I’ve mentioned it before; hierarchy within companies something of the past rather than a sustainable structure for the future. I’ve seen companies struggle with structure when social media made its way into peoples lives, changing the way we connect to one another. Changing the way we can express thoughts, our ideas, our knowledge through these new networks of likeminded and interconnected individuals. The old structure of enterprises is not fit to handle this new socially structured, real-time communication. Continue reading
The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam, an annual event of world proportions. Tech, innovation, start ups, investors and a lot of networking and beer. This slideshare is a handpicked overview of the presentations that I visually summarized live at the event.
After three days of conference and excellent parties last week, it is time to look back. Luckily there are some very good posts that provide an inspiring overview that you shouldn’t miss.
links to several articles; Contentgirls
the next web by quotes; @timanrebel
and my own overview in sketchnotes:
The sketchnote illustrating this article I made for an article in “de Volkskrant”
The most beautiful sunny day in Amsterdam.. the Balie filling up with laughter on unconference day. The current web giving the stage to several speakers.. stacking mac’s alongside the speakerdesk…
Telia Sonera with the opt in censorship solution for the grey area’s. 7load (the guys from the flutter video) alerting us on the importance of measurement. The basis of advertising..we need to find new solutions. Insites , trying to give new insights on shopper behaviour through connected market research. Current, with a awesome prezi presentation on active engagement, we need to reach out. After a break with beer in the sun. Werner Vogel and Khris Loux took the stage: