The Social Enterprise

December 2008

  • How The CEO's Kids Drive Adoption

    Adam Tinworth 16 Dec 2008
  • Great post from Lee Bryant at Headshift looking at the evolutionary pressures around Web 2.0 tools in the workplace:What I really like about the consumer Web 2.0 world is the fact that it has given ...

  • Making Users Happy with Social Software

    Adam Tinworth 16 Dec 2008
  • As part of a post looking at predictions for 2009, Ross Mayfield of enetrprise wiki provider SocialText presents som interesting figures about making social software projects successful:Line of ...

  • Le Web 08: The Social Stack

    Adam Tinworth 10 Dec 2008
  • Marc Canter (who didn't, in fact, perish yesterday) lead an entertainingly scrappy session on open standards around social information. He started by giving Facebook's senior platform manager Dave ...

  • Le Web 08 Day One Photos

    Adam Tinworth 10 Dec 2008
  • Business people in the breakout area Originally uploaded by Adam Tinworth All my photos from day one of Le Web are now up on my Flickr stream.

  • Le Web 08: Leadership in the Network

    Adam Tinworth 09 Dec 2008
  • Quick summary of Dave Weinberger's speech: Information age has been formative of who we are as individuals and people together. also formative of what our idea of leadership is. As it comes to a ...

  • Le Web 08: Google, Recession and The Future

    Adam Tinworth 09 Dec 2008
  • Second up is Nikesh Arora, SVP, Google and President, EME Operations. Loïc dived straight in with questions about the recession. "It's an interesting time - like having a hang-over after a big ...

  • Le Web 08: Microsoft, Bizspark and Openness

    Adam Tinworth 09 Dec 2008
  • Ah, and the conference kicks off with Microsoft. Steve Gilmour is interviewing Dan'l Lewin, the Corporate VP for Strategic and Emerging Business Development. In particular, Dan'l is talking about ...

  • Liveblogging Le Web 08

    Adam Tinworth 08 Dec 2008
  • Apologies for the silence over the last month. Ironically enough, it was largely because I was busy getting a Web 2.0 web application upgraded for use both within and without the business...Anyway, ...