ORGINTEL       ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE                             Scott Brown- Computers in Libraries Conference© neg...
Slides & Twitter Slideshare.net/scbrown5 @scbrown5          © 2011 Scott Brown   2
Four approaches   Searching for clues   Finding the pulse   Beyond the org chart   Visibility & openness             ©...
Searching for clues Who owns what web properties?          © 2011 Scott Brown      4
© 2011 Scott Brown   5
Searching for clues Who owns what web properties? Email forwarding URL shorteners (example: Bit.ly)           © 2011 Sc...
© 2011 Scott Brown   7
Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the  conversations?            © 2011 Scott Brown   8
© 2011 Scott Brown   9
Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the  conversations? Following (read: stalking) the active  users             © 20...
© 2011 Scott Brown   11
Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the  conversations? Following (read: stalking) the active  users The beauty of b...
Beyond the org chart What can you find out? Social tools            © 2011 Scott Brown   13
© 2011 Scott Brown   14
Beyond the org chart What can you find out? Social tools Back to the org chart            © 2011 Scott Brown   15
Visibility & openness “Who else should know about us?” “What else can we give you?” Participation             © 2011 Sc...
Thank you!Scott BrownProfessional coachingscott_r_brown@comcast.net303-834-7553Social Information Grouphttp://www.socialin...
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Presentation for Computers in Libraries (CIL) 2011 Conference, Washington, DC. Provides tips on finding and connecting with stakeholders within your organization.

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OrgIntel: Organizational Intelligence

  1. 1. ORGINTEL ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE Scott Brown- Computers in Libraries Conference© neglekt – unprofound.com Washington DC, March 22, 2011 © 2011 Scott Brown 1
  2. 2. Slides & Twitter Slideshare.net/scbrown5 @scbrown5 © 2011 Scott Brown 2
  3. 3. Four approaches Searching for clues Finding the pulse Beyond the org chart Visibility & openness © 2011 Scott Brown 3
  4. 4. Searching for clues Who owns what web properties? © 2011 Scott Brown 4
  5. 5. © 2011 Scott Brown 5
  6. 6. Searching for clues Who owns what web properties? Email forwarding URL shorteners (example: Bit.ly) © 2011 Scott Brown 6
  7. 7. © 2011 Scott Brown 7
  8. 8. Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the conversations? © 2011 Scott Brown 8
  9. 9. © 2011 Scott Brown 9
  10. 10. Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the conversations? Following (read: stalking) the active users © 2011 Scott Brown 10
  11. 11. © 2011 Scott Brown 11
  12. 12. Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the conversations? Following (read: stalking) the active users The beauty of being Switzerland © 2011 Scott Brown 12
  13. 13. Beyond the org chart What can you find out? Social tools © 2011 Scott Brown 13
  14. 14. © 2011 Scott Brown 14
  15. 15. Beyond the org chart What can you find out? Social tools Back to the org chart © 2011 Scott Brown 15
  16. 16. Visibility & openness “Who else should know about us?” “What else can we give you?” Participation © 2011 Scott Brown 16
  17. 17. Thank you!Scott BrownProfessional coachingscott_r_brown@comcast.net303-834-7553Social Information Grouphttp://www.socialinformationgroup.comscott@socialinformationgroup.com303-834-7553http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottrbrown © 2011 Scott Brown 17
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