With the crowded vendor marketplace, combined with the often conflicting analysts advice and the perplexing (and often exaggerated) vendor marketing, just how should organisations pick a digital workplace vendor that is right for them and their employees? In my experience it’s important to start with a … Continue reading How to pick a digital workplace vendor?
Social media and the interconnected web has started to fundamentally change the way many organisation’s want employees and others to create, consume, share and collaborate, and indeed the way that a whole generation of new workers want to work. Sadly in … Continue reading Understanding the digital workplace architecture
One of the quick wins when launching a social communications platform as part of a collaboration initiative is to run a managed executive blogging programme which provides content to attract usage for you and serves a useful purpose of allowing … Continue reading How to help executives with their first blog posts
It strikes me that every day across the world’s organisations, numerous documents, thoughts and ideas are generated, collaborated-on and then lost, only transiently visible to the limited number of people that the originator knew at the time. As an example, recently … Continue reading Doing work is harder than it should be – but what’s the problem?
The majority of the work I undertake is with organisation’s enterprise social solutions (so I won’t claim to be an external social media expert), however I’m occasionally asked about how to plan for the use of public social media (such as Facebook and … Continue reading Making Social Media part of Your Organisation’s PR Disaster Plan
Last week I was back in Tampa, but that’s not what I thought I’d blog about, what’s captivated my attention is the future of social computing within the enterprise, specifically – corporate blogging. As I mentioned in my first blog … Continue reading Social Computing within the Enterprise, a fragile ecosystem
So what of the future of virtual worlds? I think most folks would agree that today these environments are in their infancy, unfortunately plagued with technological and social problems (that said, really good right now for simulation and training). I’m … Continue reading Thoughts on the future of Virtual Worlds