The Social Wars Trilogy

October 10, 2011
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I must admit I am not very good at giving credit where Twitter is due.

I click on links from my many Tweetdeck columns simply to open articles or blogs and never remember who recommended it in the first place.  For that, and for not knowing who pointed me to this trilogy, my apologies to all who feel slighted – just my foolish manners of work.

I must admit I am not very good at giving credit where Twitter is due.

I click on links from my many Tweetdeck columns simply to open articles or blogs and never remember who recommended it in the first place.  For that, and for not knowing who pointed me to this trilogy, my apologies to all who feel slighted – just my foolish manners of work.

Having said that, thanks much to whoever pointed me to this trilogy.  In a three-parts series, Mr. Venkatesh Rao offers a very interesting view of the changing world of Enterprise Software and how we should adapt to the new way of working.  I wanted to highlight it here so it would not be lost in the myriad of tabs you all have open in your browser.

Below are the three links, enjoy.

http://www.informationweek.com/thebrainyard/commentary/strategy/231600836/social-wars-a-new-hope

http://www.informationweek.com/thebrainyard/news/strategy/231601493/social-wars-the-enterprise-strikes-back?cid=nl_IW_brain_2011-10-05_html

http://www.informationweek.com/thebrainyard/news/strategy/231900339/social-wars-part-iii-return-of-the-radicals