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Posted by on May 14, 2010 in twitter

 

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louisgray.com: How To Bring Your Google Buzz Entries to Twitter

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Posted by on February 11, 2010 in buzz, twitter

 

Corner Office – Structure? The Flatter the Better, says Cristóbal Conde – Question – NYTimes.com

You have to work on the structure of collaboration. How do people get recognized? How do you establish a meritocracy in a highly dispersed environment?

The answer is to allow employees to develop a name for themselves that is irrespective of their organizational ranking or where they sit in the org chart. And it actually is not a question about monetary incentives. They do it because recognition from their peers is, I think, an extremely strong motivating factor, and something that is broadly unused in modern management.

Q. How do you create that culture?

A. One thing we use is a Twitter-like system on our intranet called Yammer.

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Posted by on January 21, 2010 in collaboration, culture, entreprise, twitter, work

 

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Posted by on June 28, 2009 in microblogging, twitter

 

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sofarsoShawn: How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live ~ http://www.time.com/time/business/ […] http://tinyurl.com/lqdbnk

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How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live ~ http://www.time.com/time… [Front page Canadian edition; business section US edition]
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Waiting in the grocery aisle to buy all my organic vegetables 😉 I was in SHOCK & AWE to see this as Time’s COVER story. The worlds most respected and wildly circulated news weekly and a magazine which, he who shall not be named wrote some brilliant features for at one time. Anyways, it’s largely a fluff piece IMO (being a social media expert in training): Scoble & Louis Gray (et al) have trounced many of the points made time and again here on FriendFeed or maybe they have more to reply as to this piece. So here for your perusal: – sofarsoShawn
Agreed it leaves a bad first impression. Only last summer, people would give a blank questioning (but interested) stare when you said Twitter but this skipped right past recognition of the service over to an eye-roll reaction. – Jess
I think that reaction is justified, shrugging Twitter aside for the most part, as it is backed up. However, the general thesis/main point the article comes up with in “How it will change are lives” is in the 2nd last para and a huge item that Scoble, Gray et al have failed to explore or touch on that I know of, is with the term they use “end-user innovation” which I like MUCH better and I think is more suitable than the term3rd party applications or …”There are several varieties of this kind of innovation, and they go by different technical names. MIT professor Eric von Hippel calls one “end-user innovation,” in which consumers actively modify a product to adapt it to their needs. In its short life, Twitter has been a hothouse of end-user innovation: the hashtag; searching; its 11,000 third-party applications; all those creative new uses of Twitter — some of them banal, some of them spam and some of them sublime. Think about the community invention of the @ reply. It took a service that was essentially a series of isolated microbroadcasts, each individual tweet an island, and turned Twitter into a truly conversational medium. All of these adoptions create new kinds of value in the wider economy, and none of them actually originated at Twitter HQ. You don’t need patents or Ph.D.s to build on this kind of platform.” – sofarsoShawn

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Posted by on June 13, 2009 in twitter

 

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Posted by on May 27, 2009 in microblogging, twitter

 

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P preparing meals for lunches at work is not the chore I thought it would be. Granted I need to change and try new things but it definitely beats going to the cantine. (2009-05-17T17:43:22Z) http://tinyurl.com/orznue

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P preparing meals for lunches at work is not the chore I thought it would. Granted I need to change and try new things but it definitely beats going to the cantine.
 
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Posted by on May 17, 2009 in microblogging, twitter

 

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