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How to Scale Full-Stack Thinking

by Jake Sorofman  |  April 29, 2015

Full-stack thinking is unlocked when we’re given layers of abstraction that shelter us from the specialized skills that once stood in the way of progress. These abstractions include frameworks, automation,...

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The Age of the Full-Stack Marketer

by Jake Sorofman  |  April 22, 2015

You’ve probably heard the now-classic Gartner prediction that, by 2017, the CMO will spend more on technology than the CIO. It’s news to exactly no one that marketing—once seen as...

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Salesforce, Box and Yammer walk into a Gartner conference...See what happens next

by Larry Cannell  |  September 18, 2014

Steve Gillmor, Chris Yeh and Adam Pisoni joined me for a lively discussion about mobile-first, interoperability, freemium, the future of the market and the unpredictability of cloud services at this...

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The Video of our “Social Software Smackdown: Yammer Versus Box Versus Salesforce” is Now Available Online

by Larry Cannell  |  August 15, 2014

This week at our Catalyst Conference in San Diego, I hosted our first ever “Social Software Smackdown,” a panel discussion among Chris Yeh (Box), Steve Gillmor ( and Adam Pisoni...

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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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2014 Life Science Hype Cycle has published

by Michael Shanler  |  August 5, 2014

Fifty technologies are profiled by Gartner analysts in this year's Hype Cycle for Life Sciences, 2014.    This is the most densely packed hype cycle since the LS HC  introduction...

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The delicate balance between knowledge sharing and rules

by Carol Rozwell  |  May 1, 2014

One of the tenets of KM initiatives that rings true based on my experience is that knowledge sharing is a voluntary activity. In contrast to previous deployments of enterprise wide...

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Predictions for 2014: Mind the (R & D IT) Gap

by Michael Shanler  |  December 13, 2013

When the snow starts to fall in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and the Southern Hemisphere packs their Bermuda shorts and suntan lotion…this signifies only one thing at Gartner: ...

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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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