In June, I made a presentation to the Government SIG of the Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network. Sunny Hester, who is the SIG Chair, recently created a Government OD Network group. The topic of my presentation was Enabling Open Government, which covered several topics, including a final section which I hope will generate a conversationRead… Read more »
Posts Tagged: networking
Yes it’s that time of year again, income tax return time and the ATO have once again provided an eTax application. Today on twitter I discovered that a glaring issue which has been a fault of eTax since it’s inception and has not been addressed yet again, is that it only runs on the WindowsRead… Read more »
Has anyone used Elgg – Open Soruce Social Networking app in their organization or any tool like this?
We’re at the Enterprise 2.0 conference this week, and we’ve released a new guide to help organizations in the public and private sector make sense of social networking for the enterprise. Enterprise 2.0, despite the term, really encompasses all of the social networking and other Web 2.0 technology as it applies within the workplace. IfRead… Read more »
i really find Govloop to be helpful and want to know how you use it most effectively in your day?
Was scrolling through the GovLoop member pages the other day. Not stalking…just doing a little research on how the site is being used. In poking around, I stumbled on at least half a dozen profiles of friends and colleagues that I hadn’t realized were on GovLoop. That was cool. The downer was that only aRead… Read more »
I just read an article on a new study from Watson Wyatt Worldwide which indicates that employers are looking to get the most out of their HR technology — shocking considering this economy, eh? So what did the survey say about utilizing social networking to communicate internally and making the investment now with the gaolRead… Read more »
At one time or other, we’ve probably all wished we could listen in on a conversation or a meeting that we wouldn’t normally get to attend. Be a “fly on the wall” to learn what goes on and hear what gets said. Well here’s your opportunity… Maybe you won’t get to hear how your bossRead… Read more »
The future of the internet will involve more authentication than it does today but there might be a simple interim solution to provide some level of authentication for the Gov 2.0 presence on online social networks such as facebook and twitter. A standard policy of having a reciprocal link back to a facebook fan pageRead… Read more »
Last week I was lucky enough to speak with Gov 2.0 superstar and GovLoop founder Steve Ressler about what’s happening with GovLoop, where the site is going and how sites like it are having a larger impact. You can read the whole two-part interview series in full on the Rock Creek blog, or check outRead… Read more »