What’s The Buzz for January 2014

Here’s a quick snapshot of what YOU have been talking about for the month of January 2014. Top five discussions/posts on our blog,Twitter, and Facebook.

BLOG POSTS NUMBER OF VIEWS/ COMMENTS/ LIKES/ SHARES
IBM Infographic Cartoon: So Your Parent is an IBMer (Survival Guide for Kids) 1260
(Replay) IBM Launches New Watson Group in Silicon Alley 293
IBM Connect 2014 – Energizing Life’s Work 266
What Does IBM Watson Look Like?  Generated Art Face the Wave of the Future? 174
How Many Times Should You Try Before Success? (Infographic) – No 1 Top Tweet 161
TWEETS NUMBER OF RETWEETS
Jan 11 – 3 Things You Never Knew About #IBM #Creativity – #Games , #Art , and #Music 14
Jan 14 – #IBM led the world in #patent issuances for the 21st year in a row #infographic 12
(Tie) Jan 4 – #Coffee #Personality – What Does Your Favorite Coffee Say About You? #Infographic, Jan 4 – The no. 1 use of the #internet is #social & 94% go to #learn, Jan 19 – #Teamwork is the mother of invention 10 each
Jan 23 – No. 2 most popular Facebook post: #IBM conference call #cartoon 9
(Tie) Jan 3 – Never do things others can do and will do, if there are things others cannot do or will not do – Amelia Earhart quote, Jan 12 – RT/ @TheRealFredrikG: How to #work fast #infographic via @EntMagazine 8 each
Greater IBM on FacebookFACEBOOK POSTS NUMBER OF COMMENTS/ LIKES/ SHARES
Jan 7 – No. 4 on the @Greater_IBM 2013 countdown – Why IS #IBM Called Big Blue? The Uncertain History of a Colorful Nickname 72
Jan 9 – No. 2 on the @Greater_IBM countdown for 2013: #Infographic – How to Identify an #IBMer 72
Jan 23 – Greater IBMers, do you have a conference call today? The number 2 most popular Facebook post from 2013: #IBM conference call #cartoon 72
Jan 15 – IBM CEO Ginni Rometty keynote speech at NRF (photo) 47
Jan 10 – #‎IBM‬ ‪#‎Infographic‬ ‪#‎Cartoon‬ for ‪#‎FridayFun‬ – So Your Parent is an IBMer (Survival Guide for Kids) 43

- By Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

Greater IBM Connections e-Newsletter: January

dec newsletter header Welcome to the Greater IBM Connections e-newsletter! We know that Greater IBMers, whether you worked for IBM in the past (or currently work at IBM) feel a connection to IBM that continues even if you’ve changed jobs or retired. This newsletter will help you keep up with the latest cutting-edge IBM innovations and industry trends, as well as stay in touch with your colleagues and friends. Have a suggestion or story idea? Feel free to send us as a comment to this post (be sure to include your email address, so we can reach you).

In this issue:

  • Featured Highlights
  • What’s The Buzz for the Month
  • IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story
  • Join the Conversation

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Featured Highlights

tweetchat_logoFeb 6 Tweet Chat:  Don’t miss our upcoming Tweet Chat on Feb 6 from 11am-12pm ET with Dr. Dario de Judicibus, Fashion Industry Leader for IBM Europe, and Scott Duby, IBM Global Retail Solutions Lead.  Bookmark this link and save the date!

IBM News Roundup:  There were several major announcements in January about Watson, Cloud, Big Data and more.  Two major IBM studies as well as 2013 4Q and full year earnings were released.  Also, IBM Connect was held in late January, and February is bringing IBM’s first Entrepreneur Week (Feb 3-7) and dev@Pulse (Feb 24-25).  Here’s a roundup of the major IBM news, events, and study releases for Jan-Feb, in case you missed them – http://wp.me/p2kcos-4BS

IBM Alumni – Are You on Twitter?: We have started a Twitter list for IBM Alumni here (http://bit.ly/1kCTwhT). If you are an IBM Alumni and would like to be added to this list, please reply to this post with your Twitter ID–> http://linkd.in/1fneP6K ——————————————————-

top5v2What’s the Buzz for the Month

What have you been reading and talking about recently? Here’s your chance to catch up on the five most popular posts published in January on The Greater IBM Connection blog. Thanks for visiting and for your comments on the blog.

