It’s been a while already since the last time that I shared over here a blog post on the wonderful Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software, so I thought it would be a good opportunity today to come and touch base on the latest episode available and which I didn’t include in that previous article. … Continue reading The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software – On the Importance of Status Updates
In my last blog post I hinted I will be putting together another entry where I would reflect on something that has been in my mind for a good number of months, if not years altogether. Something that, to me, comes pretty close home as the main problem, issue, bottleneck, challenge (whatever other term you … Continue reading Barriers of Social Software Adoption within the Enterprise: It Will Cost You More than You Think!
Now that I have gotten off my chest that reflection on something I have been meaning to write about for a while now, I think it is time to move into the next one. Perhaps, in a follow-up blog post I will talk a little bit about which social networking sites have now been become … Continue reading Will Social Software Replace Email in an Enterprise 2.0 World?
After last week’s blog post on "The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections — Collaborating Effectively through Wikis" in which I tried to cover in a few words a quick response to that really insightful article put together by Andy McAfee under the title "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Email" (as … Continue reading McAfee’s Hypothesis and The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software
We all know that plenty of people nowadays are trying to figure out what is the main business value and various benefits of using social computing within the enterprise. Yes, the good old Return On Investment (a.k.a. ROI) conversations for Social Software that I like to talk about so much lately. Well, here is another … Continue reading The Business Value of Social Software by Luis Suarez
After the wonderful Lotusphere Comes to You 2009 events (in both Madrid & Barcelona) from last week and after taking a couple of days off to enjoy thoroughly both cities, it is time to return back home and, with that, back into my usual and regular blogging activities. Yes, indeed, it has been a few … Continue reading Impact of Social Software Within the Enterprise by Jon Iwata
Still on the road, currently in Madrid (Where tomorrow I am scheduled to do a couple of internal events on Social Software at IBM), and after a rather interesting event in Orlando with Lotusphere 2009, here I am again back at my regular blogging, this time around with another weekly progress report on my quest … Continue reading Giving up on Work e-mail – Status Report on Week 50 (Impact of Social Software in HR)
Like I have just mentioned in a previous blog post, in a few hours from now I will be heading down to Orlando, FL, from Raleigh, NC (Where I have spent the last few days meeting up with my entire team), to attend and participate at the always exciting and exhilarating IBM event of events: … Continue reading IBM Lotusphere 2009 – Social Software Programs and Enablement Activities
I was just about to share another blog post around the topic of the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin (Remember you can get a 35% discount by registering with this code: webeu08gr23 – Don’t miss it!), which, like I have mentioned yesterday, I will be really looking forward to attending it this time around, specially … Continue reading Social Software – The Basics By Jon Mell
Continuing further with the weekly progress reports on my giving up on e-mail new mantra, I am back at it again, and this time around with a wonderful link from one of my favourite bloggers and KM thought leaders, if I may say so, whose article I am surprised is not getting much more attention … Continue reading Giving up on Work e-mail – Status Report on Week 27 (Easing e-mail Pain with Social Software)