Success story number one: just had an e-mail from a colleague wanting to know more about the work I’m doing setting up a site for the group’s internal employee survey. She read my Connect status update.
It’s a week into our experiment with internal (“not-social”) networking system Connect, so I was interested to see whether people were using it. To test the application is available globally I’ve connected to people around the world, leading one colleague to dub me the Lily Allen of Interact. While a few of my contacts have amended their status to show what they’re doing, most of … Continue reading One week of Connect 2.0
Our Facebook-style internal networking system is now live and looks like proving successful. I’ve invited a bunch of geographically-distributed people to connect with me and already they’re starting to invite others to connect with them. The feed on the central pane of the homepage is tracking updates – connections and changes to profiles. Predictably, many connections result in a profile update as people check their … Continue reading Facebook-style internal networking and Twitter-style status updates now live