social business design
By Susan Scrupski on April 22, 2010
What? Wow! How come?
Let’s begin at the beginning. The beginning of the social business (r)evolution didn’t begin in with web 2.0, it began with web 1.0 in the mid-90s. From research I published in 2000, we wrote this about the company Jeff founded in 1995, Razorfish:
Razorfish’s vision states, “Everything that can be digital, WILL be” The company […]
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By Susan Scrupski on April 6, 2010
The Council frequently conducts Q&A teleconference call-ins with e20 gurus. The calls are very casual, but are always illuminating and worth the 60-minute investment for everyone who shows up. Last week’s guru Q&A was with Jeff Dachis, head of The Dachis Group here in Austin.
As I listened to Jeff’s preamble about who he was and where […]
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By Dion Hinchcliffe on April 6, 2010
It’s been a very rewarding road the last few years with customers and colleagues as we’ve built up our premier consulting practice into a well-respected boutique services firm. However, all companies must evolve and grow to meet the needs of the marketplace. Thus, today I’m extremely pleased to announce that we are taking things to […]
By Jevon MacDonald on January 29, 2010
I wrote about The Personal Enterprise earlier. It is a term that has been around for a while, but which is coming in to its own with Social Business Design as a foundation that helps answer a lot of the questions that the original concept left open.
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By Jevon MacDonald on January 4, 2010
Pete and I have been talking a lot about our Organizational Design work as we have reflected back on 2009 and what that means in terms of Social Business Design as we go forward. For each piece of strategy that we deliver, we always need to be able to back it up with concrete changes […]
By Jevon MacDonald on September 21, 2009
Stowe Boyd is getting behind Social Business as a way of looking at more than just IT and cool technologies to solve business problems.
Enterprise 2.0, on the other hand, does not have the same coherence. Perhaps this is because so many of the principles of Web 2.0 are blunted by the command-and-control needs of the […]