You can also check out the Top Five Posts across our other social channels here –> http://wp.me/p2kcos-4Ev

  1. IBM Infographic Cartoon: So Your Parent is an IBMer (Survival Guide for Kids)
  2. (Replay) IBM Launches New Watson Group in Silicon Alley
  3. IBM Connect 2014 – Energizing Life’s Work
  4. What Does IBM Watson Look Like?  Generated Art Face the Wave of the Future?
  5. How Many Times Should You Try Before Success? (Infographic) – No 1 Top Tweet

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IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story

Gretchen Gottlich, Enterprise Information Executive

Gretchen Gottlich, Enterprise Information Executive

Our alumni story for January is about Big Data Expert, Gretchen Gottlich, also a former NASA Researcher who had the opportunity to meet Benoit Mandelbrot (the Father of Fractal Geometry) in person.  Check out her story and others at the links below!

We will be featuring IBM Alumni stories in the coming months, so please share your story with us in the LinkedIn discussion thread below, and we’ll be following up with the ones that seem the most interesting to our community for a further interview:

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- By Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

2013 Top Posts – The Greater IBM Connection

Here’s a quick summary of all our top 2013 posts across our blog, Twitter, and Facebook – thanks Greater IBMers!

BLOG POSTS NUMBER OF VIEWS
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Shares Her Leadership Philosophy (Jan 10) 4782
Infographic:  How to Identify An IBMer (June 17) 4589
Video Tour:  Capturing the Character of the IBM Brand (March 21) 3424
Why IS IBM Called Big Blue?  The Uncertain History of a Colorful Nickname (Jan 17) 3286
 50 Years of Innovation:  IBM Honors 2013 Fellows (April 3) 2193
TWEETS NUMBER OF RETWEETS
How many times should you try before #success? #infographic (Dec 8) – (blog post link) 20
Top 10 #skills to #succeed in the 21st century #workplace #Infographic (Dec 29) – (blog post link) 14
How a 1995 #IBM decision changed your internet life today – reflections by Irving Wladawsky-Berger #tech (Apr 17) – (blog post link) 12
How will technology improve our lives in the next 5 years #IBM5in5 (Dec 17) – (blog post link) 11
 Tie:  Women in Technology: Consider Joining IBM #IBMjobs #hotjobs #tech (May 24) – (blog post link), #IBM is #4 on Forbes World’s Most Powerful Brands – http://onforb.es/P8Bk63 (Nov 9) 10 each
Greater IBM on FacebookFACEBOOK POSTS NUMBER OF COMMENTS/ LIKES/ SHARES
IBM Smarter pumpkin (Oct 31 – Photo) 454
Have a few calls today, Greater IBM? (Aug 21 – Conference Call Cartoon Photo) 444
“Develop your own initiative. Do something no one else has done.” — Thomas J Watson, Sr (Jan 4 – Photo Quote) 289
Of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York 2013, as voted by Crain’s New York, look who is in the top spot (June 24 – Photo + Link) 287
50 years of innovation: IBM honors eight new Fellows (Apr 3 – Photo + Link) 247

- Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

Greater IBM Connections e-Newsletter: December

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Welcome to the Greater IBM Connections e-newsletter! We know that Greater IBMers, whether you worked for IBM in the past (or currently work at IBM) feel a connection to IBM that continues even if you’ve changed jobs or retired. This newsletter will help you keep up with the latest cutting-edge IBM innovations and industry trends, as well as stay in touch with your colleagues and friends. Have a suggestion or story idea? Feel free to send us as a comment to this post (be sure to include your email address, so we can reach you).

