Sat.Apr 25, 2009 - Fri.May 01, 2009

SAP Virtualization and Green IT

Crossderry Blog

Sometimes it is easy being green! There was great interest in last week's SAP Virtualization event (SAP Virtualization Week 2009 page here, the SAP Virtualization homepage on the SAP Community network is here). As Courtney Bjorlin notes

Dare to Ask the Hard Questions – Look Inside!

Anese Cavanaugh

Mission & Vision. Why are you in business? Why does your company exist? What’s the impact you want to have? What’s the overall vision here? Do you remember? Do you have one? Are you clear on where you’re going? Individually, as a team? What are your shared values that will get you there? You can have more than one vision, for different areas of your life, but if you don’t have at least one – it’s going to be hard to get there.

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Quitters Affecting Twitter's Growth

Ravi Pratap Singh


Change & The Credibility Factor | You're Not the Boss of Me

You're Not the Boss of Me

I've been thinking about change lately, mostly about what it is that separates a person who seems to be able to influence change in a positive direction, from a person who might have the authority and the technical skill to do the work

Old New York | Erika Andersen

Erika Andersen

Old New York. How Ecologist Eric W. Sanderson Is Creating a New Vision of a Lost Manhattan — New York Magazine. New York is my favorite city in the world. I once said to someone that it seems to me that the difference between New York

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Dare to Look at Your Team – Analyze!

Anese Cavanaugh

Acknowledge. A close cousin to gratitude. What’s your team going through right now? How are they showing up? Who are they “being” in the face of challenge and unknown outcomes? How can you be more helpful to them? This is a tip from the complete article “ Dare to Stay Engaged with a Positive Mindset “ from Anese Leadership Tips

Video: “How to Deal with Trolls, Spammers & Sock Puppets” Panel at Blog World Expo 2008

Managing Communities

At Blog World & New Media Expo 2008, I was lucky enough to be on a pair of panels, sharing the stage with some great people. My friend Chrispian Burks was kind enough to record the panels for me and, in November, I posted the video from the “Avoiding Disaster: How Not to Use Social [.].