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Issues for Small Business Owners

Tweet A few recent posts of mine have focused on small business.  Check them out over on the Salesforce blog. Quick and Dirty Guide to Calculating your Business’s ROI from Technology – in which I argue that there’s more to … Continue reading

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Social Media Week Sydney Wrap-Up, 2014

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Tweet Note: A version of this post originally appeared on LinkedIn on 29 September, 2014. During the week commencing the 22nd September 2014, I attended most of the Social Media Week event in Sydney. While I’m on the Advisory Board and it … Continue reading

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What job do you do?

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Tweet One of the problems I’ve faced recently is in describing what I do in my various business ventures. I’m a company director and a digital strategist. But I’m also a blogger, a trainer, a public speaker, a change manager, … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about cheating

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Tweet Now on to interesting stuff.  An excerpt I tweeted this morning from a new book on digital education has fired my passion again on the subject of cheating and digital technologies.  The ‘cheating’ to which I’m primarily referring relates … Continue reading

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Quick update on what I’m doing

Tweet So very quickly – before I get back to blogging about stuff that’s interesting – I’m now working as a private consultant as well as co-founding one new company (which I can’t really talk about yet) and one existing … Continue reading

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Recent posts & moving on

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Tweet Having departed from 1000heads, I’m now doing consultancy work before making a proper decision as to my next venture.  There are a few offers on the table and I’m currently assessing them all before making a final decision. In … Continue reading

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The Relationship between Conversations and Business Innovation

Tweet On my recent trip to London, I spent a lot of time catching up with friends on a one-to-one basis. I find this useful because I get more time to ask questions, hear about projects, and share my experiences … Continue reading

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Recent blog posts and articles

Tweet It’s been a while since I’ve updated this blog, but I haven’t been lazy.  There are several posts and articles from me running around the traps.  Here’s a few: The True Meaning of a Digital Enterprise: wherein I discuss … Continue reading

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Opening session at Optus Vision 2013

Tweet Disclosure: Optus Business is my client at 1000heads.  I’m blogging at this event as a paid participant. Ellen Fanning is here opening the event, and has noted the event is carefully curated. Optus Business MD John Paitaridis takes to … Continue reading

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The Fourth Estate and Social Media

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Tweet Last night’s ABC TV programme, MediaWatch, opened a bit of a floodgate on the issue of what constitutes journalism in social channels following the show. This is interesting partly because it was evidence of what the show essentially concluded … Continue reading

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