In this issue:

  • Featured Highlights
  • Best of Blog Roundup: Top 5 for November
  • IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story
  • Join the Conversation

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Featured Highlights

5 in 5 - wideIBM’s 5 in 5 – In Five Years Everything Will Learn: On December 17, IBM unveiled the annual list of five innovations that have the potential to change the way people work.  The 5 in 5 is based on market and societal trends as well as emerging technologies from IBM’s R&D labs around the world that can make these transformations possible.  This year’s 5 in 5 centered on Education, Retail, Healthcare, Security, and Cities.  To learn more – http://wp.me/p2kcos-430

Image Credit:  IBM Connect 2014

Image Credit: IBM Connect 2014

IBM Connect 2014 – Energizing Life’s Work (Jan 26-30):  Companies are changing the way they work today. The combination of social, collaborative and mobile technology infused with behavioral science and analytics is incredibly powerful – especially when it is delivered in the cloud.  IBM Connect will provide insights on how to apply these principles to your business.  As an added bonus for Dilbert fans, Dilbert creator Scott Adams will be speaking at the event.  To learn more – http://wp.me/p2kcos-4gA

IBM Alumni – Are You on Twitter?: We have started a Twitter list for IBM Alumni here (http://bit.ly/1kCTwhT). If you are an IBM Alumni and would like to be added to this list, please reply to this post with your Twitter ID–> http://linkd.in/1fneP6K

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top5v2Top 5 Most Popular Blog Posts for December

What have you been reading and talking about recently? Here’s your chance to catch up on the five most popular posts published in December on The Greater IBM Connection blog. Thanks for visiting and for your comments on the blog.

  1. IBM’s 5 in 5:  In Five Years Everything Will Learn
  2. IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Looking Ahead to the Smarter Enterprise
  3. IBM NanoMedicine Adventures:  Ninjas vs Superbugs (Movie + Infographic)
  4. Santa Uses Predictive Analytics for Toy Matching (Christmas Infographic)
  5. Santa is On His Way – How is Big Data Analytics Helping? (Infographic)

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IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story

Teresa Golden, Vice President, Digital Transformation, for IBM Global Technology Services (GTS)

Teresa Golden, Vice President, Digital Transformation, for IBM Global Technology Services (GTS)

Our alumni story for December is about Teresa Golden, an innovative IBM Marketing Vice President who retired in December.  We also have a new place on our blog for IBM Alumni stories – check it out at the link below to catch up on all the great alumni stories that have been shared!

We will be featuring IBM Alumni stories in the coming months, so please share your story with us in the LinkedIn discussion thread below, and we’ll be following up with the ones that seem the most interesting to our community for a further interview:

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Stay connected with The Greater IBM Connection by:

- Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

Greater IBM Connections e-Newsletter: November

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Welcome to the Greater IBM Connections e-newsletter! We know that Greater IBMers, whether you worked for IBM in the past (or currently work at IBM) feel a connection to IBM that continues even if you’ve changed jobs or retired. This newsletter will help you keep up with the latest cutting-edge IBM innovations and industry trends, as well as stay in touch with your colleagues and friends. Have a suggestion or story idea? Feel free to send us as a comment to this post (be sure to include your email address, so we can reach you).

In this issue:

  • Featured Highlights
  • Best of Blog Roundup: Top 5 for November
  • IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story
  • Join the Conversation

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Featured Highlights

athen-twitter-125x125Dec 4 Tweet Chat: Were you able to join the #Greater IBM Big Data/Data Science Career Tweet Chat on Dec 4 with guest experts Jim Kobielus and Tom Deutsch, Big Data Evangelists at IBM?  If not, be sure to catch the chat recap below and stay tuned for our next Tweet Chat.

IBM Ninja Polymers from IBM Infographic

IBM Ninja Polymers from IBM Infographic

IBM Ninjas vs Superbugs: Antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs’ like MRSA are one of the biggest health concerns of the 21st century, killing 23,000 Americans a year.  IBM scientists, in partnership with the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, are working on a new type of nanomedicine polymer that can attack these superbugs at the physical level through the use of electrostatic charges.  Traditional antibiotics work by attacking bacteria at the chemical level, which opens the door for the bacteria to evolve and develop resistance. To learn more – http://wp.me/p2kcos-410

IBM Alumni – Are You on Twitter?:  We have started a Twitter list for IBM Alumni here (http://bit.ly/1kCTwhT).  If you are an IBM Alumni and would like to be added to this list, please reply to this post with your Twitter ID–> http://linkd.in/1fneP6K

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top5v2Top 5 Most Popular Blog Posts for November

What have you been reading and talking about recently? Here’s your chance to catch up on the five most popular posts published in November on The Greater IBM Connection blog. Thanks for visiting and for your comments on the blog.

