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Is Football The Ultimate Social Business?

Is Football The Ultimate Social Business?

| April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

You may think it’s obvious that football is a naturally social business, but just how seriously are the clubs taking things? Let’s take a look at Manchester City  which is leading the way in the Premier League with the announcement that it is rolling out full-stadium High-Density WiFi at the Etihad. However, this move comes […]

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Is Your Business Ready To Run The Social Sprint?

Is Your Business Ready To Run The Social Sprint?

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The journey to becoming a social business can be a lengthy one. In fact, it’s likely to be a journey that never ends. As the tools, techniques, channels, platforms and devices continue to shift, multiply and morph, businesses will always be chasing their customers, their staff and their suppliers in the race for relevance. In […]

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Following the Social Business Pathway

Following the Social Business Pathway

| March 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

  People have been talking about building ‘Social Businesses’ for quite a while now. That’s all well and good, but what exactly does it mean? You may have seen one or two models trying pull together the basic themes, but here’s a different take on things from Richard Potter and I, both at Steria and both of whom […]

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Lift and Shift…  Just borrowing this Social Business model for a minute!

Lift and Shift… Just borrowing this Social Business model for a minute!

| March 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about Chris Brogan‘s take on enriching relationships through the various strata of social media and musing on how his model applies within the enterprise.  First though, a quick refresh on Chris’s take on things: Outposts Chris talks about engaging with people (think about customers, partners, etc) at what he […]

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Microbegging… a Social Business Conundrum

Microbegging… a Social Business Conundrum

| March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Building social businesses and helping others to do the same is grounded in the power of sharing. People willingly share their knowledge, their insights, their experience and their time to allow others to learn and grow. It’s a reciprocal arrangement too, so just like any productive social interaction, everyone benefits.  That’s good, right? Of course […]

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Getting started with Social Business

Getting started with Social Business

| March 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

Getting started with social business from Stephen Danelutti

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Organising for the social marketplace of ideas aka Open Innovation

| February 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

A current area of focus for The Work Foundation is how the UK develops a strategy for open innovation. They are building a new employer-led research programme to examine the effectiveness of innovation ecosystems within organisations. One key question which forms the basis of this new research is what strategies organisations need to adopt to […]

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Five enduring themes around social business that ensure its longevity

| February 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

This is again one of those blog posts done for personal reasons, to collect my thoughts and to reaffirm my inspiration but hopefully it resonates with readers. This post has been rumbling around in my head for some time but I was prompted to finally get it out there by a similar post from Susan […]

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10 things that make an intranet social and critical

| February 1, 2012 | 17 Comments

I recently ran into a slew of articles and Tweets touching on this topic. Yet despite all the talk and the fact many organisations understand that the locked down intranet (1.0) of old wont do, I thought there is still much debate about what its new iteration (the social intranet) is and why it is […]

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Comparison of 100 Top Companies on Social Business and Innovation

| January 25, 2012 | 2 Comments

This post is inspired by an excellent post with a very similar title and purpose but different angle. Jay Baer just a few days ago looked at a Comparison of 100 Top Companies on Social Business and Corporate Culture. He took data from Dachis’ Social Business Index for the most social businesses and correlated it […]

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