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Socializing technology platforms

The idea of socializing technology innovations within the organization is not a new one. Although most project managers these days are trained in the modern version of the ‘clipboard and stopwatch’ kind of methods — often these days supported by

Posted in client engagement, digital media management, information architecture, knowledge management

Social cartography: mapping the social network

Being a good story teller is one half of being part of a productive conversation… being a good listener is the other half. The same is true when it comes to social media monitoring and engagement. Listening to the social

Posted in digital storytelling, information architecture, knowledge management, social networks, UNICEF

IA case study: a concept mapping approach to identity design

Much has been written about concept mapping and identity design. But since this is an area where creativity and science blend together, and since I’m always looking for new concept mapping ideas myself, I thought I’d share this old project

Posted in client engagement, information architecture, narrative of design

Socializing DAM

Sharing innovation in the organization
The success of a digital asset management (DAM) or other collaborative technology platform depends upon system adoption within the organization. This article addresses the social aspect of system user adoption and maintains that ‘socializing’ a new technology is a key component to the long-term success of the project.

The Journal of Digital Media Management, vol. 1,2 published by Henry Stewart Publications, London.


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My article "Socializing DAM" published in the Journal of Digital Media Management addresses the impact of social networks within the organization on technology projects. Please click on the "download the PDF" button to get a free copy.