  1. #GreaterIBM Big Data Tweet Chat Preview: Is Data Science Your Next Career? on 12/4/13 
  2. IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Story Roundup – (IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Wins Global Leadership Award also a top ranked story)
  3. IBM Fellow Irene Greif Retires – A Pioneer in Building a Workplace that Works
  4. 20% Off Holiday Savings for IBM Alumni and Retirees
  5. 3 Ways to Beat the Monday Morning Blues

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IBM Alumni Stories + Tell Us Your Story

We’ve had some great IBM alumni stories shared in the past month, so be sure to read them if you missed them the first time – thanks for sharing your story with us!

We will be featuring IBM Alumni stories in the coming months, so please share your story with us in the LinkedIn discussion thread below, and we’ll be following up with the ones that seem the most interesting to our community for a further interview:

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Stay connected with The Greater IBM Connection by:

- Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

Greater IBM Connections e-Newsletter: October

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Welcome to the Greater IBM Connections e-newsletter!  We know that Greater IBMers, whether you worked for IBM in the past (or currently work at IBM) feel a connection to IBM that continues even if you’ve changed jobs or retired.  This newsletter will help you keep up with the latest cutting-edge IBM innovations and industry trends, as well as stay in touch with your colleagues and friends.  Have a suggestion or story idea?  Feel free to send us as a comment to this post (be sure to include your email address, so we can reach you).

In this issue:

  • October Highlights
  • Best of Blog Roundup: Top 5 for October
  • IBM Alumni, Tell Us Your Story
  • Join the Conversation

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October Highlights

athen-twitter-125x125Oct 31 Tweet Chat:  Were you able to join the Greater IBM and IBM Smarter Planet Cognitive Computing Tweet Chat on October 31 with guest experts Steve Hamm, co-author of Smart Machines and Dr. Dharmendra Modha, founder of IBM’s Cognitive Computing group at IBM Research?   If not, be sure to catch the chat recap below and stay tuned for our next Tweet Chat on Big Data and Analytics.

IBM News Roundup:  There were four major IBM studies released in October (C-Suite, Security, Cloud, and Analytics), President Obama visited IBM’s P-Tech school in New York, and 3Q Earnings were released.  Also the Information On Demand conference in Las Vegas is this week (Nov 3-7).  Here’s a roundup of the major IBM news, events, and study releases from October, in case you missed them – http://wp.me/p2kcos-30y

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top5v2Top 5 Most Popular Blog Posts for October

What have you been reading and talking about recently?  Here’s your chance to catch up on the five most popular posts published in October on The Greater IBM Connection blog.  Thanks for visiting and for your comments on the blog.

  1. IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Shares Her Approach To Innovation
  2. 5 Ways To Become an IBM Champion
  3. How To Tweet Chat
  4. The Origins of Cloud Computing – from the 1920s
  5. 3 Things You Never Knew About IBM Creativity – Games, Art, and Music

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IBM Alumni, Tell Us Your Story

You may have heard of one or two famous IBM alumni who have gone on to be CEOs or executives of major global brands and achieved some amazing things.  How about you?  Do you have a career story or achievement that you think would inspire others?  We know that IBM alumni often go on to achieve many great things in their career, and we’d like to hear your story. Please tell us what post-IBM achievement you are most proud of in your career, and how what you learned at IBM has helped you.  We’d like to feature some IBM Alumni in the coming months, so please share your story with us in the LinkedIn discussion thread below.  We’ve also included a few examples of stories we’ve run on alumni in the past to help get you started.

