Any problems you're hiding will eventually blow up in your face – Be the Voice podcast

by David Spark on August 18, 2008

Episode four of the “Be the Voice” podcast stars Charlene Li, independent (formerly with Forrester) thought leader covering emerging technology.

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Charlene Li, by Thomas HawkHere are some of the highlights from my interview with Charlene Li:

  • Charlene Li leaves Forrester to break out an independent though leader and consultant in the area of emerging technologies.
  • Business communications have changed. Even if you try to hide problems, they will eventually be discovered and blow up in your face.
  • Social media should not be treated like an advertising campaign. It’s a conversation. And conversations are open ended.
  • If you don’t give your audience what they need and want, it doesn’t matter how great a voice you have, they won’t come and listen to you.

Read the entire article and listen to my interview with Charlene Li [28:53m].

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