Posts Tagged: Corridor

Peering down the Corridor: The New Social Network’s Features and Their Uses

Previously, I’ve written about State’s new social media portal, Corridor, and some of the ways its administrators can measure its success. Today, I want to explore the features of the site, some potential features IRM’s eDiplomacy office may want to add in the future, and how each of those features can be used by StateRead… Read more »

Corridor’s Success Metrics.

Last week, I wrote about Corridor, the State Department’s new internal social networking portal. This week, I want to examine some ways that its administrators can illustrate to their leadership that their investment in Corridor is returning results. Here are the top four metrics I think they should look at: Membership and activity – especiallyRead… Read more »

California Space Race

A vocal and well-prepared team of aerospace professionals and backers in California is gaining momentum in its quest to enhance the region’s aerospace prowess. Influential members from myriad economic development, utility, education, government, military, and defense contractor groups have pooled their talent, assets, know-how, and hefty political backing to form the California Space Authority (CSA)Read… Read more »