Social Media

Social Will Dominate Future Innovation Thinking

Putting the word social into our innovation thinking is going to be a really important thing to do in the coming year, if you haven’t already. It will dominate our actions increasingly. The challenges of ‘social’ is everywhere; within organizations, in all sorts of collective movements, in politics, across government, society, markets, academic institutions and effecting our personal lives in ...

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Humanity's Next God – You?

In a recent article in The Economist, futurist Paul Saffo claims humanity’s overdue for a new god. He points out that throughout history, great new religions took shape during times characterized by uncertainty and social unrest, combined with an ability to spread compelling new ideas and world views virally. And here we are today, he says, equipped with the Web ...

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Slow Moving Social Technology Not New

I came across a recent article Making Social Business Strategy Work posted on AMA and I forgot who wrote it because I didn’t want to know. The title is bad enough, but it managed to attract me to spend three minutes reading the article. The article was obviously written by a ‘consultant’ advocating that formulating a sound social business strategy ...

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All That is Remarkable About Innovation

Like many of you I participate in the social media world. That world has opened up new relationships and new sources of information for me that were completely unexpected. I’ve learned a lot from individuals on Twitter and Facebook and Linkedin, and I’ve become a real believer in the use of social media to support innovation. I was following a ...

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December's Top Ten Innovation and Marketing Articles

Last year I experimented with a Top Ten list at the beginning of each month, profiling the ten posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Blogging Innovation, and people seemed to like it. So, without further ado, here are December’s ten most popular innovation or marketing posts: 13 Tips to Maximize Your Social Media Productivity – ...

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Social Media Policy – Whats and Whens Behind Your Guidelines

Does your organization have a defined social media policy? The mechanics behind creating a social media policy are an area where we’ve collaborated with Nate Riggs, President and Lead Strategist of Social Business Strategies, to develop strategic thinking exercises to identify key social media-related issues. These are essentially the do’s and don’ts to be considered in defining a social media ...

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13 Tips to Maximize Your Social Media Productivity

It’s pretty common knowledge that implementing an effective social media strategy takes time. That makes tips on how to maximize your social media productivity, such as those shared by Todd Schnick, co-founder of #Innochat, on his strategy for allocating your time very valuable. Todd’s recommendation was to divide your social media participation time into thirds, with 1/3 of your time ...

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How to Turn Ideas into Business Results

Innovation management is a requisite step toward the positive growth of any organization. Recently, the focus has been on a specific part of innovation management being dramatically affected by the much buzzed about ‘social revolution’. Yes, the seemingly rigid, straightforward, top-down traditional Project Management process may be in the midst of a major transformation- due in part to major evolutions ...

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November's Top Ten Innovation and Marketing Articles

This year I thought I would experiment with a Top Ten list at the beginning of each month, profiling the ten posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Blogging Innovation. So, without further ado, here are November’s ten most popular innovation or marketing posts: The Social Media Fad is Ending – by Steve McKee Social Media ...

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