Metrics Metrics are good. They make us do something that psychologists call “operationalize”. Operationalize isn’t some complicated Freudian notion. It… Read more By our metrics we shall be known: selection for the knowledge industries of the global information age
I don’t do pain, even in my imagination In my last post I described an exercise for testing the depth… Read more Make more money by promoting a sense of belonging in your firm: A manifesto for HR
After the Bucks08 Social Media Camp, I found some figures on the effectiveness of Barack Obama’s on-line campaigns and came… Read more ROI for Social Media
Paul Imre has thrown out the challenge: what is Tribal IQ? Metrics gurus will ultimately want a set of numbers.… Read more Tribal IQ and Social Media
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Are we thinking about viral campaigns back-to-front? At Bucks08, Toby Moores made the point, as did others, that social media… Read more Mirror, mirror on the wall . . . social media as a mirror?
If you have never read The Spectator magazine, you should give yourself a treat. It is extraordinarily well written and… Read more The management of poverty or the poverty of management?