Monthly Archives: September 2011

Being good at work

Lovely post from Stephen Hale: I think the culture and tools of social networking can go a long way to improve how people manage and share knowledge inside an organisation, and increase individuals’ productivity at work. Lots of people could … Continue reading

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The problem with the intranet

I sometimes think there are a few too many of these infographic things floating around, but I thought this was a really interesting one! Via the SocialCast blog.

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Introduction to Public Sector Digital Engagement LONDON & SE

Tuesday 25th October 2011 Feedback from previous Digital Engagement workshop The workshop provided me with a better understanding of the advantages & pitfalls of social media - Tourism Development Officer, Ceredigion County Council The workshop was informative and lent itself well … Continue reading

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Brilliant free ebook on online community building

The marvellous Rich Millington is giving away a fabulous ebook on developing online communities. Rich’s blog, Feverbee, is packed full of great hints and tips, and I recommend you subscribe to that. All you have to do to get the … Continue reading

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Networked Neighbourhoods: effective localism or narrow insularity?

My friends at LGIU, The Hansard Society and Networked Neighbourhoods are running a free event next month in London that looks dead good: Wednesday 19 October, 18.30 – 20.00 Thatcher Room, Portculis house, Westminster LGiU, Networked Neighbourhoods and the Hansard … Continue reading

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