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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.

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 Scott Brown- Computers in Libraries Conference© neglekt – unprofound.com Washington DC, March 22, 2011 © 2011 Scott Brown 1
  • Slides & Twitter Slideshare.net/scbrown5 @scbrown5 © 2011 Scott Brown 2
  • Four approaches Searching for clues Finding the pulse Beyond the org chart Visibility & openness © 2011 Scott Brown 3 View slide
  • Searching for clues Who owns what web properties? © 2011 Scott Brown 4 View slide
  • © 2011 Scott Brown 5
  • Searching for clues Who owns what web properties? Email forwarding URL shorteners (example: Bit.ly) © 2011 Scott Brown 6
  • © 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 © 2011 Scott Brown 10
  • © 2011 Scott Brown 11
  • Finding the pulse Where, and what, are the conversations? Following (read: stalking) the active users The beauty of being Switzerland © 2011 Scott Brown 12
  • 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 Scott Brown 16
  • 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