Enterprise 2.0, defined as use of “web 2.0” technologies to enhance processes & collaboration, starts with the right people driving the change. Sounds obvious to-be-sure. Then why do organizations continually falter? Further, enterprise wide change in general, requires the right people in the right place, who are then, subsequently, supported by process & technology. Yet […]Read More Enterprise Change: People + Process + Technology = Success.
Social Media is not a revolution, but rather the medium to a revolution. More importantly, social media is not a strategy. It is a means to a strategy. Steven Woodruff discusses this quite succinctly in his post. Social change has always come about when enough information becomes available to enough people to facilitate a critical mass to […]Read More Social Media. Sound Idea. Now Lets Get Timing Right.
There has been a lot of discussion, online and off, about social media. What is it? How does it work? Why should I use it? What is the business model? Equally, claims about social media’s importance are broad and bold. A day rarely goes by without an article in some major publication advocating the merits of a […]Read More Social Media: The Accelerator Not The Agent.
So a little behind the (financial) times I know, but the FT (Financial Times) contained an article, “Chain of inspiration“, a few weeks back (15-May-2010), that interestingly considers the effects the internet has had on the design process. My thoughts went further (surprise) to wonder, what can business (design) learn from art (design)? Simple answer? A lot.Read More Life Imitating Art? Good Idea.