Today I wish to collect quotes from some of the blogs' posts that I read during the week.
I do love when I come across content that challenges my thinking and makes me reflect about the world our organisations (and ourselves with them) have been living.
“What does all that mean for communications and engagement?”, “What's the future beyond the current trend?”, my mind wonders.
“We are witnessing the birth of a new business model, one that is ruled by co-words like co-ideate, co-build and co-market. In this disruptive eco-system...the crowd is becoming the company…which is good news for internal communicators.” Silvia Cambie
“Extending collaboration toward cooperation, across boundaries and silos, will ensure that workers stay connected and adaptable to changing conditions.” Harold Jarche
“Innovative social business applications of the near future will incorporate a...model of curation.” Stowe Boyd
“To help positively transform the business world, with digital transformation as the catalyst.” Will McInnes
“A plan involves the hard and dreary and difficult work of a thousand brave steps, of doing things that might not work, of connecting and caring and bringing generosity when we don't think we have any more to bring.” Seth Godin
“Social networks are a great way to identify novel ideas (including existing knowledge that might have been previously overlooked).” Martyn Perks
“Adopting internal social media enables what is called multivocality, essentially going beyond controlled one-way internal corporate communication.” Kevin Ruck
“Every threat has its antagonist. Disruption is only thwarted, or also fueled by, innovation.” Brian Solis
“Changing to a culture of work narration is not merely developing writing skills but embracing openness.” Harold Jarche
“In the coming years, there will be a shift toward what is now known as contextual computing... Always-present computers, able to sense the objective and subjective aspects of a given situation, will augment our ability to perceive and act in the moment based on where we are, who we’re with, and our past experiences. These are our sixth, seventh, and eighth senses...Even office productivity will move to such a model.” Pete Mortensen
“The shortcut that satisfies us in the moment gets in the way of our long term goals.” Seth Godin
“The best experiences and the biggest ideas don't fit into a category. They change it. They don't get filed away, they transform us.” Seth Godin
How about you? Have you read anything in particular this week that has challenged your thinking and reflections on internal communications, internal social media and engagement?