mashups

Resistant to Change

Submitted by admin on Tue, 08/02/2005 - 09:51

There are six externalities that bring about change. They are regulation, capital markets, competition, technology, globalization and customers. When any of these external contexts changes radically and the company is either unable or unwilling to change, it often results in failure.

Enterprise Blogging and Services

What we've learned from the open-source movement is that people (employees, customers, suppliers, etc) want to contribute to endeavors of mutual benefit. Business development managers need to get their heads around these ideas and new technologies sooner than later.

Agnostic Tags - Part II

Submitted by admin on Tue, 07/26/2005 - 12:45
There are a lot of new developments going on in the tagging and microformat world. It's getting a little confusing trying to figure out what new directions things will take. I am excited because with all the new services, we'll eventually get to web 2.0 or 3.0.

Social Network Software

Submitted by admin on Sun, 07/10/2005 - 10:02

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.

What goes around comes around

Submitted by admin on Thu, 06/09/2005 - 19:37

A tribute to one of Silicon Valley's most influential and forgotten researchers at Xerox PARC event From SiliconValleyWatcher.com by Tom Foremski. Tom has started a series on one the the valley's early icons: Doug Engelbart. You might know him as the inventor of the mouse. How about Moore's law, and timesharing in which many users can share one computer? Paradoxically, it was timesharing that sparked the pc revolution.

Knowledge Management, Blogs, and Del.icio.us

Submitted by admin on Wed, 04/20/2005 - 07:52

Portals, knowledge management, content management, idea management, enterprise blogging, bookmarks, tagging, del.icio.us, yak, yak, yak. Anyway, I found a blog site, "Portals and KM" that has a list of knowledge management sites if anyone is interested. Bill Ives, the owner of the site is also publishing a book "Business Blogs: A Practical Guide"  that can be ordered via email - no e-comm. I have not read the book.