You can’t stick a Porsche engine in a VW Beetle and expect it to perform like a Porsche. Roughly translated in social enterprise speak, you can’t shove a 21st century application in a 20th century organisation and expect it to perform either.
It definitely seems that there is a change in thinking this year more towards the dynamic and unpredictable than the structured and rigid. And I’m beginning to think that this […]
Wired Magazine (UK Edition) ran a feature in April 2010 giving examples of 20 companies pushing the boundaries of how they work internally; collaboration, cloud-based teams, loose internal structures, social […]
Have you been recruited purely through the social channels ? LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Naymz, they’re all there boasting your profile to all and sundry and a carefully crafted profile can […]
The danger here is that as social enterprise software becomes more adaptive to an individual user’s needs, it learns their behaviours, filters the information, and therefore potentially could deem a vital piece of information as non-critical and fail to deliver it on time.
Are traditional and archaic hierarchical Business Operating Models about to be replaced by the Social Enterprise Operating Model ? Watching the Social Network and Social Enterprise convergence emerge has raised […]
Gene Roddenberry should’ve been a Social Media Guru. Or maybe he already was a Social Enterprise maven and was way ahead of his time. I’ll admit to being a bit […]