Mobile megatrends 2011 (VisionMobile)

Photocredit: http://birdsbiking.tumblr.com/ Related articles Megatrend Madness (cenblog.org) Ron Conway's Confidential Investment "Megatrend" -- "O2O Commerce" (businessinsider.com) Mobile Megatrends (austinstartup.com) Ernan Roman: Megatrend #4: Consumers Demand Three-Dimensional Website Experiences (huffingtonpost.com)

Enterprise Collaboration Tops List of 2011 Organizational Priorities

Great to read that concepts as these have matured into management concepts. Found at Enterprise Collaboration Tops List of 2011 Organizational Priorities.   January brings us into a new year, a time when many organizations are re-evaluating their strategic initiatives and priorities. Curious to know what items top the list, we asked you in December what your organization's top … Continue reading Enterprise Collaboration Tops List of 2011 Organizational Priorities

Reading recommended: OneBeep offers one-way connectivity to remote communities

Image via Wikipedia Reading recommended: OneBeep offers one-way connectivity to remote communities http://ht.ly/18OhkJ Photocredit: A.alFoudry Related articles by Zemanta Blown to bits: Will publishers rise to the challenge? | Don Tapscott (fredzimny.wordpress.com) We need world-wide corporate reporting standards | Don Tapscott (dontapscott.com)

Recommended: BSI’s deck Why European Social media projects fail.

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Recommended TED Nicholas Christakis: The hidden influence of social networks

We're all embedded in vast social networks of friends, family, co-workers and more. Nicholas Christakis tracks how a wide variety of traits -- from happiness to obesity -- can spread from person to person, showing how your location in the network might impact your life in ways you don't even know.