links for 2009-07-04
Intranet 2.0 (social media on the corporate intranet) has not only become a collection of mainstream technologies, it has become a necessity for organizations that want to be an employer of choice.
Here are some social media numbers, not in the Intranet 2.0 Global study, to consider:
* About 90% of adults under the age of 40 are on Facebook (higher in Canada & Northern Europe, a little lower in the US)
* 39% of employees under the age of 25 would consider leaving their job if their company banned tools such as Facebook
The latest subscriber figures (see table below) show that, apart from a couple of exceptions, it’s time for newspapers to turn off their RSS feeds « and hand over the server space, technical support and webpage real estate to their Twitter accounts. Via ChouingMedia
Prioriser les tà¢ches selon 4 critères:
1: Plus un défaut est proche du point de transformation de votre site (la commande), plus son impact est grand.
2: Classez donc les défauts en fonction de leur coût de production.
3. Il y a des défauts plus ou moins graves : bloquant (tirez la sonnette d’alarme), trompeurs (ils font faire de fausses manipulations à vos visiteurs), bénin, etc.
4. Fréquence : plus un défaut arrive souvent à vos utilisateurs, plus vous avez intérêt à le corriger.
Do you like to find hidden meanings in your dreams? Do you ever wonder why do people dream? Would you like to control your dreams? We spend one-third of our lives sleeping and most of it dreaming.
Body language or nonverbal communication is a strong and often neglected form of communication. Although we instinctively use gestures to signal emotions, we are barely aware of it. Yet, we subconsciously react to these signals when we see them in others.
Understanding body language and using that knowledge can give you a huge advantage over people who don’t pay attention. What must be said though is that everyone is different, meaning not all signs typically associated with a certain emotion are true for every individual out there. The art is to be able to tell based on close observation. It’s a skill, it requires training, here are the clues.