A Social Business isn’t a company that just has a Facebook page and a Twitter...– Your Social Business Co-Pilot: An Agile, Emergent, and Decentralized Strategy Earlier this month a great piece by Dan Schawbel appeared in Forbes on the topic of the ever-expanding discussion on how the business world is transitioning to social media. Not only is it clear that the consumer world...
The difference between goals (targets set in the future) and small steps (things...– Working with complexity, not against it: Emergence in real life and everyday conversations | Synthesis Understanding emergence is a sine qua non for understanding the world we live in. Thank you @stevenbjohnson for the introduction all those years ago… (via parkparadigm)
Analyst Virtual Briefing | IBM Chief Marketing Officer Study To introduce analysts to IBM’s first-ever CMO Study — “From Stretched to Strengthened” — IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Analyst Relations team held another first: a briefing of the study’s findings via the GBS Virtual Center, a 3D, voice-enabled and web-based collaboration complex, which you are welcome to visit and experience first...
Are We Ready for Social Supply Chains? (Part 1) →
Perhaps the best-known analyst in ERP and supply chain history, Bruce Richardson, is finally independent again after a stint at Infor. Only a couple of months into this newfound freedom, he’s launched a new blog that, well, sounds like the same old Bruce — and that’s a good thing. Bruce offers… timereaction:
The Disruptive Shifts: Calling Out Social Business... →
There’s a sense of profound change in the air in the large companies I speak to these days. The rapidly changing consumer technology world, along with a huge helping hand from the Web, is fundamentally changing how business gets done. Most of us have either witnessed this or have read it the press. We see this change all around us in the highly innovative new mobile devices and their...
Ginni Rometty, senior vice president and group executive, sales, marketing, and...– IBM’s Ginni Rometty: Growth and comfort do not coexist - Fortune Management