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Extract and slides from a talk I gave about the importance of participation underpinned by open data
Over the past couple of months, I’ve spent a lot of time speaking with, and running training courses for, people in the PR and marketing industries. Their roles are changing because customer expectations are shifting – consumers, constituents, audiences and stakeholders who are used to having two way conversations online increasingly want and expect to… read full post
Adoption was a big them at this year’s E20 conference. My focus was on some of the little techniques that we can use to smooth the adoption path for second wave adopters.
Yesterday, I went along to the InformatieProfessional Conference here in Amsterdam. As with all things associated with the web these days, the theme of the conference was Integrity 2.0. Key issues revolved around data privacy, information reliability and management of information overload. Lee gave a great presentation on the use of “Social network as information… read full post
My talk about user-driven companies and how we can go beyond surface-level user engagement from the Next09 conference in Hamburg.
A short talk that suggests perhaps the Twentieth Century models many organisations fall back on are not as established as they think. In fact, social network-based business and co-ordination have a much longer history than we think.
V. Mary Abraham and I ran a session at Legaltech New York earlier this month about the impact of Web2.0 technology and ideas on Law firm IT. Here is an overview and some slides from that session.
Notes and slides from a talk I gave at Online Information 2008 in London about how companies are starting to adopt internal social networking as a serious business tool, and some tips on how to get started.