The Principals of the Internet Time Alliance decided to take a collective look ahead to the new year, and share our predictions. You’ll see overlap but also unique perspectives:
An increasing number of organisations, independent of size, nature or location, will acknowledge that their traditional training and development models and processes are failing to live up to the expectations of their leaders and workforce in a dynamic and global marketplace.Ã¢?Â¦
Following on from my earlier post, here are some more predictions for 2010:
Fresh Networks has a posting about 2010: Community Management predictions: "What will community managers be talking about? What legal changes are
bubbling away?Ã¢?Â¦ [...]
It's getting close to the end of the year, so the prediction postings have already begun.
Joel Postman's posting on Social Media Today (and Socialized) offers the following 5 social media predictions for 2010 – briefly listed below – but read the posting for more detail:
Augmented Reality Applications Will Start to Go Mainstream Location-Based Applications Will Dissolve Into General Social Networks Enterprise Social Software Applications Will Become Commonplace More Social Media Regulation Will Follow the FTC’s October Endorsement Guides Social Search Will Shake Out, and the Search Metaphor Will Change
I'll post about more when I find them.
Anybody want to add their own in the the comments below?Ã¢?Â¦