Technology trends relevant to change management

I have been invited to talk about tech trends relevant to change management at this evening's London meeting of the Change Management Institute. I'm keeping most excellent company alongside Karolina Lewandowska, Change and Transformation Manager at Google UK, and Faith Forster, Founder and CEO Pinipa. The image here is taken from an excellent blog post […]

How is PR changing and who’s going to do it?

I've had a number of questions thrown at me by students in their dissertation deliberations these past weeks. I'm not going to post them all here as there is overlap as you can imagine, but this one complements nicely the Q&A with Phillip Casey (and here) at Newcastle University. Silvana Paules is a post-graduate student […]

More questions of influence – size and complexity

Phillip Casey, post-graduate student at Newcastle University, follows up our earlier Q&A with a couple more questions. Is influence harder to manage as an organisation grows in size? As before, beware the idea that influence can be managed per se. I'll assume you're referring to the considered design and monitoring of process, culture and operations […]

Brand, PR, non-profits, and responsiveness – Q&A by Phillip Casey

Having put my two penn'orth out there over the years I'm occasionally approached by students at this dissertation time of year. This week, Phillip Casey and I struck up conversation on Twitter. Phillip is a post-graduate student undertaking the MA in Media and Public Relations at Newcastle University (pictured) and his dissertation is titled Brand […]

Social Media Management Buyer’s Guide

[Originally posted to Euler Partners.] We kicked off our New Year speaking with the eConsultancy team about the upcoming update to their successful Social Media Management Buyer’s Guide 2011. Here's a rundown of the questions Amy Rodgers put to us and our responses. 1) What are the most important trends occurring in this market? Maintaining […]

Social media are the eggs in the social business cake

A thrill of working in a fast changing market is the opportunity to innovate. A burden of working in a fast changing market is the need to bend existing language to new concepts. And of course, evoking existing language evokes existing meaning ... both an advantage and disadvantage. So, we've been working with social media […]

Gold

  (Originally written for the CIPR Friday Roundup.) You'll congratulate me for noticing there's a sporting event starting today in London town. Too obvious then not to interweave some Olympic statistics into today's Roundup. It's 2579 days (just over seven years) since London won the right to host the 2012 Olympics. The exact price tag […]