Using social media to help with product development is not a new
thing. The likes of Lego, Volvo and Ford for instance have been
0 replies - 722 views - 04/11/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
It's been hard to ignore the publicity generated by online learning over the past year. Sites such as Coursera and Khan Academy
have proved enormously...
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There's a famous experiment
conducted in the 60's that looked at delayed gratification. The
experiment put some marshmallows in front of a...
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physical proximity have an impact on ones ability to network and
collaborate? There are many examples that suggest that it does. Yahoo!
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What if the biggest fans of your brand are able to step outside the
shopping experience simply because they follow their passions?
That’s exactly what...
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The newswires were abuzz in Britain over the weekend after it emerged
that the youth police commissioner in Kent, England had posted some
dopey things on...
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Once again, the pitfalls of using social media rears it’s head and someone pays the price.
This time it’s not an internal department falling asleep at the...
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Crowdturfing is not a new phenomenom. For as long as communities
have existed there have been fake profiles created. In an interview
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Earlier this year IBM launched a new suite of analytics tools for its social business software. They announced further extensions to their social...
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I’ve written previously
about the increasing use of social media monitoring to track and
prevent the spread of disease. Such initiatives are not...
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In our modern economy you’re hard pressed to find managers that
aren’t striving to make their organisations more innovative. Innovation
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Today, US-based comedian and host of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart, had a war of words with the President of Egypt on Twitter. Think about that for a just a...
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That was the question explored in some new research
by Aberdeen Group. They looked at around 229 mid-sized companies
(classed as employing between...
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When I first blogged
about the issue of whether social media should be banned at work it was
still a mildly contentious issue. There were still...
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Blogging has never been more popular, but whilst the Levinson enquiry
poo poo’d the power of blogs by stating that the majority of them are
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