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  • Webcom Montreal

    1. 1. Microsharing. Laura Fitton Pistachio Consulting Inc. www.PistachioConsulting.com [email_address] 800-747-1941 @Pistachio
    2. 2. One in a BILLION
    3. 3. One in a BILLION
    4. 4. WHAT IS IT?
    5. 5. What Are You Doing?
    6. 6. “ Use it Where You Think Best” -IBM ThinkPad
    7. 7. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader • FriendFeed • Facebook • blogs • widgets • desktop, iPhone, Blackberry, and SMS clients
    8. 8. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    9. 10. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    10. 13. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    11. 14. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    12. 15. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    13. 16. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    14. 18. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader Clients: iPhone • Blackberry • desktop • SMS Lifestream aggregator, Facebook, blogs …
    15. 19. The User Multiface Browser • SMS • IM • RSS reader • FriendFeed • Facebook • blogs • widgets • desktop, iPhone, Blackberry, and SMS clients
    16. 20. WHY?
    17. 21. What’s it DO? Connect humans Surround you with motivating people Cultivate relationships Foster cohesion and affinity Maintain and grow your network Expose ideas and talent Flatten hierarchy
    18. 22. What’s it DO? Harness: power of loose ties Source products and solutions Query collective knowledge Knowledge-sharing/collaboration News and best practices Status, news and other alerts Slow-motion virtual summit Coordination of/at events
    19. 23. SO?
    20. 24. Influence (was) Attracting attention to yourself
    21. 25. Influence (is) Providing attention and value to others
    22. 26. Social Media is Nothing New
    23. 27. Photo Credit: (cc) jerryfletcher on flickr.com
    24. 28. Social Media is Knowledge
    25. 29. Knowledge is Socially Mediated
    26. 30. Knowledge is Socially Mediated Photo Credit: (cc) fredoalvarez on flickr.com
    27. 31. Knowledge is Socially Mediated
    28. 32. Knowledge is Social ly Media ted
    29. 33. Markets are Socially Mediated
    30. 34. Photo Credit: (cc) gregor_y on flickr.com
    31. 35. Markets are Socially Mediated
    32. 36. Markets are Social ly Media ted
    33. 37. Photo Credit: (cc) matrianklw on flickr.com
    34. 39. Externally Customer service Market awareness News Innovation Understanding Extending reach Relationships Branding Direct sales SEO Driving traffic Networking
    35. 40. Internally Sales Teams Event Planning Project Status News Coordination Interface Decentralized teams Employee Support Mentoring Problem-solving Purely Social
    36. 41. VALUE. visibility relevance relationships social capital community ideas trust research marketing networking customer service news sales SEO
    37. 43. HOW?
    38. 44. Listen.
    39. 45. Listen. Photo Credit: (cc) gari.baldi on flickr.com
    40. 46. Be Human.
    41. 47. Be Human. Photo Credit: (cc) gebala on flickr.com
    42. 48. Know Yourself.
    43. 49. Know Yourself. Photo Credit: (cc) gi on flickr.com
    44. 50. Be Useful.
    45. 51. Be Useful. “ Never Have an Ordinary Day.”® Photo Credit: (cc) my MacBook :-)
    46. 52. Help Others.
    47. 53. Help Others. Photo Credit: (cc) finds on flickr.com
    48. 54. Connect.
    49. 55. Connect. Photo Credit: (cc) eschipul on flickr.com
    50. 56. Crucial to success: “ Commitment to each other and to their joint future ” – David Maister
    51. 57. “ Ea ch morning they wake up loving Perl and loving one another in the context of Perl.” – Clay Shirky
    52. 58. Love Matters. Love Lasts.
    53. 59. Love Matters. Love Lasts. Photo Credit: (cc) prakhar on flickr.com
    54. 60. Twitter isn’t Twitter.
    55. 61. Microsharing. Laura Fitton Pistachio Consulting Inc. www.PistachioConsulting.com [email_address] 800-747-1941 @Pistachio

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