Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Origins of the Fluency Framework

In 2009, the SociaLens team embarked on a journey to better understand how organizations can thrive (or why they fail) in the digital age. At the time, there was a general sense that the increasing use of social media platforms … Continue reading

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Thoughts on The New Social Learning (the book)

I recently purchased and read The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media, by Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner.  I care about this topic for many reasons.  I care because i am a student and a teacher, who cares … Continue reading

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Introduction To the SociaLens Digital Fluency Framework

The right balance of digital fluencies is an important but often overlooked factor of an organization’s success, along with the more traditional factors of proper technology selection, strategy, and organizational structures. To help organizations make sense of this, we developed … Continue reading

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