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Guest Post: Is Traditional Publishing The New Vanity?

PhilSimon - April 22, 2010

I recently “met” Kristen J. Eckstein on LinkedIn. She’s the Executive Producer at Imagine! Studios and the author of a number of books. I had started a…

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Essential Reading for Those Considering Self-Publishing

PhilSimon - April 20, 2010

Looks like this will be Publishing Week on my blog. After my post yesterday, I seem to be on a bit of a roll. So, without further…

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Publishing Mysteries

PhilSimon - April 17, 2010

There are many things that just don’t make sense to me that should. I’m not talking about MacGuyver trivia, how to tap dance, or 18th century French…

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Lessons from Social Media Meet-Up, Part II – Leaps of Faith

PhilSimon - April 15, 2010

I had the pleasure of going to the Social Media Meet-Up this week. This is my second post covering the event. Jim Lavoie, Chief Executive Officer, Rite–Solutions…

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Lessons from Social Media Meet-Up, Part I – Measuring is Easy; Evaluation is Hard.

PhilSimon - April 14, 2010

I had the pleasure of attending the Social Media Meet-Up this week. In general, it was a very informative day with a good deal of content from…

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Enterprise 2.0 and Collaboration: Come on, HR!

PhilSimon - April 8, 2010

I recently read Jacob Morgan’s excellent post, Does Collaboration Impact Business Performance? Morgan reviews an updated Frost and Sullivan report that assesses impact of collaboration on overall…

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Enterprise 2.0: It’s Still All About People

PhilSimon - April 7, 2010

I have spent most of the last year researching emerging trends for The Next Wave of Technologies. While it’s a very big book covering quite a few…

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Lessons from The BRITE ‘10 Conference, Part 2: Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch

PhilSimon - April 2, 2010

This week I attended the third BRITE conference in New York City. In this post, I’ll convey many of the things that I learned during the second…

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When Vendors Attack (Each Other)

PhilSimon - March 31, 2010

In the new edition of Why New Systems Fail , I expanded many sections, including the one about support for enterprise systems. To make a long story…

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Social Media: The Tension between Collaboration and Ownership

PhilSimon - March 24, 2010

One of the primary reasons that many technology endeavors fail is that coordination and cooperation among employees and departments is typically lacking. That’s not exactly a news…