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- Posted by Julie Yamamoto

September Roundup and Coming Up: Tweet Chat, IBM Champion, Smarter Cities

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In this issue:

  • Cognitive Computing Tweet Chat on Oct 31
  • 5 Ways to Become an IBM Champion (Deadline Oct 15)
  • Smarter Cities – Share Your Ideas
  • Best of the Blog: Your Top 5 for September
  • Join the Conversation

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Cognitive Computing Tweet Chat on Oct 31

athen-twitter-125x125Don’t miss our upcoming Tweet Chat on Oct 31 from 12-1pm ET with Steve Hamm, co-author of Smart Machines: IBM’s Watson and the Era of Cognitive Systems and Dr. Dharmendra Modha, founder of IBM’s Cognitive Computing group at IBM Research.  Bookmark this link and save the date!

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5 Ways To Become an IBM Champion (Oct 15 Deadline)

An IBM Champion is an IT professional, business leader, developer, or educator who makes exceptional contributions to the technical community and influences and mentors others to help them make best use of IBM software, solutions, and services. The IBM Champion program recognizes these innovative thought leaders and rewards these contributors by amplifying their voices and increasing their spheres of influence.  An IBM Champion is not an IBM employee. IBM Champions can live in any country.  Nominations are open until Oct 15.

5 Ways to Become An IBM Champion:  http://wp.me/p2kcos-2wm

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Smarter Cities – Share Your Ideas

Are you a doer, thinker, problem solver, creator or dreamer? Help your city get smarter!

As cities around the globe are confronted with growing populations, aging infrastructure, reduced budgets, and the challenge of doing more with less, IBM is helping to transform city operations to become more efficient with Smarter Cities solutions.  The new global People for Smarter Cities site is a place where YOU can conduct meaningful online conversations and contribute original ideas about how to make YOUR city work smarter.  Giant sculptures made from recycled plastic bottles, sustainable furniture made from discarded wood pallets, and a bicycle phone charger are among some of the ideas already submitted from around the world.  What’s YOUR idea?

Help Your City Get Smarter (#P4SC): http://wp.me/p2kcos-2ui

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top5v2Top 5 Most Popular Blog Posts for September

  1. Dr. Dharmendra Modha – Building IBM’s Brain in a Box
  2. The IBM Jobs Blog Just Launched!
  3. (Tie) IBM Logo Store Now Open to IBM Alumni and Retirees Worldwide! and Coffee Break Cartoon:  Cloud Computing
  4. Women in Technology at IBM – Rejecting the ‘Expected’
  5. Mobile Workers Expected to Grow to 5 Billion+ by 2016

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- Posted by Julie Yamamoto

LinkedIn Group Engagement Strategy? Here’s Our All-Time Top Posts

(Graphic credit:  Brafton)

(Graphic credit: Brafton)

Thinking about how to better engage your group members on LinkedIn?  This may help.  It’s an overview of the all-time most popular posts for The Greater IBM Connection, one of the largest business networking groups on LinkedIn.  Initially we were going to pull a list just for 2012 but thought this list yields a bit more insight into what works well for engaging LinkedIn group members.  Here’s an overview of the all-time top ten LinkedIn discussions, by number of likes/comments/votes.  For the most part, questions about affiliation to IBM or career did the best.  It’s also worth mentioning the #11 most popular post since it fell off this list but does tie in well with our January theme of ‘leadership’.  It was “Who was the greatest IBM President and CEO of the last century?  Why?  Your Story?” posted in Aug 2011 with 103 comments/likes.

Greater IBM on LinkedInLINKEDIN DISCUSSION
NUMBER OF COMMENTS/LIKES
1 – Lessons Learned – …What’s one lesson YOU learned at IBM that you use in the rest of your life? (Mar 2011) 542
2 – What’s the most interesting thing you do in your non-work life?  What’s one fascinating thing about you that has nothing to do with IBM? (Feb 2012 and Oct 2012) 266 combined
3 – Whom would return to IBM? poll (Dec 2011) 232 votes, 39 comments/likes
4 – What was the project you were involved/participated in at IBM that you will always remember? (Mar 2011) 219
5 – What motivates you at work, beyond the paycheck? poll(Mar 2012) 194 votes, 42 comments/likes
6 – Just for a laugh….How to spot an old IBMer (Apr 2012) 156
7 – Looking to return to IBM?(May 2012) 154
8 – Why former IBMers who left maybe years ago for any reason are still active on The Greater IBM Connection? (June 2012) 132
9 – Greater IBMers:  What’s your most productive time of day?  poll (Nov 2012) 110 votes, 8 comments
10 – CHALLENGE:  Describe the purpose of IT governance in no more than a 160 characters SMS message… (Feb 2010) 108

–Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

Greater IBM Blog: Could Have Powered 7 Film Festivals?

