I suggest a permissions contract

A recent post on Lifehacker about using social media logins on other sites got me to thinking: what impact do those permissions social media and smartphone apps really mean anyway? I have always been reluctant to use Facebook’s apps. It seems they want permissions they don’t really need. Why do they need to post on […]
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Social Media Tools at Work – Part 4

Social Media Tools: Applicable at Work or Not? Working as a project management consultant, I’m often asked about some of the “new” social media tools available to organizations. What are the BEST tools? How can they help? Are they worth it? If you’re thinking about whether or not to apply social media tools at work, […]
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Social Media Tools – Part 3

Social Media Tools: Applicable at Work or Not? Working as a project management consultant, I’m often asked about some of the “new” social media tools available to organizations. What are the BEST tools? How can they help? Are they worth it? If you’re thinking about whether or not to apply social media tools at work, […]
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Social Media Tools At Work – Part 2

Social Media Tools: Applicable at Work or Not? Working as a project management consultant, I’m often asked about some of the “new” social media tools available to organizations. What are the BEST tools? How can they help? Are they worth it? If you’re thinking about whether or not to apply social media tools at work, […]
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Social Media Tools At Work?

Social Media Tools: Applicable at Work or Not? Working as a project management consultant, I’m often asked about some of the “new” social media tools available to organizations.  What are the BEST tools?  How can they help?  Are they worth it?  If you’re thinking about whether or not to apply social media tools at work, […]
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