Although I'll be continuing to blog more generally at Strategic HCM and to share broader advice at JonIngham.com, I'm also going to be providing ongoing updates which build upon the ideas in The Social Organization on this site.
If you're particularly interested in finding out more about the Social Organization you can also find some of my earlier thoughts at another blog site I had previously contributed to - Social Advantage (which itself replaced an earlier blog, The New Social Business, which I started in November 2007).
For example, it's interesting to take a look at my first post on The New Social Business in which I explained:
"I've been blogging about human capital management (HCM) for a few months now.
However, I actually believe that there are three main intangibles in an organisation, which are human, organisation and social capital. And out of these, I think it is social capital that provides the greatest opportunity for business competitiveness. This is partly because of the new possibilities provided by social media, and the new expectations of the millennial generation. It's also because it's becoming increasingly apparent that the traditional way of managing organisations isn't working very well.
This is an area that I don't think many people know much about, and I will admit to feeling fairly unknowledgeable about it myself. So whereas in my other blog, I feel able to comment as an expert about human capital, I have set up this one to support a personal journey of learning. But I hope that readers will want to take this journey with me as well."