Thursday, July 21, 2005

The value of internal blogs


Rather than trying to generate ideas in meetings, Ms. Cronin-Lukas advises, companies should create an internal blog on which employees can share ideas. A blog allows employees to show tangible evidence of their thinking and expertise, getting ideas out of their heads and putting them to work for the company.”

This is my view. On the other hand, one can just imagine a Dilbert satire of internal blogs.

Blogging for Business, Kyle Wingfield, The Wall Street Journal

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