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BLUG Session Slides: Get Social but not THAT social
   

Presention delivered at BLUG in Antwerp 23-3-2012:

"Company regulation versus personal individuality, how do you get your employees to be responsible partners in a Social Business and how do you weigh freedom versus restriction? The whole Social Business idea is based on the idea of each individual having an intrinsic value to the organization that isn't necessarily linked to its role within the organization alone. This begs the question of how to tap this resource without losing control and how to implement and regulate the changes that are going to be needed. How much of this can you regulate (top-down) and how much do you allow to evolve (bottom-up)? Setting up predefined structures and communities (pushing) versus allowing users to instigate the community building, allowing free input and self-empowerment (pulling).
This session will highlight the difficulties and choices a company will face while making the transition into a Social Business and offer ideas and guidelines on how to do so".






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SharePoint Connect 2014 – Amsterdam
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 8:14a   Femke Goedhart
Yesterday I had the pleasure of being able to speak together with my coworker André Krijnen at SharePoint Connect 2014 in Amsterdam. An annual event that with it’s 500 attendees is visited by many from the SharePoint community both in The Netherlands and from abroad. With a broad spectrum of sponsors and lots of great international speakers this event is a definite must go for those interested in SharePoint in the Benelux area. Although I’ve been speaking at conferences for more the [read] Keywords: collaboration community sharepoint
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IBM Insights highlights
Tue, Nov 4th 2014 3:00p   Femke Goedhart
Last week I had the privilege of attending IBM Insight 2014 in Las Vegas. The largest Big Data conference in the world that focuses on Business Analytics, Information Management and Enterprise Content Management. As someone with a keen interest in both Analytics as well as ECM it was the perfect place to learn a bit more of the solutions IBM offers – or is planning to offer – in this space. Out of the many highlights of this week three stood out for me personally: 1. IBM Watson Analy [read] Keywords: ibm applications enterprise integration interface mobile properties
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Silverside moved – Come celebrate!
Mon, Sep 22nd 2014 4:40a   Femke Goedhart
Due to expansion and new people joining the firm it was time to say goodbye to our old offices in Gouda and to find a new (and bigger!) home. So this summer Silverside moved offices from Gouda to Capelle a/d IJssel where we now have a beautiful new office overlooking the A16. To celebrate this occasion we will be hosting a party & reception on October 2nd. Curious about our new venue? Join us in celebrating! 15:30 t/m 17:30: Open door 17:30 t/m 18:30: Official opening 18:30 t/m ..:..: BBQ [read] Keywords: office
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Session slides for our ICONUK session
Sun, Sep 14th 2014 10:12a   Femke Goedhart
Session as delivered by Sasja Beerendonk & me at ICONUK in London on September 12th 2014 Beyond theory: Trials & tribulations in becoming a successful social business Abstract: There is lots of theory about how to become a social business but what really does or doesn’t work? We wanted to know and interviewed 32 companies in various stages of their journey to becoming a social business. Not just highlighting the big wins but also talking about the struggles and small successes th [read] Keywords:
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Speaking at ICONUK 2014
Sun, Sep 7th 2014 3:16p   Femke Goedhart
Next week I will be flying out to London to join my coworker Sasja Beerendonk to deliver a session at ICONUK 2014 on the trials & tribulations of becoming a successful social business. I’m really looking forward to this session in more then one way: First of all because it will be my first time presenting together with Sasja whom I’ve know for years as a specialist of social business adoption and who, I’m lucky to say,  decided to join the great team we have at Silverside [read] Keywords: linkedin profile
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Why? – Why not
Mon, Aug 18th 2014 10:10a   Femke Goedhart
Sometimes something inspires you, hits you or just speaks to you. Today I saw this fragment on a Dutch tv show and it hit a nerve. I’m not in science but I am in IT and I still get asked sometimes “why?”. I’ve never really paused at that question, I knew when I started I was an exception in a sea of men (my then company employed 160 male and only 4 female IT consultants) but I never felt inhibited or held back in any way to become or do what I wanted. The ‘why?R [read] Keywords:




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Dander4Dosh – Break(ing) in the foot
Sun, May 25th 2014 4:11p   Femke Goedhart
Ok, so people who know me might know that I broke my foot last November. I was training for a 15k race (running) and missed a curb…. Stupid, stupid, stupid…. Seven weeks of a cast, a wheelchair and crutches on I was more then ready to restart my live and decided that I had to get back in the swing of exercising. As running still felt a bit daunting so soon after the break and as I had already kind of committed myself to walk the Dander4Dosh I figured it would be the perfect way to fo [read] Keywords: facebook twitter
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IBM Connections Folders #4: Some final recommendations
Fri, Apr 18th 2014 9:10a   Femke Goedhart
This blog is follow up in a series of blogs on Folders in IBM Connections. For full understanding I would recommend reviewing the previous blogs: #1: Community Folders, #2: Ownership of files and folders and #3 working with folders first.   So in the previous three post I explained a bit about the ins and outs of IBM Connections folders, the different flavours you have and how they work and differ from each other. But the question now is how do you use them…? I’m not going to tell you. [read] Keywords: connections ibm community security
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IBM Connections Folders #3: working with folders
Fri, Apr 18th 2014 12:11a   Femke Goedhart
This blog is follow up in a series of blogs on Folders in IBM Connections. For full understanding I would recommend reviewing the previous blogs: #1: Community Folders and #2: Ownership of files and folders first. When I was starting this series of blogs on the different options of sharing files & folders within IBM Connections it was mostly influenced by my own interest in how it all worked. As a Business Consultant specializing in both Document Management as well as Social Business anyth [read] Keywords: connections ibm quickr community interface linking mobile security
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IBM Connections Folders #2: Ownership of files and folders
Tue, Apr 15th 2014 1:14p   Femke Goedhart
This blog is follow up in a series of blogs on Folders in IBM Connections. For full understanding I would recommend reviewing #1: Community Folders first Ownership is quite important in IBM Connection when it comes to data. Why? Well because ownership isn’t always straight forward and sometimes data shouldn’t be public. Obvious! Why would you even need to say that? Well… The premises of any social platform like IBM Connections is to share. That means that in theory the thinking [read] Keywords: connections ibm community security




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