My links of the week (weekly)

  • “Adding a new layer in i the organization, as social, funny and nice as it could be is not enough to trigger deep changes. It often ends in developing communities that will, at best, help some to implement something new one day while they’ll accumulate knowledge and relevancy they won’t be able to put at work because organization and systems prevents it. “

    tags: social_business decison_making

  • “la Ville de Paris c’est 50 000 agents impactés par ce projet, on est bien sur les mêmes problématiques que pour un grand groupe (question de la langue de travail en moins), concernant la mise en place d’un intranet (IntraParis). Alors qu’a réalisé la ville de Paris.”

    tags: social_intranet case_study

  • “Below is a recording of the presentation Dion Hinchcliffe and I gave at Salesforce’s Dreamforce 2012 conference, titled The Future of Social Inside the Enterprise.

    The session was divided into 3 sections:
    The Journey – What led us to where we are today? – The evolution of social software over the last 20 years.
    Today – From simply sharing to Getting Work Done – The benefits organizations are seeing today with social software as well as the challenges they are facing.
    What’s Next – The future of social business
    The final section covers several areas of functionality that I believe are key to the next stage of social software:
    Social Task Management
    Personal Workflow Automation
    Collaborative Applications
    Intelligent filtering, recommended content and actions and sentiment analysis

    tags: social_business sales Dreamforce

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.


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