2010 year in review
as it is the final week of 2010, i thought it would be a great (read: cliché) way to end the year with a recap of my favorite posts from the past 12 months. so here they are, in no particular order, my top picks for 2010:
- “the common man goes nowhere”—herb brooks. originally posted in march, this post was a retrospective on my first year at booz allen and how i see myself progressing through life and my career.
- don’t box me in: enterprise 2.0 employees working in an enterprise 1.0 world. posted in october (my birthday, actually), this is an expression of my feelings of being so young and being in a line of work that’s not generally known for being very progressive.
- case study: the @zoowithroy brand. posted in september, i wanted to highlight how one man â€” zoo with roy â€” has been able to grow such a cult following in such a short amount of time, and what we can learn from that.
- what if your phone calls were like your social media? posted in february, this was meant to start a conversation about people and organizations that use social media sites and services, but forget about the ‘social’ part.
- what can we learn from the beautiful game? originally posted in june during the world cup, i found a few results to be completely shocking and also found an underlying lesson beneath it all.
i do want to say thank you to all my readers for checking out these things i write each week. you make what i do here more meaningful. i hope you had a fantastic holiday season, and wish you all the best for 2011.
in bocca al lupo