Everyone is a Change Agent but there is only one Change Agents WorldWide network

I recently became a member of Change Agents WorldWide. It’s a global network of experts from very different fields, but we all have a common vision and passion: We help organisations thrive in the 21st century! If you only have 2 minutes, I recommend flipping through the slides below to learn more about CAWW. Continue Reading

How to become a better manager by building trust?

One of the key success factors for implementing an enterprise social network, collaboration platform or social intranet is the support from the executive management.  Whilst you might have found a (financial) sponsor for your project, it does not always translate into actual use of the platform by the sponsor. However, if Continue Reading

Influencing Human Behaviour to Increase Enterprise Social Networking Adoption

[ I originally published this post on the tibbr blog in 2012. ] In my previous post, I promised to elaborate on one of the three pillars of successful adoption – people. Changing people’s behaviour is hard, but not impossible. It just takes more thought than some blunt incentive scheme or gamification strategy. Continue Reading

How to increase adoption from your enterprise social network

Change Agents WorldWide

[ I originally published this post on the tibbr blog in 2012. ] This week the McKinsey Global Institute published a report on unlocking the value and productivity through social technologies. While it was light on actionable recommendations, it provides a superb overview of how social technologies impact both the consumer and enterprise market. Continue Reading

Second-wave adopters are coming! Are you prepared? Part III

[ I originally published this post on the Headshift blog in 2009. ] This is the 3rd part of a blog post looking at user adoption. Overview of barriers to introducing Enterprise 2.0 and user adoption Scrutinizing barriers to user adoption Thoughts on how to attract second-wave adopters In the previous post Continue Reading