Category Archives: Marketing & Communication

Licence to innovate

This slide has proven to be popular with clients so I thought I would share it in case you need to sell Web 2.0 or innovation inside the Government of Canada. One client made a small license size version, maybe … Continue reading

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A friend of a friend of a friend

I was part of an interesting information chain the other day and wanted to share it. No surprise to those of you that know me, I was walking the dogs and received an email on my phone from a colleague … Continue reading

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To stimulate adoption, just say no.

This post originally appeared on the Senior Fellows and Friends blog in June, 2010. About mid way into the pilot phase of the open collaborative workplace project, we added Karl to the team.  This is the story of his adoption … Continue reading

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Persuasion presentation using Prezi

I thought I would share my first experience with Prezi , the zooming presentation editor. Last Sunday I create a presentation for the class in Persuasion that I am teaching. From download to packaging up on my USB took about … Continue reading

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Engagement anyone?

There is a lot of talk about employee engagement these days. In management circles we talk about strategies and best practices for achieving high levels of employee engagement. Perhaps this is in response to reports of a general malaise and … Continue reading

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Authenticity – how much is enough?

Recently I was part of  an interesting conversation about executives participating in Social Media. The question that came up was how much of the executive’s posts had to be made by the individual themselves. My first response was that if … Continue reading

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