Recent articles and discussion
This is a post from the future to wrap up the Headshift story. Dachis Group, and therefore Dachis Group London, no longer exists. We learned some valuable lessons that we hope to take forward into the future.
Using social channels such as Facebook and Twitter for graduate recruitment has become the norm in a crowded marketplace for talent, but few organisations have been able to “crack” how to use social recruitment for more experienced hires. For these kinds of senior appointments, with the possible exception of hi-tech companies where potential candidates of… read full post
Some of you may have received some slices of our cake via some kind of paper-based medium (imagine!), but we wanted to share the whole thing with you to say thank you for helping us take social business mainstream in 2011: We have big plans for expanding Dachis Group’s European operations in 2012, and you… read full post
http://www.crexia.com/conferences/social-workplace We’re quite excited about next week Tuesday’s Social Workplace Conference (#SWCONF) here in London. Lee Bryant will share some thoughts on “Humanising Social Technologies & Enterprise 2.0 Platforms”. He will talk about how Social Technologies & Enterprise 2.0 Platforms can continue to enhance people-to-people conversations and ensure ‘human’ collaboration is greatly enabled. Lee is… read full post
On Tuesday morning I presented at the Get Social Roadshow in Cardiff under the title of “Social Business Design in Business Today”. The bulk of the conversation was around examples and case studies of good social business design. Starbucks, RedBull and RPC all featured. Before we went into the examples I wanted to get across what we… read full post
Do you work in Zurich or surroundings? Are you involved in Social Media or Enterprise 2.0 initiatives at your organisation? Do you think a social business is indeed different from a traditional business using social media tools? Do you have time on October 5? If you answered yes to at least one of the questions above… read full post