This is my week for having colleagues provide great references! Today Sarah Cowell shared the following article with me, it is a great perspective on social media by a technologist who has a 15 year old sister. Check it out at Tenth Grade Technology Trends
At the same time, the Pew Institute recently released its latest data on teens and social media, with some interesting commentary on Twitter in particular. Here’s their report on teens and social media use. See below for their Twitter chart.
Many thanks to my colleague Maria Bothwell for sharing a great article in the Wall Street Journal about workplace creativity and the leadership that drives it. Check it out and consider if you are really fostering creativity, or are you just looking for the results?
Justin Brady_ Some Companies Foster Creativity Others Fake It – WSJ
I was recently reminded of a presentation I gave last year on the challenges of implementing CRM and ERP. This was for a company who was implementing both at the same time – an ambitious undertaking! We were sharing some lessons learned on both fronts.
Do you wonder why anyone would ever be on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest? Not sure what Instagram, Tumbr, or Linked In are all about?
Check out this webinar that goes through each of these platforms and why people use them. It isn’t technical or fancy, just some good discussion between my colleague Sarah Cowell and me about how we use the tools. If you haven’t used On24 before, there is a brief registration process. Enjoy!
Social Media Primer
I thought this was a great infographic on PINs, posted by backgroundcheck.org recently – a good reminder of some ways to stay safe in the digital space.
Please include attribution to BackgroundCheck.org with this graphic.