I’ve been participating in IBM’s Social Business Jam this week.
Most of you will know their Jam as the system IBM used to encourage contributions from tens of thousands of its employees when reviewing its values some years back.
It’s been an interesting experience to participate in it – and I can see how it would be of great value for an organisation – particularly when, as IBM has done this time, it is opened up to people outside the organisation as well.
However, this was a smaller jam, and I’ll admit that I still struggled to keep up with all the discussions I’d have liked to. The larger version must be quite a different experience again.
Here are the updates I’ve put up on the jam:
By the way, I know simply pasting my own updates isn’t very social, but I wanted to do something to mark the jam happening, and the only alternative I could think of – to post my favourite updates from all the jammers there – would have taken far too much time to sort out!
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