The book was “Show Your Work” and I’ve read it numerously now, each time gleaning new gems. He basically preaches that success flows to the person who openly shares: that if you come across new knowledge in your field of interest, open it up to others online rather than asking for new things from them. In this way a synergy of thought develops and the world becomes a creatively better place. Continue reading
I saw one of Gen Y’s human resource management practitioners, Sarah Miller, give a video presentation about the role of social media in business the other day. Her summary came down to a basic mantra: to be seen you have to share.
A few days after, a colleague posed the following question: Continue reading