The web as a platform.
For more than a decade, I've helped organizations understand and use new media, social software and other oncoming social technologies to increase the benefits of their products, service, practices and processes.
The web as a platform allows organizations to create an architecture of participation that spans all devices and stakeholders. This new architecture delivers network effects whose benefits greatly exceed conventional collaboration.
I help organizations with:
- education — from half-day sessions to offsite bootcamps, clarity to help you understand the future
- strategy — you know your business model; I help you craft an enterprise web 2.0 strategy to bring it into the 21st century.
- project execution — by a team of associates averaging over a decade of experience with client organizations of all sizes.
I've been a consultant for more than two decades, working with clients from startups to global organizations, including the Macmillan Company, UNESCO, Supercuts, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Warner-Lambert, Synergies Worldwide, Harvard Business School Publishing, Ventera and many others.
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