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Who Spiked the Enterprise Activity Stream? - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
Social Media Marketing: Is the squeeze worth the juice? - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
Doing the “Social Co-opetition Two-Step” with Luis Suarez - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
Re: The Execution Advantage - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks for the comment, Derek. I'm not so sure about that. The goal is not to squash the top end of the idea funnel but to design a culture that broadens the bottom end of executable ideas. Every one wants to think of ideas but the best of us aren't satisfied until their ideas see the light of day." - Sameer
Re: The Execution Advantage - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks for the comment Ralf. Glad you liked the post." - Sameer
Re: The Execution Advantage - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks Brian. Agree, sometimes its about failing fast. @alexbard had the QOTD this weekend with this tweet: "Don't rush me. I'm making mistakes as fast as I can.".:)" - Sameer
Re: Evernote for Mac Update: Card View, Word Count, New Save Features, and More - http://blog.evernote.com/blog...
"Is the Word Count a premium feature? I dont see it under "I"." - Sameer
Re: pretzel logic: l’acte deux - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks Deb.:) I'm really digging it." - Sameer
Re: From Social CRM to Network-first CRM - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Agreed, Richard. What most CRM does today has nothing to do with the R in CRM." - Sameer
From Social CRM to Network-first CRM - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
Re: pretzel logic: l’acte deux - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks Henry. Glad to hear that you found another medium to participate and get value from this." - Sameer
Re: pretzel logic: l’acte deux - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks Ben. You make a great point. The velocity of diffusion was largely left to bottom up models in the last decade and that never happened because of missing business context in enterprise social software. Top down only again is at best a plea and no ones paycheck depends on it. And best practices don't really got you too far as they are too specific to a single work culture. I take solace in the fact that these "traditional" businesses have in fact embraced Ariba for their supply chain and LinkedIn for their recruiting efforts. The right business context does exist in these network-first models. Its why I made the move to product. :) Thanks for chiming in on the re-design. Im really digging it." - Sameer
pretzel logic: l’acte deux - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
Re: pretzel logic: l’acte deux - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"Thanks :). Still tweaking plug ins and the design (e.g. my mug shot is way too big!. Re: disqus, i'm torn - i have a lot of historical content in that platform. Lets see how it plays out. I also need to see if Livefyre has a migration facility." - Sameer
Networked Enterprises: Social Business Forum #sbf13 - http://www.pretzellogic.org/blog...
Re: Circular [Social Business] Arguments - http://www.pretzellogic.org/blog...
"It absolutely does go back to the value chain of goods AND of knowledge. I sincerely believe that social collaborative technologies help you get exponentially more value from these knowledge flows. And if you look at the advancements and sheer success in supplier networks for instance, you can see how collaborative networks can add tremendous value when they feed into direction of existing currents. Thanks for the comment, Ed." - Sameer
Re: Circular [Social Business] Arguments - http://www.pretzellogic.org/2013...
"It absolutely does go back to the value chain of goods AND of knowledge. I sincerely believe that social collaborative technologies help you get exponentially more value from these knowledge flows. And if you look at the advancements and sheer success in supplier networks for instance, you can see how collaborative networks can add tremendous value when they feed into direction of existing currents. Thanks for the comment, Ed." - Sameer
Re: Is enterprise social adoption suffering jack of all trades, master of none - http://johntropea.tumblr.com/post...
"Nice summary, John. As someone who leads our product team, we're intently focused on the "doing" part. There's lots of inspiring and pioneering going on in our space and that's never a bad thing. But the pipeline of ideas are filled to the brim. Customers are now at a point where they need to get work done and the promise has to materialize. These work concepts we all espouse are still new and can still seem unnatural. I believe its better to get it out there and then pioneer tactics as customers embrace these more efficient ways of work." - Sameer
Putting the “Relationship” back in Customer Relationship Management - http://www.pretzellogic.org/blog...
Re: Connecting vs Reaching - http://www.pretzellogic.org/blog...
"Cool. Let me know when you finish mulling. Love to see where you end up. There's an argument to be made for more serendipity from more connections. That works as a primary mataphor when it comes to  public networks but not as primary in the work context. Purpose trumps that, as I see it." - Sameer
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