Monday, February 12, 2007

Selling Social Software and Crisis

Robert Paterson argues that "Social tools, (e.g. blogs, wikis, etc.) new models for work and business, independent and creative work are all very personal things." And that in selling Social Software, "[a]s we bring these new toolkits and capabilities to organizations, we have to respect the fact that we are asking people to have faith more than anything."

I don't mind being proved wrong but when Education appears seated on top of a tectonic shift and ends up missing a tsunami watch, I hope people don't mind hearing the phrase "I told you so". I'd like to believe though that all is not lost.

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