightly odd… More A trip to the Lotusphere and back
-Experiences and reflections from the J. Boye 2010 Aarhus Conference. “Martin, Have you met <insert name>….?” – That must be the sentence I heard the most times at last week’s Conference in Aarhus, and at the same time it describes this year’s experience very well. This was the 3rd time I attended this conference and… More Among Online Squirrels and Networking Ninjas
That is one of the most important messages from Michael Sampson in his most recent book “User Adoption Strategies – Shifting 2nd wave people to new collaboration technologies“. This is the first time I read one of Michael’s books and since he calls himself @collabguy on Twitter I have to say that my expectations were… More Don’t just build it and throw it out there!