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Proposing some sessions for #e2conf

by Gil Yehuda on January 20, 2010

in Enterprise 2.0

Today is the last day for vote for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference sessions in Boston.  Let me share with you the five sessions I proposed and give you a little background about what I’m thinking these could be. 16 ways to spark a fight in the Enterprise 2.0 Community The 2.0 Adoption Council Research Report: A […]


I’m honored to share that I made another list — this time, the most influential twitter analysts.  I’m currently ranked #10 in the list of 500.  I know that these are short-lived little bursts of fame.  In a week someone will run a new calculation and perhaps I’ll be somewhere else on the list.  So I’m honored, but […]


What to contribute: Thoughts of a blogger

by Gil Yehuda on January 8, 2010

in Enterprise 2.0

A formal Thank You is in order for putting me on a list of highly influential bloggers!  Mark Fidelman put together a very cute chart and included some of the blogs that are well-worth reading if you are interested in Enterprise 2.0. [dtse][/dtse] There are other bloggers out there who write great stuff too — some […]


Building my business on positive attitude.

by Gil Yehuda on December 28, 2009

in Enterprise 2.0

2009 was a very challenging year for me and just about everyone I know.  I’m looking forward to better times ahead.  I’m an optimist.  I believe a positive attitude helps people endure. A strong support network of family and friends can be a lifesaver too. And if you had the foresight to plan ahead for tough times, […]


Listening for language clues.

by Gil Yehuda on December 20, 2009

in Enterprise 2.0

Language impacts the way people think and behave. Last week Andy McAfee published a thoughtful blog post on the topic of the word “social” as it relates to business. It generated a lot of interesting comments.  I hope you read it.  Terminology is important, and I describe my thoughts about this (and in particular the […]