Mar 14, 2010

Twitter Stream: Interview with HP's CEO and Community clouds in Supply Chain

Every week, I post five interesting articles and links I came across in my Twitter Stream with their sources. I try to think of it as a weekend series where I get a chance to look at other people’s ideas. Check out my Twitter page. It is just one of the several ways of connecting with me. I’ve also created a list of “Supply Chain” related people I follow on Twitter. The list keeps growing. In my first Twitter Stream post, I’d mentioned that the lisscm-twitter-supply-chain t had 55 people. Today, the list has 85 people and is growing everyday. Here is this week’s five tweets. Do let me know what you think.

 

Twitter Stream #03 

McKQuarterly Interview with HP's CFO: Thinking longer term during a crisis http://bit.ly/dtdFzn

thegreengod Recycling efforts fail to change old habits: ... in the past decade, even as environmental concerns have sparked “... http://bit.ly/dovo2n

SupplyChainMgt Should We Switch To Consumption-Based Carbon Dioxide Accounting? http://ow.ly/16NxOc

rmontellano RT @SupplyChainBlog: 5 Case Studies on Companies That Win at Social Media and eCommerce http://bit.ly/18aq9n

christianve Community #clouds can foster #collaborationacross the #supply chain http://bit.ly/91VtYd Combining services facilitates this

 

I especially think the community clouds idea has a lot of potential. Thanks Chris and thanks to all the tweeters in my stream. Keep the ideas coming.

 

What are your ideas about the Twitter Stream series? Do you think it adds value to you?

Mar 14, 2010

Twitter Stream: Interview with HP's CEO and Community clouds in Supply Chain

Every week, I post five interesting articles and links I came across in my Twitter Stream with their sources. I try to think of it as a weekend series where I get a chance to look at other people’s ideas. Check out my Twitter page. It is just one of the several ways of connecting with me. I’ve also created a list of “Supply Chain” related people I follow on Twitter. The list keeps growing. In my first Twitter Stream post, I’d mentioned that the lisscm-twitter-supply-chain t had 55 people. Today, the list has 85 people and is growing everyday. Here is this week’s five tweets. Do let me know what you think.

 

Twitter Stream #03 

McKQuarterly Interview with HP's CFO: Thinking longer term during a crisis http://bit.ly/dtdFzn

thegreengod Recycling efforts fail to change old habits: ... in the past decade, even as environmental concerns have sparked “... http://bit.ly/dovo2n

SupplyChainMgt Should We Switch To Consumption-Based Carbon Dioxide Accounting? http://ow.ly/16NxOc

rmontellano RT @SupplyChainBlog: 5 Case Studies on Companies That Win at Social Media and eCommerce http://bit.ly/18aq9n

christianve Community #clouds can foster #collaborationacross the #supply chain http://bit.ly/91VtYd Combining services facilitates this

 

I especially think the community clouds idea has a lot of potential. Thanks Chris and thanks to all the tweeters in my stream. Keep the ideas coming.

 

What are your ideas about the Twitter Stream series? Do you think it adds value to you?