Jobs asked some questions about education, and Gates sketched out his vision of...– Isaacson, Walter (2011-10-24). Steve Jobs (pp. 553-554). Simon & Schuster, Inc..
The Hub of Enterprise 2.0: The Social Intranet... →
“An intranet that features multiple social media tools for most or all employees to use as collaboration vehicles for sharing knowledge with other employees. A social intranet may feature blogs, wikis, discussion forums, social networking, or a combination of these or any other Web 2.0 (intranet 2.0) tool with at least some or limited exposure (optional) from the main intranet or portal home...
This strategy [social media], should be aligned to the company’s overall...– Scott Clarke quoted in “Discovering the Social Network’s $2 Billion Pot of Gold”
50 (mostly) free social media tools you can’t live... →
(via @TNW) Methinks: A few are worth trying…
6 Gen Y Rules for Older Workers →
(via inc.com) just to be fair Stop judging & start listening: Senior execs can learn something valuable from their youngest employees. 1. “Why” really matters 2. ABC: Always Be Clarifying 3. Stop being scared of technology 4. Communicate frequently and briefly 5. Vary your language and method 6. Explain your rules
The mark of an innovative company is not only that it comes up with new ideas...– Isaacson, Walter (2011-10-24). Steve Jobs. Simon & Schuster, Inc..
The top 50 iPad apps →
(via guardian.co.uk) It’s the apps that bring the iPad to life. If you want to read a book, watch a movie, make a video call, paint a picture or just browse on the sofa, there’s an app for you. We pick the best.
Due to the power of social media, these experts are able to wield a...– Scott Clarke quoted in “Discovering the Social Network’s $2 Billion Pot of Gold”
The top 50 Android phone apps →
(via guardian.co.uk) Android has overtaken iOS as the UK’s most popular smartphone platform. We pick the best of its 450,000 apps, for music fans, children, gamers, shoppers… There’s even an antidote for app addiction.
8 Old-School Rules for Gen Y →
(via inc.com) Younger & older workers have different rules & expectations. Here’s what Gen Y should learn from more senior colleagues. 1. Wake up earlier 2. Details matter 3. Experience trumps education 4. Never be too good to get the coffee 5. Commitments mean more than just “best effort.” 6. Multitask, yes; multi-think, no 7. Organization is speed 8. “Why?” is fine for...
You’re headed for a one-term presidency, To prevent that, he said, the...– Isaacson, Walter (2011-10-24). Steve Jobs (pp. 544). Simon & Schuster, Inc.
An now a word from... The Google+ Director Of... →
(via techcrunch.com) Methinks: Can you say multi-channel integration?
Upcoming Revolution in Web Content Management (via... →
“Systems that were traditionally built for only one channel are now being used across numerous channels with completely different requirements, technology, customer expectancies and processes.” “I could go on and on, but it’s time to face the brutal facts: with the rise of the multichannel challenge, Web CMSs, as they have been built in the last ten years, could face...
If something isn’t right, you can’t just ignore it and say you’ll fix it later,”...– Isaacson, Walter (2011-10-24). Steve Jobs. Simon & Schuster, Inc..
If Social Business is the Answer, What is the... →
(via cmswire.com) 1. Humans, Institutions and Revolutions 2. The Opposite of Social Business is Fear. No, I am not Exaggerating 3. Collaboration is the Only Way Forward
With New Tool, Visual.ly Wants To Replace... →
(via fastcodedesign.com) Methinks: Maybe, I like images over words. What do you think?
This Week: Understand Social Business Patterns +... →
Methinks: Patterns patterns everywhere - are you prepared to recognize and utilize them?
He didn’t invent many things outright, but he was a master at arranging...– Isaacson, Walter (2011-10-24). Steve Jobs (p. 565). Simon & Schuster, Inc..
I’ll give you 5 bucks if you can watch this faster than me. True fact, but you are on your own.
Jane McGonigal shows how games make us resilient →
(via cnet.com) Methinks: Do you want to play a game, Professor?
How To Get From CRM To Social (via... →
“Your company’s all over Facebook and Twitter, but until IT integrates marketing and customer service systems, it’s all just show.”
Content Marketing, or Selling Without Selling :... →
How To Use Neuroscience For Insight Into The... →
Only the CEO Can Make the Big Bets →
How to Conduct Competitive Analysis to Step Up... →
(via hub spot.com)
Homelessness: Hotspots on the spot →
(via economist.com) Methinks: This certainly piqued interested and debate. What do you think?
Fast Company: 20 Top Insights For Creating... →
(via Fast Company) Methinks: Yes, content is king.
A Patent Lie: How Yahoo Weaponized My Work (via... →
Methinks: This is a very clear example of what is fundamentally wrong with our patent and IP system of laws. The idea of patients is to protect and reward NON-OBVIOUS work as inventions. A feed system drawn in abstract and dynamic page generation? Are those not basic fundamental parts of every list and every document a computer generates? I am not sure who to blaim, but clueless patent examiners...
Every Awesome Moment You Missed at SXSW →
(via @mashable) Methinks: Wish I was there!
Pass the Books. Hold the Oil. - NYTimes.com →
(via nytimes.com) Methinks: Mr. Friedman is right on the mark.
Wikipedia and the Internet just killed... →
(via @tnw) Methinks: Just a matter of time. Now we will see if the can add value in content curation and editing without the benefit and tyranny of paper.
Next Gen Customer Experience, Social Customer ROI,... →
(via conversationagent.com) Methinks: 3 good questions - what do you think of the answers?
Forget About ROI, Start Thinking About 'ROE' →
(via socialmediatoday.com) Methinks: Experience Management and Content Marketing are the buzz words that describe the next step for marketers.
CoTweet Gone: Here Are 7 Great Alternatives (via... →
Methinks: A free version of CoTweet is no longer available for social media management but here are 7 others to look at. 1. HootSuite 2. TweetDeck 3. Seesmic 4. Involver 5. SproutSocial 6. Buffer 7. GroupTweet
Why Dropbox Is A Major Disruption (via... →
Chat With Guy Kawasaki: What's the Meaning of... →
Apple's iPhone Is Getting Crushed In China →
4 Steps to Create a Social Listening Strategy →
(via socialmediaexaminer.com) #1: Determine your target audience #2: Identify the influencers #3: Know the keywords and trends #4: Form a social business strategy “The future is all about hearing what your business ecosystem (customers, business partners, constituencies, employees, etc.) has to say and collaborating internally and externally to meet their expectations.”
Why cloud could make crowdsourcing the norm for... →
A Disciplined Approach to Evaluating Ideas →
3 Lessons Every Manager Can Learn From "Moneyball" →
(via fastcompany.com) Methinks: Simple - Don’t think like everyone else
Introducing Your Hyperconnected Online-Offline... →
Personalized Health Data, Tailored Medicine, And... →
(via @fastcompany) “I really believe diseases are verbs,” says Dr. David Agus, one of Steve Jobs’s oncologists and a medical researcher at the University of Southern California. “You’re cancering. So I want to take you from a cancer state to a health state.”