When I saw this title BE LESS DYNAMIC AND MORE PRODUCTIVE Re: Social media on a co-workers (Jeff Balentine) Blog (http://www.ust-global.com/blog/less-dynamic-more-productive.aspx), I jumped to read the news. Social Media and all my Web 2.0 experience boils down to this phrase. Be Less Dynamic and More Productive. Why hadn't I thought of that?
For all those who are getting started using social media, or all those overwhelmed by the hype and interest-- Keep that phrase at the root of all you do. Feel free to share my organizational guidelines of Web 2.0 organization http://bostonrecruiter.blogspot.com/2009/03/web-20-organizing-your-... as they can be boiled down to the phrase --Less Dynamic and More Productive.
I have made plenty of mistakes, mostly because I'm curious about everything and want to try anything (risk assessed) once. I regret few mistakes I've made as I see them as a learning moment. However, the mistakes I do regret the most have been around Social Media and Technology. Yes the Susan Hand-- known for my technical recruitment leadership, my online staffing brand strategies, industry knowledge, and sourcing ability! I made huge mistakes and everyone of them was EXTREMELY DYNAMIC! I just hope sharing a Mistake isn't one of those more dynamic than productive blogs:-)
Learn from others and take this phrase at its face value. Be less dynamic and more productive in Social Media approach.