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He was Mercator Visiting Professor at the University of Cologne, and is a lecturer at Helsinki University of Technology. Earlier, Peter was a Senior Research Fellow at the Dartmouth Tuck Center for Digital Strategies and an adjunct faculty in the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth and a Post-Doctoral Fellow at MIT. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Zurich in 1989. Peter is equally at home in the commercial world. He is founder and Chief Creative Officer of software startup galaxyadvisors . Until the end of 2002, Peter was a Partner with Deloitte Consulting, leading its E-Business practice ...
Enterprise social networking tools solve real business problems and provide measurable value by identifying and exploiting patterns in socialization and innovation. The equation for success is simple: Socialization (or person-to-person interaction) and innovation equals success. Visionary companies like 3M, Google and Amazon understand the intrinsic, biological social drivers of human nature and how to create a corporate culture that encourages initiative and innovation. Social networking leverages the new business intelligence, or the science of how people interact with one another. In ... Read More
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