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A short history of personal computing

A short history of personal computing. [A note: Before I get a lot of email, personal pronouns in this presentation vary by paragraph. I know it. It's on purpose.] Once upon a time there was a worker in an organization. The worker longed to contribute what...

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Chief Un-Silo Officer – please stand up!

I “borrowed” this headline from a twitter entry by Sameer Patel (Sameer Patel (@SameerPatel) 6/29/10 3:11 PM - When you locate the organizations Chief Un-Silo Officer, please let me know #e20 #CIO.). Sameer is being a bit cynical maybe but it captures the essence of many of the...

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Streams and Pages and Apps, Oh My!

I'm a big fan of the TWIG ( This Week in Google ) podcasts hosted by Leo Laporte and usually featuring Jeff Jarvis (author of What Would Google Do? ) and Gina Trapani (author of The Complete Guide to Google Wave ) and a random guest or two. On one of the recent shows ...

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Enterprise 2.0 success – it is all about process integration!

I had an interesting experience at last week’s Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston walking around the expo asking a simple question – “what business problems are you attempting to solve with your E20 solution? “. To me “better collaboration” and &ldquo...

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Lessons from Microsoft on internal social engagement

Christian Finn from Microsoft (and he could also be a stunt double for Steve Ballmer ) gave an interesting presentation at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference on how they scaled their internal podcasting initiative -- called "Academy Mobile." Among the keys to success... ...

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Andrew McAfee Keynote -- 4 Key Enterprise 2.0 Tensions

I greatly enjoyed Andrew McAfee's keynote at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. During the keynote, he discussed 4 tensions that currently exist in the E2.0 space. Tension #1 -- "Cargo Cult vs. Infrastructure" During the years following World War II in...

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To Pilot or not to Pilot E2.0 solutions.

Much discussion about the need to pilot E2.0 solutions have taken place since Andrew McAfee posted his “ Drop the pilot ” blog entry a little over a month ago. Andrew summarized and responded to some of these discussions and comments in his “ Drop the Pilot, Part 2 ”. ...

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