Dave Pollard - How to save the world has posted, The Ten Most Important Trends in Business based on a survey conduted by Strategy+Business. I was not able to find the original survey on S+B. Most of Daves ideas are pretty well echoed throughout the blogosphere. Too bad the people that need to know about these trends, ideas, and technologies are too caught in the quarterly numbers.knowledge management Social Media Tools drupal website application development Open Source CMS innovation complex systems corporate reform customers push back crm organizational structures firm theroy
Mary Meeker, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, "The Internet is the most underutilized advertising medium out there". Mary will be one of the speakers at the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco this Oct.Social Media Tools drupal website application development web design website development Open Source CMS sharing open source mashups rss xml innovation communities conference knowledge write-able syndication
In Seth's post The magic word, I think the confusion he talks about is pervasive and applies to many of us outside of marketing. In the following posts, both Seth and John write about mutually shared goals inside and outside of the organization and how to achieve them.
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No, it's not please.
Advancing Insights provides - social network software - digital publishing tools and services to businesses. Business managers and project teams use them as tools to improve innovation, productivity, and customer service. These tools are a class of social network software.enterprise blogging systems drupal website application development community software applications Open Source CMS Business Development Ideas mashups connecting tagging innovation flat world talented people opportunities weblogs borderless world the long tail imaginatin blogging
The Worst Thing About Best Practices, by Michael W. McLaughlin. I've added my own links to Mr. Mclaughlin's article to expand on his ideas.
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You can find/discover ideas from the web/blogosphere and shape them into whatever or wherever they fit or makes sense. In this case, I am talking about a simple idea for businesses to interact with customers that has far-ranging implications on work and play.
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