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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Cutting-edge blogging seminar

We have just a few spaces left for a special seminar about blogging which we’re co-hosting in with Six Apart, makers of the blogging tool Movable Type.  The event, taking place this Thursday (25 Sept. 2008) in London, is aimed at helping senior editors, social media stakeholders, online community managers and those leading corporate blogging… read full post

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Pew Research: What are we doing for the other 41% of people we want to reach?

The latest Pew report suggests 41% of people are not engaging with Web 2.0. Good thing? Bad thing? Not sure … but we certainly need a better way of getting second wave adopters on the bus in enterprise 2.0 projects.

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Getting by, not getting on: Technology in UK workplaces

The recent iSociety report on IT usage within the UK workplace suggests that we are in a state of low-tech equilibrium, blighted by lack of training and insufficient focus on the human factors when making ICT decisions

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E-learning over-hyped?

A recent CIPD report quoted in IT Toolbox suggests that e-learning has been over-hyped. This accords with our own view that enterpirse e-learning systems are largely ineffective for genuine development within organisations.

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