Organizations Don’t Tweet now out in hardback

Looks like Amazon now have my book Organizations Don’t Tweet, People Do on their “shelves”!

Something I hadn’t realised previously was that my publisher John Wiley & Sons is able to do special runs of the book with individualised company inserts such as a frontispiece or introduction. They are also able to publish individual chapters, or selections of chapters bound in special editions. A number of clients are also buying in bulk which is great as the book was primarily written as an influencing tool for those trying to get traction with the social web in big organisations. Do get in touch if you would like to find out more about this by emailing me at euan [at] euansemple [dot] com

4 thoughts on “Organizations Don’t Tweet now out in hardback

  1. I've read the book (excellent of course!). What's your main defence if you're accused of being naive? In my opinion if you lose all naivety you lose the ability to learn new concepts, being aspirational could be regarded as naive and of course pretending that someone is actually in control of a large number of people is also naive. Interested in your thoughts.


  2. Glad you enjoyed the book Marko. You are right about where the naivety is. Scared people convincing other people to stay scared too. There is a lot of collusion in the nightmare of "businesslike" that keeps the lid on opportunity and saps the will to live.


  3. This was on my desk this morning when I arrived at work. I'm barely a quarter through it, my coffee is almost untouched and I'm enjoying it (the book!) every bit as much as I thought I would. Thank you.


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