My friend David Neff has written an excellent white paper about Bitcoin for PwC. If you are at all interested in the applications and future impact of this digital currency, I highly recommend you read this.
Now that BYOD or 'Bring Your Own Device' policies are becoming more mainstream in the modern business world, the BYOA or 'Bring Your Own App' trend is the next big thing. While the BYO motives are beneficial to many workplace processes, there are still risks that business owners have to deal with.
I tell my friends that the association industry is the biggest industry no one knows about. And as an industry there are a LOT of websites with a LOT of content. So if ISPs are going to throttle content coming across their networks, could that affect the hundreds of thousands of associations and other non-profits out there?
"Online communities have taken hold among businesses, to connect employees, customers and partners. However, community management as a profession is largely misunderstood and inadequately resourced. We created this book to raise the literacy level among businesses on what community managers actually do, and for community managers to have a trusted guide in their daily jobs. This guide addresses at a high level the strategy, design and everyday execution of a successful and healthy community."
Compelling cause-based video has the ability to advance social change and create real impact. If your organization produces creative, inspiring videos, we think you deserve recognition for the work you’re doing – and maybe even some incredible prizes.
The social media revolution is here–are you ready? You may be dabbling in - or even expertly managing - social media tools, but have you thought about whether you have the right culture for social? Are your existing management practices and company culture giving you the right foundation for social, or are they actually getting in the way of your success?
This post originally appeared on November 11, 2010. I thought it would be fun to repost it today, January 22, 2014 - and see if things have changed. Rather than edit any of this post, I'll hand it over to you. What do you think? Was Lindy right, 4 years ago? The floor is yours.
We want to examine why mobile is working for AIDS.gov. What have we done over the past few years that has brought us to this point, ahead of where we thought we would be? What can we share with the HIV/AIDS community to improve their efforts in outreach, education, and prevention? What else should we be doing? There are three things that stand out, as we consider what we have done and what is working for mobile and AIDS.gov.