Resources/Podcasts, Videos & Papers
This is where you can read synopses of videos, podcasts, white papers and articles. If no publication is given, the item was published in the Global Human Capital Journal or the Social Network Roadmap.
- Social Media & Social Business for Associations on InTimeTV—I was a guest on InTimeTV's Association Executives Today, where I discussed how social business could revitalize associations (also Flash).
- Web 2.0 Investment Strategy at the University of Chicago Booth—I spoke the the Booth Entrepreneurial Round Table in a double feature in which I presented case social business case studies after the main event!
- Social Networks: 21st Century Career Accelerator at Northwestern University (Kellogg)—I spoke on a Kellogg School of Management webcast as Matthew Temple's guest.
- How to Win an Executive Professional Services Position, using Web 2.0 and Social Networks—Guest on Rick Hubbard's podcast series, we discussed how CIOs and VPs of technology could use social to reduce their job search time (also mp3).
- Converting LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter into Business—Guest of David Goldsmith for the Institute of Management Consultants' Consultapalooza podcast.
- The Knowledge Economy: The Ultimate Context for Understanding the Future—I wrote this in November 2006, and it has aged well. Indispensable for understanding some of the forces that are driving the current Web 2.0 wave.
- Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 in Capital Markets—Coverage of Web 2.0 in Capital Markets, where I spoke in New York City in fall 2007, most of the findings are still relevant today.
- 21st Century Drivers for Innovation and Collaboration—Reprinted from Global Human Capital, this brief shows why the current collaboration wave is fundamentally different from the Industrial Economy version; more pervasive.
- Agility on Tap: Demystifying the Virtues of Virtualization—The Technology Executives Club, June 28, 2006
- Outsourcing, the IT of 2005-2015—The Technology Executives Club Journal, December 7, 2005
- Using an Enterprise Integration Competency Center to Drive Success with Enterprise SOA and Web Services—The Technology Executives Club Journal, June 29, 2005
- Service-oriented Architecture for the Enterprise: A Roadmap—The Technology Executives Club Journal, 2004
- Driving Investments in Enterprise Adaptiveness with Business-critical Initiatives—The Technology Executives Club Journal, 2004
- Changing the Economics of Enterprise Software Development—The Technology Executives Club Journal, 2003
- Technology Investing in 2001—presents a model for global enterprises to use in considering, and managing investments in, early stage technology companies
- The Electronic Communications Revolution: View from 2001—a strategic reflection on the imploding Web 1.0 boom.
- Strategic approaches: global enterprises (BAMs)—although the title's "Bricks and Mortar" term puts the paper in the throes of Web 1.0 B2B, there are still as many relevant as amusing points. 2000.
- Strategic approaches: startups and spinouts—total Web 1.0 strategic considerations for start-ups. Even though the context prompts a grin, it's amazing how relevant the underlying points are today. 2000.
- E-Business Market Development: the Rise of the Extended Enterprise (white paper written at PwC, 1999)—high-level discussion of how and why the extended enterprise develops as it adopts e-business strategies; also presents critical role of knowledge in e-business and the extended enterprise, and the relevance of adoption curves to industries, companies and individuals
- Exploring the Communications Economics of Electronic Communities (e-business brief written at PwC, 1999)—explores the economic drivers behind Internet-oriented electronic communities as forums of communication and business activity; analyzes the value of communities and electronic communications on digitization and asynchronicity
- Using E-Business Strategies to Drive Value Chain Opportunities and Transformation (white paper|working model written at PwC, 1999)—although written from a Web 1.0 context, this paper is still very relevant today because many value chains remain rife with paper- and analog-dominated communications processes that represent very high transaction costs when compared with electronic digital processes. Exchanging the former for the latter, if managed correctly, sets off a complex chain of events for an enterprise that can drive it to lead its own transformation into an electronic enterprise
- Using websites to transform customer relationships: a life cycle model (white paper written at PwC, 1999)—this one quite dated, but I include it for amusement and perspective; features my "1999 Web Adoption Curve and Life Cycle Model"; relevant to Web 2.0 when you focus on adoption drivers; the conext has changed, but people haven't