A new website and some new ideas

The last few weeks have been a flurry of activity. Just a few days ago Oliver Marks announced that he was joining us, and before that we announced our acquisition of Headshift.

Today Dachis Group is launching a new website, and I am excited about it for a few reasons. The primary one is that there is now a place where Dachis Group can share Social Business Design thinking. There is a lot of material on there that people will be able to explore and I hope that it helps get some new conversations going about Social Business Design.

The other thing that I am excited about is that the new site has the beginnings of some new ideas for how Dachis Group will grow as a Social Business. If you go to the front page of the site you will see a stream of information about what we are doing. Some people won’t believe that this is a live and unmoderated view of what we are doing. It is unlike anything else out there and represents a glimpse at the Dynamic Signal of our organization.

As this part of the website grows and becomes part Collaboration space and part Laboratory, it will offer our customers new ways to interact and engage with us and other Social Business Design thinkers.

So, please take a minute to check out the new site and post feedback here if you have any questions for me. You can also download our Social Business Design whitepaper if you would like a more in-depth view of what Social Business Design is and can mean to your business.

2 thoughts on “A new website and some new ideas

  1. Congratulations on the new site launch. It must have come together quite quickly given all the recent moves for your business. I like what you have done with your homepage, as it is almost an extension of what you’ll find at: bondartscience.com

    The approach is unique; however, I’d say you can probably remove e-mail from your list of news feed items. We’re all e-mailing, all the time, whether a part of this industry or not yet.

    Anyways, applause and congrats! I look forward to your continued contribution to breaking down old thinking.


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