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People: The Next Step in Social Software Adoption

The adoption of¬†social software (a.k.a. social media, social computing, enterprise 2.0, etc)¬†within organizations seems to be taking the following general path: focusing first on the tools, then on the broader purpose for those tools, and next, people and their skills … Continue reading

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Changing Thought Styles

Have you ever wondered why things that look like proven facts to you don’t look like facts to someone else? Or even more painful, have you ever wondered how you could have been so blind in the past to something … Continue reading

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The Red Coats Would Have Scoffed At New Media Too

I have spoken to a significant number of business veterans who are afraid of the potential legal, cultural, brand and other ramifications of loosening up their restrictions on the employee use of new media for internal and for external communications. … Continue reading

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The Social Media Generation Gap

After a talk yesterday at the Indiana Chamber Executives Association’s annual conference, i had a great discussion about the powerful generation gap between the baby boomer and the younger generations that have now entered the work force (in terms of … Continue reading

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