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…
Measurement and user satisfaction is something that all intranet people think about now and again me included. I have been running satisfaction surveys for a couple of years and although these big, annual surveys have produced very useful results I have thinking about a more continuous measurement of your intranet and how this can be … More Continuous measurement of intranet user satisfaction – Can it be done?
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
I have been a little intreagued by services like Klout that try to measure your ‘social value’. However, after a 3 day weekend I came back and checked Klout and this is what I saw: Did I become significantly less influential because I wasn’t there for 3 days? I don’t think so! If I had … More Klout – a full time job?
Fact: You can measure more or less everything online. Another fact: Web-stats is a must on every site. Why is it that many still struggle with getting the necessary ressources to take advantage of these fact? Last week I attended a so-called workshop which turned out to be a combo of a sales pitch and … More The catch-22 of webstats