A Journey In Social Media: Warning: Social Engineering Ahead

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A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company. « The "Social" in "Social Media" | Main | More Lessons Learned » November 09, 2007 Warning: Social Engineering Ahead As we progress along in this journey, one step forward lets you see what the next step might be. And weve been out and around socializing our new capability to many internal groups here.

Rex's Thought Spot: Beyond Serendipity for Enterprise 2.0

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actually inhibits the potential of social computing technologies to drive greater value. term, Andrew Mcaffee , Enterprise 2.0 is defined as " the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers.

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Year-End Thoughts On Social Media, Social Networking Social Analytics

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& Social Software (Part 3). & Social Software (Part 2). & Social Software. While a lot of my research agenda and client interactions focused on collaboration and Enterprise 2.0 / social software during 2009, the most sizeable amount of time and energy for me this year was spent on social media, social networking, and social analytics (externally as well as internally). Social Media. One Way To Look At Social Computing.

List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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Social Networking goes mainstream I was recently asked by a buddy to name off some social networking platforms that could be branded or changed as needed (that’s where that term ‘white label’ has come from). But I think blogs are a social networking tool.

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Demanding Change: Can we improve organizational intelligence?

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I have never met anyone who admits to this for themselves, but I have often heard people wondering if their bosses were really as stupid as they pretended to be. So why would we think that organizations are any different from people? But yes, organizations are different from people.

At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

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