3 years, 6 months ago

Blockchain Fever: The Potential And Challenges Of Blockchain Technology 

In last week’s episode of Forrester’s What It Means podcast, Principal Analyst Martha Bennett disentangles the hype from the reality of blockchain technology — and provides a passionate perspective on blockchain’s potential as an economic engine. Podcast transcript Victor Milligan: Hi, I’m Victor Milligan. Jennifer Isabella: And I’m Jennifer Isabella. Victor Milligan: Your co-hosts for Forrester’s podcast, What It Means, where we explore the […]

9 years, 5 months ago

Anne Boe’s Keys to Successful Networking

  1. Clarify your career goals.
  2. Develop long-term win-win relationships.
  3. Nurture your network daily.
  4. Be actively involved in your community.
  5. Meet as many people as you can.
  6. Take your business cards everywhere.
  7. Make friends, even when you don’t need them.
  8. Act like a host, not a guest.
  9. Become an interested person.
  10. Develop your listening skills.
  11. Trust your intuition.
  12. Take people risks.
  13. Master the art of small talk.
  14. Work smarter, not harder.
  15. Value yourself and your life.
  16. Take action daily towards your goals.
  17. Become your own energy manager.
  18. Learn to ask for what you want.
  19. Give thanks for what you have.
  20. Acknowledge your skills and talents.
  21. Say “Thank you. “
  22. Become an inverse paranoid – decide the world is conspiring for you.
  23. Determine your priorities – protect your energy.
  24. Learn to want what you have.
  25. Know that there are more side doors in the world than there are front doors.

[Source: Anne Boe]

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    10 years, 8 months ago

    Challenges of Social Computing in the Enterprise

    I read this report from GigaOM and it got me thinking about the challenges of trying to create a successful Facebook-like environment in the enterprise. Challenge #1: Smaller community. Facebook has over 400 million active users. Your company will have thousands. You can assume that only a portion of those will be active contributors, and […]