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  • Reply Steve Holcombe April 28, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    Jon,

    Thx for posting. I’ve been paying attention to Seth Goldstein for the last couple of years. First became aware of him through an article in The Economist. I liked Slide 27 in particular:

    “Conventional media wisdom is to tell a great big story to as many people as possible [but] social media is all about enabling lots of little stories to be created by lots of different people at the same time.”

    I would extrapolate this to supply chains as possible:

    “Conventional enterprise wisdom is to vertically integrate their small business supply chains from the top down with “the same story” [but] social networking says that it is more effective to virtually integrate those supply chains by additionally enabling small businesses to tell their own story.”

    Taking all of the above into consideration, what is your vision for the recently deployed Inovis Social Network vis-a-vis the integration of small business supply chains with the EDI space?

  • Reply jon gatrell April 28, 2009 at 6:34 pm

    The history of the world part 8: Social Media Stories View more presentations from Seth Goldstein. http://tinyurl.com/c7a7ov

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