Posts Tagged: socmed

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Our Favorite Social Media Moments from 2011

From our USDA Blog – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Our Favorite Social Media Moments from 2011. It’s been an exciting year for USDA Web Communications, stepping in to new territory and pushing the bounds of government social networking and outreach. Coming from a traditional press operation in an agency setting, I’m thrilledRead… Read more »

AIIM Releases the Social Business Roadmap

Purpose of the roadmap This roadmap is a tool to help organizations effectively develop social business processes and to help identify and address potential issues before they become real problems. The roadmap is designed as a framework – that is, it addresses a wide variety of issues and challenges, not all of which will beRead… Read more »

A Selection: Read, Comment or Criticize: It’s your call!

Below I have posted the links for those interested in catching up on some of my previous blogs, which mostly pre-date my joining GovLoop. Feel free to comment or criticize as you see fit. If it helps me (or anybody else) develop, then that’s a good result as far as I’m concerned. 20 July 2010:Read… Read more »

Government Can Learn From Corporate (#ragancoke)

I’m currently at the Ragan Communications Social Media for Communicators conference in Atlanta, GA. So far the presentations are great from Ford, Mark Ragan, CDC, Shel Holtz, Coca-Cola SVP and more. There’s a lot from the commercial world that government can learn from the experiences and trials that private industry has already gone through. ThereRead… Read more »

You Can’t Separate the ‘Social’ from Social Media

This post originally appeared in Federal Computer Week on Feb. 17, 2010. With all the media coverage of internal, behind-the-firewall social — excuse me, professional — networking platforms, such as NASA’s Spacebook, the Defense Department’s milBook and even my company’s internal tool, one might think we’re in the midst of fundamentally changing the way weRead… Read more »