Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Top 5 Apple BlockBusters and Reasons the iPad Ruled the Tablets in 2013

If there’s one thing that Apple has been getting right, it is their ability to create beautiful, easy-to-use blockbusters. To build a great business, it’s all about creating a great product that people love for the positive impact on their lives.   ______________ The 2013 statistics on the iPad, and my own …blew me away. […]


Networked or Just Worked? LinkedIn’s Shiny, New Endorsements Buttons

You may have seen the shiny, new skills endorsement tools on LinkedIn.  Is endorsing a useful enhancement or a troublesome distraction?  I’ve noticed just this week (November 2012) that all sorts of people, from students to college deans and company CEOs are updating their skills lists.   Probably that endorsements button is the reason. If there’s […]


Curation 2012-13: Filter Bubble Junk Food or Scan Savvy, Mosaic Knowledge Tool?

Blogging, reading possibly squishy revisionist history in digital books on Amazon, now curation?   Reading and knowing what to scan and read will continue to evolve in our fast changing world.  This post is about the basics, issues connected with, and possible future of curation. Passion and a particular niched view of the world, attracts followers who […]


Joining Social Media Ecosystems, Learning the Ropes

Happy Social Media Day!  It’s a great day to share learning about on-line communities. Pam covers the opportunities and challenges you may encounter in finding a good fit and taking right action in find the right relationships on-line, as well as the a social media culture & style that works for you. Twitter is also […]


It’s a Productivity Path: Mayo Clinic’s Enterprise Social Media & Innovation

On LinkedIn, I  was intrigued to read a local, social media strategist’s question about whether a private social network is an oxymoron. Oxymoron?! More like sweet music to a process/change consultant that has sweated over years about how to best help leaders engage the passion and full potential of their organization’s talent. Note: This post […]


Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Transforming how health care is experienced and delivered

Photo: Second Life simulation via blog.centerforinnovation.mayo.edu The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation is one of the places at Mayo Clinic that participates in Second Life, a free 3D virtual world where users can socialize, connect and create using free voice and text chat.. The Mayo Clinic is doing some amazing things in the innovation space, […]


Deb Interviews Dr. Diana Wong, Video & Social Media | SocMediaLearnLab’s Channel

I’m humbled by this: When the teacher is ready, the students will appear. ~Buddhist proverb with a twist. Deb interviews Dr. Diana Wong, who is the lead participant for a Thursday, May 26th, Social Media & Technology Learning Lab for Consultants, Coaches and Small Business Owners, to be held at Spark East, Ypsilanti, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a fee – a free preview will be offered soon. More details will be posted at Reveln Social Business: http://revelnsocialbiz.posterous.com/


TRENDS: Imagination, Passion, Innovation and Change as the New Pillars of Business

It’s not surprising to me that creativity and imagination, with social media listening, could be a key gateway to the future. I’ve certainly experienced what a lack of it does to work environments. Brian Solis, a respected author, blogger, national speaker who hits it right on regarding traits that represent the future of business.