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Where has all the Social gone?

by Carol Rozwell  |  August 7, 2014

Do you wonder where all the interest in social went? Once the hottest trend since sliced bread, interest in social definitely dissipated. Based on my client conversations and research, I...

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Starting Culture Change

by Carol Rozwell  |  June 12, 2014

There is a saying I heard many years ago about how to have the greatest impact when delivering a presentation. The advice is "tell them what you will tell them" "tell...

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Congratulations to the MIX Digital Freedom Challenge Winners

by Carol Rozwell  |  April 9, 2014

Over the past year I've had the pleasure of working with the dedicated folks at the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX) on the Digital Freedom Challenge.   'The challenge kicked off...

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Parents, you know this. They do what you do, not what you say!

by Carol Rozwell  |  November 5, 2013

Social apps are still seducing leaders of social initiatives. The seduction of social is simple (and alliterative): because Facebook can grow its adoption to over a billion people without seemingly...

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Outputs are important, but behaviors are better

by Carol Rozwell  |  August 20, 2013

Our research prediction paints a gloomy picture for the success of social initiatives. We expect them to fail to deliver the hoped for value 80% of the time. The culprits...

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Socially Centered Leadership and Technology. What do you think?

by Carol Rozwell  |  June 25, 2013

During 2012, I undertook a maverick research project with my Gartner colleague Debra Logan. We explored the evolution of leadership in a social world that we eventually called socially centered...

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Please don’t call me “human capital”

by Carol Rozwell  |  April 22, 2013

Have you ever been in one of those situations where it was very clear the person you were speaking with wasn’t listening to you? A simple example of what I...

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If Justin Timberlake can make a comeback using social media, why can’t you?

by Carol Rozwell  |  March 28, 2013

Yesterday’s New York Times article chronicled Justin Timberlake’s effective use of social media to sell nearly a million copies of his comeback album “The 20/20 Experience” in its first week out....

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Of Autopsies and Analytics

by Carol Rozwell  |  March 13, 2013

Recently, I read an interesting article from MIT Tech Review which diagnosed why the social network Friendster failed - An Autopsy of a Dead Social Network. The research done by...

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Stalking the Elusive Requirements Definition!

by Carol Rozwell  |  January 2, 2013

I've been lucky to have had some very interesting jobs during the course of my career. One stint as an applications auditor gave me lots of insight that applies directly...

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