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//steve clayton: geek in disguise : Unilever staff use Facebook
Another good spot from Steve. I blogged about Software Consumarization before. The Unilever example is not atypical. Businesses from all walks of life are finding it challenging to integrate a digitally enabled workforce into an organization viewed by that workforce as digitally disabled. Call...
2 Sep 2008
Steve Clayton: Geek In Disguise : Do You Use Your Outboard Brain?
Steve Clayton: Geek In Disguise : Do You Use Your Outboard Brain? Well done to Steve again for sourcing something seriously interesting. I really enjoy thinking through the neurological aspects of technology's role in our lives. I really enjoyed a speech Sir Ken Robinson gave at the EVO launch back in...
19 Oct 2007
Software + Services + Live: A Local Government viewpoint
Another good post from Steve I've been meaning to comment on. Working in UK Local Government I think the opportunity here is enormous. Not just in terms of business models, but the paradigm shift Web 2.0 offers Government and the citizen. I see this shift in two key areas: Software + Services for the...
11 Oct 2007
Steve Clayton: Geek In Disguise : Microsoft: green or blue?
I read Steve's blog a lot, I don't know how he finds so many interesting things. I found this discussion particularly interesting. It touches on some the remarks made around the innovator's dilemma. A lot of customer's seem to feel that we've fallen into that trap. "Our users only use 10% of the features...
11 Oct 2007
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