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…
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.
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
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?
Back in December I was recommended to read Enterprise 2.0 by Andrew McAfee and so I did. A very inspiring book which really provided some food for thought and put some of my own thoughts into a new context. This is not a review of the book – I have included links to a couple … More Flight E-2.0 taking off – Destination: Unknown