Migration in Progress to Joyent Shared Accelerator
Archive for February, 2008
Am asking everyone I meet if they have come across Mensch. All have not. Thus, they have to read “chapter 11″ of Guy Kawasaki’s The Art of the Start – Most of the content is at How to be a Mensch. The quotation at the top of the chapter is missing
the once-in-a-lifetime thunderbolt of pure inspiration, the obsession, the world-beater, the killer app, the next big thing.
Thanks Guy Kawasaki for The Art of the Start
Gary Hamel in Making Innovation Everyone’s Job asks “1. How have you been equipped to be a business innovator? What training have you received? What tools have you been supplied with?” and ends with “Don’t be surprised if these questions provoke little more than furrowed brows and quizzical looks. Truth is, there are not more than a handful of companies on the planet that have, like Whirlpool, built an all-encompassing, corporatewide innovation system.”
Consider NextBestAction.com for your company
caring * compassion * charity : ..In a new blog post, list and write about the top 1 or 2 causes that simply make your palms sweat, your heart bleed, and send tears rolling down your cheeks. Make sure you tell everyone why this cause is so important to you as an individual..
- mud cookies
In Trends to Watch: Twitter in the Enterprise, Jevon MacDonald asks an important question “Will Twitter be a disaster in the Enterprise, or will it be a hit?”
Twitter-as-it-is will not be a hit!
But a twitter-like (easy to use) system or WordPress+PrologueTheme-like system that supports Andrew McAfee’s imagination in How to Hit the Enterprise Bullseye will be a BIG hit
“I imagine that successful enterprise Facebook equivalents will have much more advanced tools to allow members to actively exploit their networks by asking them for assistance, pumping them for information, etc. I also imagine that they’ll let users post answers to their most frequently-asked questions, then simply point seekers to this resource.”
Am working on such a eFe (enterprise Facebook equivalent) – Please use NextBestAction.com
Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
Andrew McAfee in How to Hit the Enterprise 2.0 Bullseye
I imagine that successful enterprise Facebook equivalents will have much more advanced tools to allow members to actively exploit their networks by asking them for assistance, pumping them for information, etc. I also imagine that they’ll let users post answers to their most frequently-asked questions, then simply point seekers to this resource.
NextBestAction.com is an eFe (enterprise Facebook equivalent)
“Confluence + Collarank” is another
Do you know of any other eFe ?