Dennis D. McDonald (ddmcd@outlook.com) is an independent consultant located in Alexandria Virginia. His services and capabilities are described here. Application areas include project, program, and data management; market assessment, digital strategy, and program planning; change and content management; social media; and, technology adoption. Follow him on Google+. He also publishes on CTOvision.com and aNewDomain.

My Top 20 Posts for 2010

My Top 20 Posts for 2010

By Dennis D. McDonald

In descending order, here are my top 20 Managing Technology posts for 2010, based on a tally of pageview counts provided by Google Analytics:

  1. What’s the Difference Between Innovation and Creativity? (2007)
  2. Cookies, Imrworldwide, and Nielsen Netratings: What’s the Connection? (2007)
  3. A Short Definition of “Strategic Planning” (2007)
  4. How To Develop a Business-Aligned Social Media & Social Networking Strategy (2007)
  5. Banners and Widgets for Nonprofits and Volunteer Organizations, Part 1 (2008)
  6. McDonald’s Rules of Personal Connection Behavior (2007)
  7. ARRA’s Oversight and Information Technology Initiatives (2009)
  8. Move Over Kindle: Here Comes the Chinese E-Book (2008)
  9. Comparing Eras of Innovation: 1950’s Aerospace Advances and Today’s Web 2.0 (2006)
  10. What the Heck is “Social DRM”? (2008)
  11. Seven Articles about Strategic Planning and Social Media (2009)
  12. Business and I.T. Must Work Together to Manage New “Web 2.0” Tools (2006, with Jeremiah Owyang)
  13. Lessons Learned from Using Google Docs (2008)
  14. Project Management, Social Media, and Defining “Community” (2008)
  15. Proposed Definition for “Expertise Management Systems” (2006)
  16. Learning to Use Google Analytics (2005)
  17. Social Networking, Performance Improvement, and Service Differentiation: A Rising Tide (2010)
  18. Promoting Technology Enabled Collaboration in Complex R&DEnvironments (2009)
  19. Justifying Collaboration in Complex Programs such as Federal Acquisitions (2010)
  20. Two Simple Organizing Models for Communication Program Planning (2010)

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