Today I reviewed a client’s draft social solution strategy document. It was comprehensive and well researched with several references from analyst firms, media outlets, and academics. Unfortunately, some of the analysis and advice in the references is, well, just bad (in my experience, of course). Also, in doing my daily Web scan of what’s going [...]
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by Anthony J. Bradley | July 1, 2009 | 11 Comments
by Anthony J. Bradley | January 26, 2009 | 6 Comments
I was alerted to this twitterer’s sentiment that that Gartner blogs are annoying, “Gartner blogs annoy! What’s the point of blogging openly, then ref’ing subscription. only reports. Either extract or don’t bother.” This is a valid statement. Isn’t it? Certainly we reference our “subscription required” research in many, if not most, of our posts. Research [...]
by Anthony J. Bradley | October 14, 2008 | Comments Off
I am impressed and encouraged with the amount of interaction and participation I’ve had recently (and here at Symposium) with the U.S. Army around social applications and mass collaboration. More and more I see the Army taking the lead in capitalizing on communities to execute on many aspects of their mission. Many senior Army leaders [...]