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» PR Chatter - October 30, 2007 from Common Sense PR
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@Valeria: Thanks again to you. As I said we are thinking about making a map with all the terms related with influence and then try to give them a value.
The method should be - more o less -like Forrester's external blog ROI or mine about internal blog ROI. As you know we made a wiki to collaborate , also, on this topic........if you wish to join you are welcome.

@John: We are not trying to sell nothing just fed up [not in reference to you, obviously] with opinions would like to shift to facts/data.

Ciao.

Pier Luca Santoro

Lots of companies are trying to sell this stuff - but just ask the simple question can you actually quantify an intangible. Of course not. Measure and remeasure everything you can but don't assume everything is quantifiable. If it were, we'd all be outsourced.

@Joe -- fit is important at so many levels: culture, job type, team, etc. The outcomes in alignment, performance, influence, etc. all depend on fit. Thank you for helping me flesh out that point. So how you enroll yourself to help others get results while you fulfill your mission goes to satisfy that tension.

@Pier Luca -- I posed the question back on Twitter. So far, no takers. It's a hefty one because I think that part of influence is quality of thought. But, I know there are specific actions we take as a result of influence so possibly what we measure is the outcome from those actions. It's kind of like what your customers' customers do in a B2B model. You inspired me to push further, thank you!

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