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Social Companies part two
Back to the heart of the matter: recursion and the revival of meaning
The Internet is changing the way we organize work. It is shifting the requirement for what we call the ‘schedule push’ and the hierarchical organization that it implies, and therefore it is removing the type of control that is conventionally used.
Published on 27-05-2010 [IT / Internet, Article]
Social Companies: from survival of the fittest to survival of the most cooperative
The Internet is changing the way we organize work. It is shifting the requirement for what we call the ‘schedule push’ and the hierarchical organisation that it implies, and therefore it is removing the type of control that is conventionally used to match resources to tasks, and customer demand to supplies and services.
Published on 08-05-2010 [IT / Internet, Article]
How emotional are your business goals?
Some arguments against corporate blogging
Corporate blogs are like the corporate polls and forums from the haydays of the internet revolution. These were short lived hypes, well marketed by IT-vendors. What binds all these gimmicks is their lack of practical purpose other than the seemingly never ending quest for interaction amongst communication advisors.
Published on 13-03-2007 [IT / Internet, Article]
The art of blogging
Interview with David Maister: “Blogging helps me make progress”
Blogging is exploding! Is it the next hype? Well known management author David Maister started his blog early in 2006. What are his ‘lessons learned’, what are his favorite blogs in the service industry, what blogs will survive? How to get interaction and response? A quote: “blogging, like everything else, is about relationships, not quick hits”.
Published on 24-05-2006 [IT / Internet, Interviews]
The Communication Brain BoxPage: 1
A Roadmap through Strategic IT, Telecom Solutions and Content Management
IT experts often make technology so complicated that hardly anyone understands the meaning of their solutions as they relate to real life problems, sometimes not even a company’s own Board Members. What often arises is a Tower of Babel situation, in which different departments speak such a different language that resulting confusion causes a project to be terminated. The author stresses how corporate strategists must come to understand how IT, telecom and content management fit together. Everyone involved with the interaction of policy and IT will profit from a read.
Published on 21-08-2002 [IT / Internet, Article]
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