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10 Trends to Watch

Posted by: leelefever on March 24, 2005- 4:00pm

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Neville Hobson pointed me to a list of 10 trends to watch in 2005, by Mitchell Levy who has been doing the lists since 1998. The source article is here, but I like Neville's notes. Building on my last post... #8. Blogging and Social Networking Become Accepted Business Tools

List of Business Blog Resources

Posted by: leelefever on March 20, 2005- 4:00pm

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Last week I needed to put together a presentation about how enterprises are using blogs, particularly in the context of learning/leadership development in larger organizations. The links below were a bit of a dumping ground for anything I found- some are more relevant than others. Thanks to the folks who sent email and commented with input. If you have additions, please let me know... Enjoy! Jeremy Wright, Ensight: List of Fortune 500s that blog: Jeremy Wright: List of other... Continue Reading
I have a deliverable due in the short term (read: I'm in a hurry here) and I need to find as many examples/papers/posts/presentations, etc. of: 1. Blogs being used for training and leadership development inside companies. 2. Blogs being adopted used successfully by Fortune 500 companies. If you know of anything that might be useful, please do leave a comment. Thanks in advance.

List of Fortune 500's that Blog

Posted by: leelefever on March 7, 2005- 4:00pm

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Jeremy Wright has compiled a list of Fortune 500 companies that are blogging. Then, Steve Rubel ups the ante and proposes that the ones who are the first movers in the blog world will fare better than the ones who don't. He even links to what would be a mutual fund for Jeremy's list. I think Steve makes a good point. I think the blogs are a "symptom" of a much bigger asset within the company. Many of the companies that move first have a culture that enables something like a blog through the... Continue Reading

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