Posts Tagged: semantics

Understanding Social Media

I have added a new first step to my strategic social media engagement process. It involves educating key senior stakeholders within your government organization as to what social media actually consists of. Without this, I am convinced that your journey towards successful use of the digital space will be unnecessarily difficult. Put simply, you need… Read more »

“If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It” is Broken

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gorillaradio/494169708/ Yesterday, like every Thursday was #lrnchat, a weekly public Twitter chat I help moderate that focuses on organizational learning. The topic was on “Tools of the Trade” and the group of 100 (more or less) professionals ran through a number of topical questions related to how we find out about, select and replace tools… Read more »

Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-N

Note: At the suggestion of Andrew Krzmarzick, I am crossposting from my personal blog. A thought stewed in the slow cooker of my brain for several weeks, which finally reduced to a tasty idea in the wake of the COINs 2010 conference: It is difficult to undo (Ctrl-Z). It is often easier to begin anew… Read more »