Monthly Archives: June 2008

Case study on wiki use for revenue growth

I attended a webinar last night hosted by PBwiki titled “Growing in a down market with PBwiki“. All in all it was very interesting. Here are the main points: The webinar went very smoothly. This is not to be underestimated, … Continue reading

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Principles of wiki and Enterprise 2.0 adoption

There’s a great conversation going on at the Enterprise 2.0 forum community site around barriers to Enterprise 2.0 adoption. It’s probably one of the most common questions we come across so I thought I’d share our principles for successful wiki/Enterprise … Continue reading

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ROI of Social Software

A lot of social software evangelists hate the ROI argument. We like to compare it to the ROI of email and phones and complain that no-one ever asks an ROI proof for those technologies. We like cartoons like these: Yet … Continue reading

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Social Software Strategy vs Tools

Finally got round to listening to Jive’s Business Social Software Jeopardy which contained some brilliant insights into the market. The overwhelming sentiment was “It’s not the tools, it’s the strategy” – which is something I keep telling clients time and … Continue reading

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How to finish an Instant Message conversation

Instant Messaging (IM) is great – and there’s still a lot of scope for corporate adoption. It’s particularly useful when you want to ask a quick question to someone who you don’t really know that well. It’s not as scary … Continue reading

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International Forum on Enterprise 2.0

Hoping to make it out to the International Forum on Enterprise 2.0 in Italy. Haven’t quite worked out if I’ll be able to make it or not but would certainly recommend it to anyone who can, and if I make … Continue reading

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What is it about web developers

From the BBC News article on the last night before the alcohol ban on the London public transport system “I spoke to an accountant, a demolition worker, a student, and several web developers.” Why several web developers?!?

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