Work Out Loud Behaviors: Considering Downstream Impacts of Collab Decisions

A common phrase you hear from people when trying to convince them to adopt new behaviors is WIIFM…”What’s In It for Me?”. While I’m not a fan of that mindset, personally, I understand why it’s important to help people get it. But I’ll come back to that. I tend to lean more toward the WIIFE […]

Asking Out Loud #wolweek

During the countdown leading up to #wolweek, I wrote this post about some additional Work Out Loud behaviors to recognize and practice. Let’s dive deeper into one of them. Asking Out Loud = Reuse Awareness + Expertise Discovery Many moons ago as we were trying to increase adoption within our ESN, it didn’t take long […]

When will we Work Out Loud? Soon!

Breaking Down “Work Out Loud” One of my favorite phrases to use for describing behaviors and critical outcomes of using Social Collaboration tools is “Work Out Loud.” So I was thrilled (from afar) to see some of the tweets around the topic from the Santa Clara version of the E20 Conference a few weeks ago. The […]

ME2: Network Effects in Action

Thanks for visiting ME2: Monday Enterprise 2.0…my weekly foray into exploring professional and personal topics on the tip of my mind. Today I am providing an algorithm for predicting what time of day on each Monday this blog entry will be posted: Weekend weather in Indianapolis good = Late post; Weekend weather in Indianapolis bad […]

ME2: Can We Afford Not To?

Thanks for visiting ME2: Monday Enterprise 2.0…my weekly foray into exploring professional and personal topics on the tip of my mind. From @TheBrycesWrite: Can We Afford Not To? As of late I chuckle when I read so much in the E2.0 world about the inherent struggles associated with making a business case and driving adoption […]

Cutting the Cord

I’ve been told on a few Facebook comments that over the holiday break I inspired some friends to “cut the cord”. The specific type of cord-cutting they’ve been inspired to try is up for debate, since we welcomed a new baby daughter into the world AND switched our home entertainment services from cable to streaming […]

Tweeting with Jim Irsay: A Suite Experience

Anyone ever tell you you’re wasting your time with social media? They don’t see the value it could bring to them? Fortunately, I’ve found tons of value by connecting daily via “social networks” focused on social collaboration, golf, football, entertainment and life. But if you still have doubt, maybe my little story about how a […]