Monthly Archives: March 2008

Talking to Colin Mooney

I had the pleasure of spending an hour or so talking with Colin Mooney this week. Colin has the enviable job of “Wiki Champion” for a large bank. It was great to share experiences around the cultural adoption of Wikis … Continue reading

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Innovation as a differentiator

One of the trends I’ve been noticing over the last 6 months or so is the focus of IT solutions being seen as a way of squeezing cost out of a business has faded. Instead, there is much more of … Continue reading

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Corporate facebook

I was with a customer last week discussing the options available in building a corporate intranet that would encourage the social elements of on-line collaboration (posting photos from the company Christmas party, recruiting the company 5-aside football team, even photos … Continue reading

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