Social Media, Enterprise Collaboration, Enterprise 2.0
Len graduated from University of Toronto in 1973 with a Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies and Medieval History. He gained his foundation in business development while working for the publisher, Prentice-Hall. A proponent of Phil Kotler, Len built a consulting practice starting in 1989 focused on developing and executing business and marketing plans for start ups and companies entering into new market. Many of these organizations have been Internet start ups.
Over the past two decades Len has gained insights into the Worldwide Web from its Arpanet roots to today’s ubiquitous network. He writes about web security, web etiquette, and social media usage. He writes two blogs, one focused on small business web usage to develop brand recognition and generate revenue, and the other dedicated to the future, looking at technology's evolution and its impact on humanity and the planet.
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Len's Recent Articles
- Growing a Social Business: Social Networks and Mentorship Dec 1, 2011
- Deploying Business Social Networks to Create Online Exchanges Sep 14, 2011
- The Next Wave: Enterprise 2.0, Immersive Workspaces and Virtual Worlds May 19, 2010
- Enterprise 2.0 Uses Social Networking to Engage Customers Apr 28, 2010
- Harvesting Collective Wisdom Through Enterprise Social Networks Apr 14, 2010
- How Enterprise 2.0 Sales Teams Will Use Social Networks Mar 24, 2010
- Tear Down Knowledge Silos with Enterprise Social Networks Mar 9, 2010
- Social Networking in the Enterprise: What’s the ROI? Feb 23, 2010