Platt Perspective on Business and Technology

Social networking and business 2

This is a continuation page for my ongoing collection of postings and series related to social networking, and as it is applied to developing individual professional career paths and as it applies to businesses as organizations. You can find earlier postings and series on this at Social networking and business.

197. Social media demographics as a possible challenge to the Pareto principle, in online market dynamics 1.
198. Adaptive leadership and thriving in the face of change 6: disruptive change as an adaptive leadership driver.
199. Social media demographics as a possible challenge to the Pareto principle, in online market dynamics 2.
200. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 1: bringing what you seek to say into clearer focus.
201. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 2: adding in the supporting details.
202. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 3: connecting with and effectively communicating with a target audience.
203. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 4: active listening.
204. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 5: putting it in writing 1.
205. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 6: putting it in writing 2.
206. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 7: communicating through cultural differences.
207. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 8: communicating for the here and now and for documentation purposes.
208. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 9: communicating goals and priorities.
209. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 10: working more effective with, or around problem people 1.
210. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 11: working more effective with, or around problem people 2.
211. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 12: setting goals and priorities, and avoiding understating or overstating.
212. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 13: spontaneity and calculated planning, and their roles in ongoing communications processes.
213. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 14: addressing the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly real-time ubiquitously connected world.
214. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 15: matching your communications needs and objectives with the channels that you would communicate through.
215. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 16: real-time synchronous and asynchronous communications.
216. Communicating more effectively as a job and career skill set 17: finding best practices in the face of ongoing change.
217. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 1: capturing new sources of opportunity and competitive advantage.
218. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 2: what do businesses say about themselves?.
219. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 3: rethinking through messages shared and the nature of marketing 1.
220. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 4: rethinking through messages shared and the nature of marketing 2.
221. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 1: tapping into the widening range of information sources.
222. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 2: tapping into a wider range of insider sources 1.
223. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 5: rethinking business intelligence and understanding the competition.
224. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 3: tapping into a wider range of insider sources 2.
225. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 4: tapping into a wider range of insider sources 3.
226. Knowing your potential recommendation sources’ online reputations and selecting them to meet your specific needs.
227. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 5: tapping into a wider range of insider sources 4.
228. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 6: rethinking business intelligence when participating in supply chain and other collaborations.
229. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 6: career timeframes and career development 1.
230. Using social media as crucial business analysis resources 7: rethinking business intelligence for how you gather, analyze and use it and from where.
231. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 7: career timeframes and career development 2.
232. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 8: career timeframes and career development 3.
233. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 9: thinking through the messages that you convey about yourself and that others share about you.
234. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 10: thinking through your planned online professional image and message 1.
235. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 11: thinking through your planned online professional image and message 2.
236. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 12: thinking through your planned online professional image and message 3.
237. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 13: thinking through your planned online professional image and message 4.
238. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 14: thinking through your planned online professional image and message 5.
239. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 15: coordinately using a range of social media resources to develop a more effective online presence.
240. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 16: developing and using a social media professional presence to more effectively communicate.
241. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 17: what others share about us online and through social media.
242. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 18: adding Facebook to the mix.
243. Using social media as job search and career development business analysis resources 19: rethinking our online presence for where social media is headed.
244. Thinking through the words we use in our political monologs: Part 1 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
245. From Ned Ludd to Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, and the politics of the disenfranchised: Part 2 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
246. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, and their challenge to the breaking of the Great American Social Contract: Part 3 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
247. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 1: What drives it? A supply and demand story.
248. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 2: setting the stage for a fuller discussion.
249. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 3: starting from the supply-side perspective.
250. The importance of seeing a business owner take a salary: offered at least in part as a continuation of this directory’s postings 244-246 and their ongoing narrative.
251. Donald Trump, the Republican Party, and lessons from the Whig Party. Part 4 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
252. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 4: reframing demand-side and supply-side perspectives in general terms.
253. Thinking through when to accommodate and compromise, when to confront and challenge, and how.
254. Thoughts on the state of politics and political discourse and action in the late 2016 United States, and of long-term consequences. Part 5 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
255. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 5: starting from the demand-side perspective.
256. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 1. Part 6 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
257. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 1.
258. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 2. Part 7 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
259. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 3. Part 8 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
260. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 4. Part 9 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
261. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 5. Part 10 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
262. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 6. Part 11 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
263. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 7. Part 12 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
264. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 8. Part 13 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
265. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 9. Part 14 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
266. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 10. Part 15 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
267. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 11. Part 16 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
268. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 12. Part 17 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
269. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 13. Part 18 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
270. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 14. Part 19 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
271. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 15. Part 20 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
272. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 16. Part 21 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
273. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 2.
274. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 17. Part 22 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
275. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 1.
276. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 1.
277. There aren’t any good cold call marketing or sales campaigns anymore: some thoughts concerning general principles.
278. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 1.
279. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 18. Part 23 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
280. Topologically (contrived opportunistically) connected social networks: rethinking a basic paradigm.
281. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 3.
282. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 19. Part 24 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
283. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 2.
284. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 2.
285. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 2.
286. Topologically (contrived opportunistically) connected social networks: rethinking epistemic bubbles and their possible breaking 2.
287. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 4.
288. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 3.