2012blogKind of amazing, but here’s a snippet from The Greater IBM Connection 2012 blogging report – if each blog view were a film, this blog could have powered 7 Film Festivals.  Not bad, considering that the blog was only re-launched in late August.  Here’s an overview of the top ten posts, by number of views, for the year.

BLOG POSTS NUMBER OF VIEWS
1 – In Focus: Aetna Plans for IBM Retirees Available through Retiree Health Access® (Oct 2012) 1,417
2 – Are You on the Fast Track? New Tech Trends Study Out Now (Dec 2012) 1,143
3 – 9 Bad Work Habits – and How to Break Them (Nov 2012) 1,065
4 – Author Walter Hehl on The Ominous Acceleration of Knowledge (Aug 2012) 954
5 – The One Key that Helped Drive the Computer Revolution – Thanks to IBM (Oct 2012) 812
6 – Did You Know About the IBM Gift Advisor? (Dec 2012) 788
7 – Five Things You Should Stop Doing – Your To-Ignore List (Sept 2012) 679
8 – Be Happier at Work: Stop Doing These 10 Things Right Now (Dec 2012) 614
9 – Coffee Nation: How Caffeine Affects Your Creativity (Sept 2012) 595
10 – 5 Top Tips to Starting a Successful Business, by Richard Branson (Oct 2012) 583

–Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection

What’s The Buzz for December 2012

Here’s a quick snapshot of what YOU have been talking about for the month of December 2012. Top five discussions/posts on LinkedIn, Facebook, our blog, and Twitter

Greater IBM on LinkedInLINKEDIN DISCUSSION NUMBER OF COMMENTS/ LIKES
Why former IBMers who left maybe years ago for any reason are still active on The Greater IBM Connection? 58 (Dec), 128 all time
IBM Leader in Gutting 401(k)s – Forbes 34 (Dec), 39 all time
Has IBM lost the I…apparently in job postings!…(all job adverts are USA…) 33
Lotus No More 27
Great article….Passing of Zig Ziglar 21
Greater IBM on FacebookFACEBOOK POSTS NUMBER OF COMMENTS/ LIKES/ SHARES
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has won a place in a BIG year-end list (Ginni Rometty photo and link to CNN story) 228
Green for the holidays! Read about how an IBM Centennial Grant supports the movement for green schools in Singapore (Photo and link to blog story) 112
It’s a matter of subtraction, not addition – try NOT doing these 10 things and see how your work life and happiness levels can improve (link to blog post) 44
#IBMAlumni, here’s another short history quiz for you – who invented the world’s first hard drive? (Photo and link to blog story) 44
#ibm #ibmsimon GreaterIBMers, did you think that the world’s first #Smartphone = #Apple or #Android? Think again… (Photo and link to blog story) 42
BLOG POSTS NUMBER OF COMMENTS/ LIKES/ SHARES
Innovation Breakthrough: IBM Chip to Use LIGHT to Significantly Accelerate Your Internet 88
Be Happier at Work: Stop Doing These 10 Things Right Now 88
Are You on the Fast Track? New Tech Trends Study Out Now 50
World’s First Smartphone = Apple or Android? Think again… 46
IBM’s 5 in 5: Welcome To The Era of Cognitive Systems 28
TWEETS NUMBER OF RETWEETS
Leadership is doing what is right when no one is watching. – George Van Valkenburg 5
Infographic: what the 2012 #IBMTechTrends results can tell us about skill gaps in technology. 4
#ibm #bigdata #smarteranalytics Free Webcast 12/6 at 11am ET – Leveraging Analytics for Competitive Advantage 4
Factoid: We Spent 121 Billion Minutes on Social Media in One Month 4
(too many to list) 3 each

–Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection