Chief Strategy Officer at Adjuvi, Dion focuses on the topics of workforce collaboration, digital transformation, Social Business, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), open business models, and next-generation enterprises. His thought leadership can be found on ZDNet, On Web Strategy, InformationWeek, ebizQ, and the Adjuvi Blog. He is a judge for the famed CIO 100 Awards each year and works with the leadership teams of Fortune 500 and Global 2000 firms to drive successful digital change. He co-authored Web 2.0 Architectures for O'Reilly as well as the best-selling Social Business By Design (Spring, 2012) from Wiley.
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2 responses to “Moving Beyond Systems of Record to Systems of Engagement”

  1. Where will the social developers code? And what?

    […] Dion Hinchcliffe wrote a very interesting piece, and I missed it. But thanks to John Rymer I picked it up. John shared an interesting question indeed: Client gives up on enterprise PaaS deal with #Salesforce.com, asks me for options. Focus is “systems of engagement.” Interesting question. — John Rymer (@johnrrymer) February 16, 2012 […]

  2. Where will the social developers code? And what? | WikiCloud

    […] Dion Hinchcliffe wrote a very interesting piece, and I missed it. But thanks to John Rymer I picked it up. John shared an interesting question indeed: Client gives up on enterprise PaaS deal with #Salesforce.com, asks me for options. Focus is “systems of engagement.” Interesting question. — John Rymer (@johnrrymer) February 16, 2012 […]