Today is a special day for lots of reasons, not least because it’s the last time for a very long time that we’ll see a perfectly repeating date: 12/12/12.
It’s also No Email Day – a day when us social types use social networks, twitter and all other “social” communication methods to show that email is less useful these days for collaborating with our colleagues than other media available to us now.
With this in mind, I have prepared the attached which you might want to use for your desktop background or something similar. Enjoy.
Growing social business from the inbox out
Sun, Dec 1st 2013 9:17a Alan Hamilton Today’s social tools for communication can make collaboration easier, and give you the ability to quickly find information in the right context. So how do organizations get their workforce to adopt new social technologies? Begin your social business transformation when you turn the familiar email experience into a launchpad for socially-enabled business processes. Being a […] [read] Keywords: collaboration
Social Business Success – in 18 slides
Thu, Oct 10th 2013 6:12a Alan Hamilton Ok, so I can’t guarantee that in 18 slides I could give you all the advice about implementing social business solutions that would guarantee success. However, my presentation below aims to give the framework for discussion. Why not get in touch and perhaps I can help you along the road? Filed under: Social Business […] [read] Keywords:
Social Business Marathon: Appoint Your Successors
Tue, Sep 10th 2013 11:11a Alan Hamilton I don’t need a successor, only willing hands to accept the torch for a new generation.
Rev. Billy Graham
Being the leading light of a project and its main driving force is often one of the only ways that projects can be successful. The old joke about the camel being a horse designed by committee does to some extent ring true when it comes to breaking new ground and changing the perception and culture of your organization. There also comes a time, however, when you need to hand over t [read] Keywords: integration