What makes a photographer?

Lake Washington Originally uploaded by gregmeyer Chris Brogan’s post yesterday on Nikon’s request for him to test a D300 spurred me to think more about being a “photographer”. When I was a kid, I thought a photographer was someone with fancy equipment, who worked in a darkroom and made neat tricks with emulsion, burning and…

Find the Trust Agents in your organization, and Explain them to Everyone Else

Organizations are getting social, whether they like it … or not. In their report “Social CRM: The New Rules of Relationship Management“, Altimeter Group‘s R “Ray” Wang and Jeremiah Owyang detail 18 use cases to help businesses react to the advent of social media into business process and suggest ways for these businesses to move…

A simple “Thank You” speaks volumes

Thank you for reading this piece (but back to that in a moment.) Recently, I received valuable advice from a colleague. It wasn’t a business plan for a blockbuster company, a secret formula to synthesize gold from base elements, or a patentable insight. What he said was, “always say thank you when you get feedback.”…