OK, I will admit it – I may have a slight man-crush on Clay Shirky. I quote him often, watch any video he’s in, and read everything he writes. The term “thought leader” is overused in our hyperactive blogosphere, but the term truly applies to Shirky. His first book, “Here Comes Everybody – The Power of […]
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Reading is very slow, expensive, and inefficient. The ROI for this activity is very different depending upon whether a person is reading for effect or purpose.
This week’s High Five is about crowd power; for better or worse. #5: Microsoft’s Creative Destruction Categorizing this article as “crowd power” is a little bit of a stretch, but it had to be included in the High Five nonetheless. In the wake of the iPad product announcement, this fascinating article describes in great detail […]
I used to think I was pretty good at presentations but, in fact, I was guilty of “Really Bad PowerPoint. Then I read Presentation Zen and everything changed.
BARE stands for “Be Authentic, Relentless, and Everywhere” and is the equivalent of the Commander’s Intent that accompanies military orders. Detailed strategies for implementing social media are good, but what do you do when the unexpected happens?