Category: Michael’s Books

Thoughts on Training

In his comments on the second edition of User Adoption Strategies, my editor commented on the low level of effectiveness attributed by survey respondents to the three “training” strategies – classroom, web-based, and pages on the Intranet. He suggested I should examine why that’s the case. In that […]

Workshop in Seattle

I’ve been working with a client in Seattle on user adoption for a SharePoint-based team collaboration application over the past two days (using the User Adoption In-House Workshop as the basis). The working group at the client’s organization assembled in Seattle – with multiple people flying in from […]

IGLOO Software Embeds MicroStrategy BI Tools for Social Insight

IGLOO Software announced a partnership with MicroStrategy, for the integration of MicroStrategy’s business intelligence tools into IGLOO’s social business suite: “The solution will allow IGLOO customers to track user participation, influence, activity and engagement in a social intranet or extranet. As social technologies are introduced to business, workflow […]

Ordering Books by Fax

The dominant way I charge for books and reports is by credit card, processed through Paypal. It’s been interesting to note, though, that quite a few people either can’t pay this way – due to corporate policies usually, although sometimes by personal preference too. There’s always been another […]