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May 3, 2011  3:53 AM

Social Media and Harsh New Realities

Posted by: David Scott
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We’ve spoken of social media perils in the past.  For...

March 31, 2011  12:08 PM

Social Networking Redux: Perception Management

Posted by: David Scott
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Back in the days of my misspent youth, as CIO in a Fortune100...

November 17, 2010  8:54 AM

Half of All Organizations Ban Access to Social Networking Sites

Posted by: David Scott
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Interesting news comes to us that half, or slightly more depending on the survey, of all organizations are banning access to social networking sites.  (You may wish to see my earlier...

October 28, 2010  9:04 AM

Ongoing Social Networking Perils

Posted by: David Scott
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Oh oh – here we go again.  A Wall Street Journal investigation has found that the social...

June 20, 2010  1:24 PM

Social Networking and the Workplace

Posted by: David Scott
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  Increasingly I see articles about “young” employees lobbying managers and senior executives about using social networking sites for work-related activity. These sites generally comprise (perhaps compromise?) a mash of party pics, all manner of stream-of-consciousness...


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