Monthly Archives: August 2011

Building a Social Media Policy for your school

This blog is 9 of 19 in a series on how to implement an Enterprise 2.0 framework for schools. 1. Introduction The purpose of this blog is twofold. The first is to highlight the major legal risks to schools as a … Continue reading

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Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0

A brief explanation of the difference between Web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0   Yovonne Wang brought this YouTube video to my attention. http://yifanwang2011.wordpress.com/

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Six discourses for Social Media policy development

There are two major challenges to social media policy development; 1. The first is that social media use requires the creation of content. Implications of this include: classification of this material, ownership and intellectual property of the content and the sustainability of interactive business … Continue reading

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ROI on Social Media

I found a website that contains 34 case studies across a range of business types, both big and small.  These case studies review the ROI for social media for each of these companies based on: Sales Shorter Sales Cycles New Leads Improved … Continue reading

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Talking through a real life change management framework

This blog is 6 of 6 in this series of blogs that focuses on developing a change management strategy to help your organisation transition to an Enterprise 2.0 model of operation. 1. INTRODUCTION In this blog I discuss and talk through … Continue reading

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Choosing your weapons for change

This blog is 5 of 6 in this series of blogs that focuses on developing a change management strategy to help your organisation transition to an Enterprise 2.0 model of operation. 1. INTRODUCTION In this blog, I provide some models that … Continue reading

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Getting into the nitty gritty of change

This blog is 4 of 6 in this series of blogs that focuses on developing a change management strategy to help your organisation transition to an Enterprise 2.0 model of operation. 1.o INTRODUCTION Change management does have a number of established … Continue reading

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