By David Terrar on April 29, 2011
Careful with that spelling (for some reason I preferred it to Canute or Kanute). Here is my premise. I think, like Clay Shirky, that we are living in a period of transformation rivalling the changes in society triggered by the printing press, the telegraph, the telephone, photography, film, television, or the start of the Internet […]
Posted in Business, Trends & Concepts | Tagged 2.0 Adoption Council, Altimeter Group, Dachis Group, Dennis Howlett, Enterprise 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 Conference, ibm, social business, Social Business Summit, Social Enterprise, Web 2.0
By Bob Warfield on March 23, 2011
There’s a great conversation going on right now around what Customers are looking for from Social Businesses (e.g. what is Social CRM, really?) between Dennis Howlett, Paul Greenberg (via Dennis), Mitch Lieberman, and no doubt several others I haven’t yet tracked down. It starts from a survey IBM did on what businesses think the value […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on April 14, 2010
There’s been some useful and interesting discussion in the blogosphere recently about collaborative social tools and their potential to improve business performance. Especially good takes have come from Hutch Carpenter, Sameer Patel, Ross Dawson, and ZDNet’s own Dennis Howlett.
At the core of this discussion is this essential question: Can social tools reach the “hard numbers” part of a business enough to make a real difference?
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged Business Models, collaboration, Convergence, Dennis Howlett, Enterprise 2.0, Enterprise Web 2.0, Grassroots Community, Hutch Carpenter, SaaS, social computing, social software, ZDNet