Gone Dark? Not Exactly... Shifting Channels
For those who haven't been following me in the world of Twitter in recently (@dankeldsen), while I have not been nearly as active here on BizTechTalk, I've busy with client work, and most recently having the wonderful experience of being with some of the smartest minds I've had the pleasure of interacting with at this week's Front End of Innovation (#feiboston or #fei09) just a 10 minute walk from my office.
I was talking (as you can see in the YouTube clip above) on the topic of Enterprise 2.0 and Innovation, and had a great audience, and incredible and ongoing conversations before, during and after the session.
Full slide deck below - audio coming shortly:
The Business of a New Business
And for those who may have forgotten, or indeed, not known, Carl Frappaolo and I have been busy gents in our new (as of December 2008) company, Information Architected.
While the economy could certainly be in far better shape than it is, we have been quite busy with some attention getting SharePoint research, case studies and presentations (free subscription to the information - dripped over 2-3 weeks) out the door starting in January, as well as taking all that we've learned over the 15-25 years we've been doing work in the process, innovation, content, knowledge and search worlds, to provide very targeted educational offerings tied tightly to the consulting capabilities we offer.
For those clients who have seen fit to work with us in the 6 months out of the gate, I sincerely thank you for the work (and would name you, if not for the NDAs, although I understand the reasoning, no worries).
Good to have new clients as well to have circled back to past clients to help continue the work we had begun from the Delphi Group days.
And for those who are in need of no-nonsense analysis, consulting or education services - please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Unless I am on the road, I look forward to seeing people at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference again this year (also a mere 10 minute walk from the office - sometimes being Boston-based is a very good thing), and otherwise, see you online and offline wherever we might next meet.
Don't hesitate to get in touch, and if I can help you at all in YOUR business, let me know, I'd be happy to see if there is a good fit, and if not, the cast of thousands in my LinkedIn and Twitter networks are likely to hold suitable candidates.