Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations

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The Museum and the Zoo

The market for Enterprise 2.0 is booming. Client attention is high as blog readership and conference attendance figures demonstrate it. Individual actors know it as they see both their turnover and workforce growing. Reports from analysts confirm it. This is good news: pioneers can have a decent living :-But what this market growth means and… read full post

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KPMG “Enterprise 2.0: Fad or Future” Report – superficiality and consequence

It’s been some days now that I came across the KPMG “Enterprise 2.0: Fad or Future” report and I must confess that I am a bit puzzled by its contentAside the nice looking look-and-feel of the report, this report displays an amount of superficiality and biased information. And that is dangerous for corporate social computing… read full post

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(Non) Adoption of social computing in organisations: busyness or laziness?

Too much focus on very simple ROI measures can be a problem for the adoption of social tools. Olivier argues that we must resist the temptation to turn evolving methodologies into recipes for “best practice”

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WANTED: Social Software Consultant

Headshift are looking for a social software enthusiast to help us
explore how innovations in this area can benefit companies, networks and social organisations by identifying, creating and leading projects in conjunction with our customers and partners.

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