Google Analytics is a popular free tool from Google that provides a wealth of information about the visitors to your website. It can take a bit of time to uncover its full use. I want to alert you to a useful online workshop offered by my friends at Pioneer Training. As a disclosure I have […]
It is the holiday season where you should be putting more fun in everything. Rex Lee did a nice blog post, Maximizing Business Value from Enterprise 2.0 through Fun & Motivation.I did a FastFoward post on it but could not resist from including it here and adding some more as I think the message is […]
Jacob Morgan asks this question in his post, Collaboration in the 2.0 Enterprise. He begins with the broad Wikipedia definition of collaboration. Then points out that while collaborate may be relative simple when it involves a few people, what happens when it involves a few thousand people as in the connected 2.0 enterprise?
This is a question I see discussed more often. Here is a post on the collaboration platforms that are integrating micro-messaging. What has been your experience? Is there a role of both approaches in parallel with different functions? Are there different adoption challenges? Here is a set of comments from an email group that I […]
Nineteen micro-sharing applications are reviewed and compared in Pistachio Consulting’s Enterprise Microsharing Tools Comparison. This is an excellent resource for anyone considering micro-message adoption in the enterprise. The reports first defines micro-sharing as “social networking tools and systems that enable listening, awareness, communication and collaboration between people, through short bursts of text, links, and multimedia […]
Yesterday I was on panel at Enterprise 2.0 Conference on business uses of Twitter, How Twitter Changes Everything. My panel co-participants include Jessica Lipnack, CEO, NetAge (our moderator) Isaac Garcia, CEO, Central Desktop, Clara Shih, author of The Facebook Era, and my fellow AppGap blogger, Patti Anklam. Here is what I planned to share at […]
Here is a free enterprise 2.0 tool that is focused on the average business user.