Links for April 19 2009

The Case for Customer Communities by Valeria Maltoni on Conversation Agent

Tap Employee Passion by Harry Hoover on THINKing

Accountability Begins at the Top by John Baldoni on HarvardBusiness.org

The Era Of Volunteerism? by Mike Gotta on Collaborative Thinking

Measuring Market Concentration (Competition) by Scott Sehlhorst on Tyner Blain

Project Management and Twitter: A quiet roar by Raven Young on Raven’s Brain 2.0

Hold The Plastic Marketers, People Want Pure by C.K. on Marketing Profs Daily Fix

Forging Better Ties With IT by Susan Cramm on  HarvardBusiness.org

When Project Funding Hits the Wall by Brad Egeland on Project Management Tips

The difference between truly standing for something and a mission statement by Matt on Signal vs. Noise

Keeping Your People Engaged in Tough Times by Marshall Goldsmith on HarvardBusiness.org

How to Create a Culture of Accountability and Hold People Accountable by Dan McCarthy on Great Leadership

A warning against premature adoption of cloud computing by Ryan Paul on ArsTechnica

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  • http://www.simonstapleton.com/wordpress/2009/03/16/become-an-it-professional-using-your-passion/ Simon Stapleton

    Thanks for sharing these links Eric. I particularly liked the post on Tapping Into Employee's Passion. I whole-heartedly believe in this. As managers we often look for ways to boost productivity as an accountant would – from a cost/time/benefit. I think we do much less of boosting our people's productivity by tapping into their passion and helping them create energy to achieve goals because they really want to – and nothing else.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/ericbrown Eric D. Brown

    You are welcome Simon…glad the links are useful!

    Thanks fro stopping by.

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