Far from condoning revolution, management can harness the collective efforts of seemingly self-guided individuals for corporate gain under the umbrella of “social business.” – See more at: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/23208
I usually don’t upload presentation decks, but here’s a summarized version of a topic I discussed a couple of times last month. Social Business and Beyond from Peter Kim For more detail on speaking sessions, there’s a section on that. Tweet
Last week I was at Web 2.0 Expo in New York. You can read a summary of the presentation at Portfolio.com and see the slides below. Social Media Mythbusters View more presentations from Dachis Group Tweet
Sharing via Lars Plougmann Last month I delivered a session at SXSW. Immediately after came the inevitable requests that follow a public presentation: “when are you going to post your slides?” My session topic was “social media mythbusters,” intended to examine commonly held beliefs around social media and behaviors that are assumed as givens. One …
I’ve spent a week sharing panel proposals from Dachis Group based on our experience. Now it’s your turn. What panels should we be attending next spring?
What do we know from being in the business of buzz since the early days? Dachis Group Kate Niederhoffer, one of the earliest players in the online listening space, shares her thoughts in this SXSWi 2011 panel.
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The main office finally wants to activate social business programs – great. Now, are the front lines ready to follow through? This panel proposal for SXSWi 2011 will focus on getting the organization activated from top to bottom.
Shouldn’t work be social too? If you think so, you might find this proposed SXSWi 2011 panel interesting.