A friend of mine recently left a company and found a new job (imagine in this economy!) where his coworkers actually expect him to Twitter...especially his direct reports.
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Unfortunately he is on a 4 week vacation (imagine that in this economy!) so it may awhile before I get any more specifics.
--- In sikmleaders@..., "Arthur Shelley" <arthur@...> wrote:
Stuart French here in Melbourne has done some great work with this as part
of his Masters of Knowledge research.
You can find Stuart at his excellent blog http://www.deltaknowledge.net/
Keith Delarue and Andrew Mitchell have also done a lot in this area, find
them through the Melbourne KM Leadership Forum and their respective on-line
presence. I think Keith may have also answered this as well directly.
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Sent: Saturday, 25 July 2009 2:36 PM
Subject: [sikmleaders] Microblogging in the Enterprise?
Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer,
etc) in a large enterprise? Internally at EY, we are exploring the
implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter. Any success stories
or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.
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