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Derek Jeter - 5 Keys to Leadership Success

On Sunday, September 28, 2014, Derek Jeter put his uniform on for the last time. Jeter finishes his baseball career with a .310 batting average, the sixth-most hits in history (3,465), 14 All-Star selections and 5 World Series rings. Like most Yankee fans in their mid-30's, seeing...

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Who should lead a social collaboration initiative?

I blogged recently about how I thought HR should play a more central role in social collaboration initiatives (and it prompted some interesting discussions/debates!), so I thought this month I'd focus on who is currently driving this trend within organisations. It's a question I'm asked a...

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How You Measure = How You Manage

You cannot claim success if you do not have validation through measurement, plain and simple. But measurement is also the key to ongoing management. All measures should supply accurate information usable for making good decisions. To paraphrase W. Edwards Deming -- if you don’t know how to...

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Psst ... hey ... yeah you. You social engineers getting certified in Business Facebook applications! Remember what-you-see-is-what-you-get? Probably not unless reinventing yourself for a living is measured in decades. For you digital natives I'm describing how dinosaurs like...

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Information Architecture, the CIP, and SharePoint: Kevin Parker, Member of the Week

J. Kevin Parker has a broad rangeof experience in enterprise information architecture. His combination of technological expertise, business acumen, and strategic leadership is devoted to helping clients solve their challenges. He has a number of designations from AIIM. He is an ECM and...

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Is Social Business creating Corporate Socialism?

This is not a political post! It's an analogy... so·cial·ism noun \ˈsō-shə-ˌli-zəm\ 1 : a system of society or group living in which there is no private property 2 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between capitalism and communism...

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Hitting the Post

Our poor corporate colleagues. Let’s be honest: in this bipolar economy, we’re either furiously implementing an electronic records management system under stressfully high expectations that the company will solicit immediate return on investment or we’re not implementing...

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Mr. Popularity and Your Enterprise 2.0 Community

Let's do an experiment. Take five minutes and do a quick search of your organization's blogs, microblogs, wikis, and forums that are available behind your firewall - and then let me know what the most popular topics are. Do they involve "social media," "Web 2.0," ...

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4. Enabling Others to Act – Principle 1: Foster Collaboration

Well, let us assume this practice and commitment contains two root operative words: enable and collaborate. A quote from Kouzes and Posner’s book is most appropriate here: “To be successful, teams must adopt a (we will win) mind-set, and not an (I, me, myself)...

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Be afraid, be very afraid

I’m in the middle of a great read about social media and the enterprise, Open Leadership, by Charlene Li. And while a dedicated consideration of the ideas and concepts in it would be a great subject for a post all on its own, I wanted to focus on one aspect of her book , the fear of...

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