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Why eminence is the gold standard for an employee advocate program

Read why eminence is the gold standard for employee advocate programs.

The Future of Britain cannot be solved by a webform. In 2016 we need to collaborate online

I have been a subscriber to the Financial Times ever since I have been in London (over 10 years). I enjoy the quality of their writing, events and digital apps. Their writing and reporting is [...]

The value of internal social networks will greatly outweigh external social networks into 2017

With Facebook entering the internal social world, the issue of social networks at work are now firmly on the agenda. Soon it will become a case of why don't we have a way to collaborate [...]

300+ talks since 1999 – what is it that you actually talk about?

Andrew Grill is a world renowned keynote speaker - but what does he actually speak about?

Eminence in a digital world

Many companies employ people that are truly eminent and respected in their field, but nobody knows about them. A formal eminence program can help.

The urgent need for Digital Diversity on today’s boards

Is digital in your company's DNA? Andrew Grill looks at why digitally savvy boards are crucial to reduce the risk of digital disruption.

@NewsCred Webinar: Harnessing Brand Advocates for Content

I was delighted to be asked to present a Webinar by Marcus Stoll at NewsCred this week, on a subject close to my heart, Brand Advocates. If you enjoyed this blog post you may like other related [...]

Another key hire as leading collaboration executive Andy Jankowski joins IBM

I am pleased to announce the latest member of IBM’s Social Consulting practice, Andy Jankowski. Andy has joined as our North American lead and brings with him a wealth of experience to the [...]

A look at how Australian Bank ANZ is creating their own quality content via @ANZ_BlueNotes

Watch a masterclass with Australia & New Zealand Banking's Paul Edwards on how to integrate traditional and social media communications

Social Business predictions – the federation of social

At this time of the year, as we wind down and look towards 2016, it has been customary to look at the year ahead and make some predictions. Instead of publishing a “top 10” [...]