289. Donald Trump and the stress testing of the American system of government 20. Part 25 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
290. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 3.
291. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 3.
292. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 5.
293. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 4.
294. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 4.
295. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 4.
296. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 6.
297. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 5.
298. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 5.
299. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 1. Part 26 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
300. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 5.
301. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 2. Part 27 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
302. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 7.
303. Donald Trump, the Republican Party, and lessons from the Whig Party, Part 2. Part 28 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
304. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 6.
305. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 6.
306. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 6.
307. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 8.
308. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 7.
309. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 7.
310. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 7.
311. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 1 – building a framework for creative and openly engaging collaboration and trust.
312. Leadership is about more than just ego: an open letter to President Trump. Part 29 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
313. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 2 – the jobs and careers context 1.
314. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 9.
315. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 3 – the jobs and careers context 2.
316. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 8.
317. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 8.
318. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 4 – the jobs and careers context 3.
319. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 8.
320. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 3. Part 30 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
321. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 5 – the jobs and careers context 4.
322. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 4. Part 31 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
323. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 10.
324. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 6 – the jobs and careers context 5.
325. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 5. Part 32 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
326. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 9.
327. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 9.
328. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 7 – the jobs and careers context 6.
329. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 9.
330. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 8 – the jobs and careers context 7.
331. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 6. Part 33 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
332. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 9 – the jobs and careers context 8.
333. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 11.
334. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 10 – the jobs and careers context 9.
335. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 10.
336. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 10.
337. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 10.
338. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 11 – the jobs and careers context 10.
339. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 12 – the jobs and careers context 11.
340. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 12.
341. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 13 – the jobs and careers context 12.
342. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 11.
343. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 14 – the jobs and careers context 13. This is the first installment to a progression of postings here, to discuss the new hire probationary period and how best to negotiate and navigate it.
344. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 11.
345. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 11.
346. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 15 – the jobs and careers context 14.
347. Donald Trump and the challenges facing us from the unraveling of an American presidency. Part 34 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
348. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 16 – the jobs and careers context 15.
349. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 13.
350. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 17 – the jobs and careers context 16.
351. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 12.
352. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 18 – the jobs and careers context 17.
353. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 12.
354. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 12.
355. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 19 – the jobs and careers context 18.
356. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 20 – the jobs and careers context 19.
357. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 7. Part 35 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
358. Rethinking the impact of always on and always connected, on value and meaning.
359. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 21 – the jobs and careers context 20.
360. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 14.
361. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 22 – the jobs and careers context 21.
362. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 13.
363. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 13.
364. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 13.
365. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 23 – the jobs and careers context 22.
366. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 24 – the jobs and careers context 23. This is the first installment to a progression of postings here, to successively analyze and discuss a set of issues that are with time at least very likely to arise for most anyone who works at a given business for any significant period of time.
367. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 8: some thoughts concerning Donald Trump’s cult of personality. Part 36 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
368. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 9: some thoughts concerning Xi Jinping’s cult of personality. Part 37 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
369. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 9.5: some thoughts concerning the nature of cults of personality . Part 38 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
370. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 15.
371. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 25 – the jobs and careers context 24.
372. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 10: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to follow an authoritarian playbook 1. Part 39 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
373. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 14.
374. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 14.
375. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 11: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to follow an authoritarian playbook 2. Part 40 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
376. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 26 – the jobs and careers context 25.
377. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 14.
378. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 12: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to follow an authoritarian playbook 3. Part 41 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
379. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 13: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 1. Part 42 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
380. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 27 – the jobs and careers context 26.
381. The legacy of mentorship.
382. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 14: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 2. Part 43 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
383. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 28 – the jobs and careers context 27.
384. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 15: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 3. Part 44 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
385. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 16.
386. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 16: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 4. Part 45 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
387. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 29 – the jobs and careers context 28.
388. It’s not just who you network connect with, it’s how you network with them.
389. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 15.
390. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 15.
391. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 17: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 5. Part 46 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
392. Leveraging social media in gorilla and viral marketing as great business equalizers: a reconsideration of business disintermediation and from multiple perspectives 15.
393. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 30 – the jobs and careers context 29.
394. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century 18: some thoughts concerning how Xi and Trump approach and seek to create lasting legacies to themselves 6. Part 47 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
395. It’s not who you network connect with, it’s who you actually know and who knows you.
396. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 31 – the jobs and careers context 30.
397. Finding virtue in simplicity when complexity becomes problematical, and vice versa 17.
398. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 32 – the jobs and careers context 31.
399. Dissent, disagreement, compromise and consensus 33 – the jobs and careers context 32.
400. On the importance of disintermediating real, 2-way communications in business organizations 16.

This guide is continued at Social Networking and Business 3.

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