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AUGUST 20, 2011 Some notes on Bureaucracy
Tweet In 2005 , I wrote - Seth Godin’s quotable Bureaucracy = Death raises a number of issues on why preventive actions are seldom taken by bureaucratic organisations. Seth talks about the effects of bureaucracy on marketing, but it also results in inertia in healthcare, education, et al. Why were the levees around New Orleans not maintained?
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AUGUST 20, 2011 What Exactly Does a Social Media Influence Score Mean?
I had not been paying too much attention to Klout until I saw this article in the New York Times, Got Twitter? You’ve Been Scored. skimmed it and tweeted about it to save the link for further reading. often use my Twitter, @billlives, as a social bookmarking tool so I remember and have access to posts and articles I want to save.
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AUGUST 20, 2011 What Did You Do in the Social Networking Revolution, Daddy?
I have been covering and reporting and analyzing the business technology scene for more than 25 years now. And every couple of years or so, a new technology “revolution would spring up. Not the stale, overhyped prior revolution that had just passed — but a new, exciting revolution.This time, things would be different. Yada, yada.
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WWW.INFORMATIONWEEK.COM The Angry VP And The Art Of Enterprise 2.0 - The BrainYard - InformationWeek
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Login | Register | Membership Benefits NEWS COMMENTARY WHITEPAPERS SLIDESHOWS VIDEOS EVENTS ABOUT BRAINYARD COMMENTARY ABOUT THE AUTHOR Venkatesh Rao Venkatesh Rao is a writer and independent researcher at ribbonfarm.com and the author of Tempo. He earned his PhD in. Yes, closing that last lead from the blog was easy enough. The VP was furious. MORE >>
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG So what happened in 4 years of writing for Fast Forward Blog?
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In my first post in July of 2007, I asked myself - What were all these new tools going to be about? For when the steam engine arrived, I am sure the Steam Geeks, all talked about pressure, bearings etc. But steam changed the world. It forced us to use the clock. changed war and enabled millions to be supplied and to move. We have stressed adoption. MORE >>
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