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Podcasts and videocasts – any requests?

Just a quick question – or request for priorities, perhaps. I’m at last getting my act together on doing podcasts and videocasts around my existing and future materials. The podcasts will probably be two to five minutes long, on any appropriate

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Posted in Business, Complexity / Structure, Enterprise architecture, Futures, Knowledge, Power and responsibility, Society, The Outsider

Open Group TweetJam on ‘Platform 3.0′

A quick ‘public-service’ blog-post to document a possibly-useful conversation for enterprise-architects and others. Yesterday (6 June 2013) The Open Group ran a ‘tweet-jam‘ online-conversation, to: examine how convergent technologies such as Big Data, Social, Mobile and The Internet of Things are

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How not to do social-business

At the Dachis Social Business Summit, one of the presenters, from Forrester, showed off their notion of the Always-Addressable Customer - combining geolocation and mobile to tailored marketing-messages. The presenter was clearly excited about it, and the two examples she showed

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At Social Business Summit

A busy day last Thursday at the Dachis Group’s Social Business Summit London 2012, courtesy of a much-appreciated invite from the ever-indefatigable Dave Gray. An interesting day, too – not least because of the parallels and differences compared to my

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Connection is what matters

A great Tweet from Oscar Berg this morning: oscarberg: IMO #socbiz is primarily a mindset&way2see business in increasingly connected & digital age I think he’s exactly right there: in essence, ‘social business’ is a different mindset about the way a

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A week in Tweets: 02-08 October 2011

Another week’s worth of Tweets and links, for once almost on time. Usual categories, of course, with a few extra bits and pieces as usual. Over to you?

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Posted in Business, Enterprise architecture, Knowledge, Society, Uncategorized

A week in Tweets: 25 September – 01 October 2011

Another week’s collection of Tweets and links – somewhat oversized this time, don’t quite know why. Usual categories, anyway, after the usual break:

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A week in Tweets: 18-24 September 2011

It’s back again, by popular (lack of?) demand: another week’s collection of Tweets and links. All the usual categories, confusions and all-too-necessary break before we start:

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A week in Tweets: 11-17 September 2011

Another week’s worth of Tweets and links, for once available almost straight away. Usual categories an’ all: make of it what you will?

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A week in Tweets: 04-10 September 2011

And, for once, not overly late… Another week’s collection of Tweets and links, always the same(ish) structure, always different content.

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