Thanks to Pawan Khera for inviting me to his class on April 11th, on Enterprise technology at Carnegie-Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. The following is the presentation I gave on an intro to Enterprise 2.0, followed by the emphasis shift towards a future view of work through Commitments.
Thanks to Marie Wallace and the team at IBM, here is a recap of our tweetchat around Social Analytics, held on April 24, 2014. It was a lively discussion with six guests and our host Marie:
- CEO @Ripple Technologies, David O’Leary (@dwol)
- Chief Scientist, Lithium Technologies, Michael Wu (@mich8elwu)
- Head of Analytics @ W2O Group, Seth Duncan (@PRResearch)
- Distinguished Engineer @ IBM, Jean Francois Puget (@JFPuget)
- Social Science Researcher @ IBM, Kate Ehrlich (@KateEhrlich)
- Analytics Strategist @ IBM, Marie Wallace (@marie_wallace)
- and myself
Other notable participants include @jyarmis, @MarkTamis, @pulvereyes, @lehawes, @alanlepo, @O_Berard, @SethGrimes, @aaronpdoherty, @tdebaillon, @caseysteve, and @BrianVellmure. Thank you all for joining us.
A nice mention in Jive Software’s slideshare:
“More and more people are working when, where, and with whom they need, organized in patterns they discover as the real way they can operate in the organization that gives them meaning and builds engagement. This creates the multiple dimensions of agility at work that we need…” Rawn Shah Chief Strategy Officer, Alynd @rawn