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Where does the social media supply and demand curve intersect? Or conversely, where does over or under supply strike an unpleasant cord with your online circle of friends?
The vision is clear (why, you’re off to see the Wizard!). The how is not. The way forward rewards the collaborator. Success depends on the collective.
Time is a precious resource; generosity its major currency. We are as wealthy as the person in the corner office or the desk next us. How and where we choose to invest our time inside or out of the office is our own decision. So, how do you spend yours?
Oh, that’s right, I did. We've all (or most of us have) done it. When a shiny new role is beautifully wrapped in professional fulfilment and neatly tied with a promise of development; the package looks pretty good, right? But when you open it up to find an old pair of dirty shoes, what do you do? How do smile and say thank you? How long do you wear them for?
In this age of technology, it is vital that communicators remember the rules and principles of good communication and our role in making sure we design and deliver messages that get seen and heard.
Is ‘Gamification’ even a word? I read a recent CW article Using Gamification to Improve Communication and tuned into the recent IABC #CommChat to find out more about gamification. I was thankful to know I hadn’t fallen behind the eight ball, but realized a few things that I didn’t know I didn’t know.
As someone who quotes numbers and statistics for a living, it might surprise you to hear that this is one of my favourite sayings. And while I am a strong advocate of measurement and being analytical in decision making, it’s a saying I strongly believe in – and here’s why.
I think I’ve discovered the biggest black hole of time yet. It isn’t your weekly team meeting, it isn’t attempting to circumnavigate Melbourne via Hoddle Street during peak hour and it isn’t waiting for the IT helpdesk to get back to you. No, it’s the microblogging madness that knows no bounds … Twitter.
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” Warren Buffett.