These are my del.icio.us bookmarks for April 13th through April 15th:
- Go Big Always – “Don’t pee in the pool,” one customer’s rollout strategy – If you're going to get new technology adoption to bite then you have to be inventive. It's good to see how inventive some companies can be.
- Are current World Bank messages beyond Basel II? – This is worth absorbing if only to get a flavour of the inter-relationships between aspects of sustainability.
- 12 Reputations Every Company Should Monitor Online – But, it’s one thing to know how important reputation monitoring is–and which tracking tools to use–but what “reputations” should you monitor exactly? – do you have a reputation worth tracking in the first place?
- 10 Business Blogging Benefits for Businesses – "Without a blog, a business, whether online or offline based, is as good as heading towards a dead end" – jeez, we'd all better get ready for the insolvency guys then. Sorry, but this is overblowing the story.
- re: The Auditors: Delta And Northwest Merge – No Auditors Were Harmed In The Process – Ernst and Young audits both companies.
Instead of two smaller losers, now they're going to audit one really big one.
- Tax Research UK / The ACCA – an organisation worth quitting – Bloody hell! Ask a question and be told your resignation is accepted? Someone has messed up here big time.
- Build A Solo Practice, LLC: Your Inbound Client Call Deserves Premium Attention – Stuff like this matters and we should be paying attention to how customers are handled. If they can't get through to you, then who picks up the baton?
- The Outsourcing Blog…”Horses for Sources”: Blog-culture is ripping up the rule book for the outsourcing services and technology media industry – An interesting take on where the analysis is going these days Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Ffersht.typepad.com%2Fthe_outsourcing_bloghorse%2F2008%2F03%2Fhow-is-the-blog.html