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This Friday I’m going to be speaking as part of the Podio World Tour about the future of work and the Social Business. I’ll be drawing on recent ideas from people like Kevin Kelly, older work by people like Douglas McGregor and current work by Dave Gray to sketch a picture of the Social Business,… read full post
After a few weeks after I wrote my quite successful answer on Quora about OpenID, the issue appeared again now that Twitter announced more fine grained controls… but only on OAuth and my last harsh tweet I did after I read the good article by Gruber on OAuth triggered a nice response again on Twitter…. read full post
There seems to be almost a collective deja vu among some of the social business commentators of late, with lots of talk about a sense of having been here before, for some more than once. For example, Andrew Gilroy, Oracle’s EMEA Enterprise 2.0 spokesperson, even though attending our forward-looking Social Business Summit in London, still found himself… read full post
Everywhere something works, you’ll see an interesting loop, or feedback cycle: the Dot Loop: do, observe, think.
The Law Society recently announced the winners of the 2010 Excellence Awards. The short list featured several Headshift clients in the legal sector, including Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP, shortlisted for the ‘Excellence in Innovation’ award. Lars Plougmann, former Headshifter and colleague over at the Dachis Group, gave a great overview of the ‘innovation’ by… read full post
This post aims to think about the commonalities of mundane, day-to-day work, or verbs that are universal in corporate life. We treat these as our universal constants, and my idea is that social software has a major role to play in being the vehicle of common business activities. We have only seen a glimpse of… read full post