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Last weekend I was musing about the elements of success in a connected world.
Remember the logo, that curvy red "e" that mimicked the "@" symbol, which came to represent what IBM meant by the idea of "e-business" back in the late 1990s?
As a content specialist, I prefer web designs that support content rather than conflict with or ignore it.
A centrepiece of our recently launched Implementing Enterprise 2.0 report is an Implementing Enterprise 2.0 Framework. Click on the image below to download the Implementing Enterprise 2.0 Framework pdf , which includes references to the relevant chapters for each of the action steps.
Financial accounting or bookkeeping became an established practice in 1609 during the founding of the first British colony here in North America. Now, over 400 years later, there is a growing business case and requirement beyond financial accounting standards. We need to account for online relationship interactions.
Powerpoint has produced more bad design in its day that perhaps any other digital tool in history with the possible exception of Microsoft paint.
Two very similar announcements from IBM today - I'm still trying to make sense of the differences between the two:
Turn social insights into action by creating dialogs, building advocacy and improving loyalty
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