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Posts with a strategy theme

New releases of Confluence and Jira

Today, Atlassian released new versions for their flagship products Confluence and Jira. It is one of their biggest and probably most important updates so far. Headshift has been an Atlassian partner for the past six years. In that time I have seen the platforms develop and truly earn the title ‘best-in-class’ in their respective category…. read full post

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The debate about pilot projects in social business

The debate about pilots vs full implementation raises some interesting issues about what is required to make social business technology work in large organisations.

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Behavioural transition strategies for E2.0

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.

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Knowledge management strategy “is easy”

Denham Grey looks back over KM developments and asks whether KM strategy is easier than we think

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Office of the e-Envoy suggests some take up strategies

Some useful guidance on take-up strategies for UK e-government projects

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use of intermediaries for delivery of e-government services

Kablenet reports that the Office of the e-Envoy has publiched draft policy concerning the use of intermediaries to help deliver e-government services

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