Leadership Lessons of Web 2.0 – Secret #4: Permission To Fail

Posted by on Nov 8, 2008 in Web 2.0 Leadership Lessons | 6 Comments

This is the fourth in a series of posts looking as how aspiring leaders can learn from Web 2.0 practices and theory. On The Web: On the web, users are accountable for their own behaviours in a community and in most cases, the community will create its own champions and police those who don’t meet […]

Leadership Lessons of Web 2.0 – Secret #3: Be A Valuable Community Member

Posted by on Nov 7, 2008 in Web 2.0 Leadership Lessons | 11 Comments

This is the third in a series of posts looking as how aspiring leaders can learn from Web 2.0 practices and theory. On The Web: Take the example of two different types of bloggers. Jim has a great looking blog with very compelling content. Sandra has a basic template blog with relatively average content. BUT, […]

Leadership Lessons Of Web 2.0 – Secret #2: Engagement

Posted by on Nov 6, 2008 in Web 2.0 Leadership Lessons | 9 Comments

This is the second in a series of posts looking as how aspiring leaders can learn from Web 2.0 practices and theory. On The Web: What is it that defines Web 2.0? To me, it’s interactivity.  If Web 1.0 was a one-way ‘speech’ to the crowd or a ‘push’ of information, Web 2.0 is a […]

Leadership Lessons Of Web 2.0 – Secret #1: Give Up Control

I was recently in a seminar about leadership and in the middle of the day, I had a revelation. The theory behind being an effective leader and leading a high-performance team is based on almost the exact same theory as Web 2.0.  I’ve created a series of posts revealing ‘The Leadership Secrets of Web 2.0’, […]