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What I’m Reading

Committees can still provide valuable volunteer opportunities for your members, as long as the work they’re doing is meaningful. Annoyed about Facebook’s ever-increasing page rank changes? Eight tips to fight back (one of which is “quit relying on Facebook for … Continue reading

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On goofing off for fun and profit. Jamie Notter on what to take away from the demise of Google’s 20% time. Crowdsourcing leads to dramatic progress in sentiment analysis, a key ingredient to social media success. By now you’ve no … Continue reading

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In Order to Advance, Sometimes You Have to Retreat

Next week will mark one year in business for Spark Consulting. Thanks to the advice of several wise friends who’ve been down this road before me, I scheduled my first “get outta Dodge” corporate retreat, and spent the early part … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter encourages us to become “anti-fragile.” Mashable shares five reasons college students should join professional organizations (like associations?). What is your association doing to reach out to the next generation? Remix culture: Adecco’s doing it wrong in a big, … Continue reading

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Little Billy

OK, so Tuesday, I posted a serious video about information overload. Today it’s time for a funny video on the same topic:

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Are You a Digital Junkie?

Preparing for an upcoming presentation, I found this terrific video that was, apparently, a student project, on the topic of information overload:

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Generational difference: age or cohort? Or: are today’s elementary school aged kids really that much different than elementary school aged kids in the 1960s? You can’t just trade in your organization’s culture for a shiny new model, so you’d better … Continue reading

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Go the F Home

Preach, sister! Hat tip to John Chen for the link. I particularly like the fact that the IGNITE presenter calls out managers. It’s up to us to set a good example.

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SocialFish summarizes a great series of posts from Socious on why private communities fail. Mythbusting the gender gap. Give your audiences what THEY want or they’ll go be someone else’s audience. Sponsorship dollars – are you getting your share? Cloud … Continue reading

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Even the Harvard Business Review thinks we should unplug. Want to be lucky? There may be a formula. Blogging mistakes and how to fix them. Are you asking “why“? This is a little off topic for T4P, but I thought … Continue reading

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