Book Giveaway: Tactical Transparency, by Shel Holtz and John C Havens

Tactical Transparency

As announced on the most recent iJumpTV , we have a copy of Tactical Transparency to give away.

It’s co-written by one of my favourite podcasters, Shel Holtz , and John C Havens , VP of business development at BlogTalkRadio .

The book talks about what’s really important about social media – not the tools themselves, but the transparent mindset behind them.

So to be in to win, tell us why your company needs this book ! We’ll choose the best reason (or if they’re all too good, do a random drawing) on Monday next week.

How to enter:

  • leave a comment below
  • email me (simon at ijump dot co dot nz)
  • send me a tweet on Twitter

30 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Tactical Transparency, by Shel Holtz and John C Havens

  • Johnson hn Gerstner

    Because we need to understand the difference between being “authentic” and “transparent.” I,m sure this book makes that subtle but serious distinction abundantly clear.

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  • Johnson hn Gerstner

    Because we need to understand the difference between being “authentic” and “transparent.” I,m sure this book makes that subtle but serious distinction abundantly clear.

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  • Ben Young

    Great giveaway! I am assuming I am not eligible to enter but nonetheless have put a few tweets out for you πŸ™‚

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  • Ben Young

    Great giveaway! I am assuming I am not eligible to enter but nonetheless have put a few tweets out for you πŸ™‚

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  • Anthony

    Awesome giveaway! Wouldn’t be of much help to me but retweeted @bwagy. πŸ˜›

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  • Anthony

    Awesome giveaway! Wouldn’t be of much help to me but retweeted @bwagy. πŸ˜›

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  • Anthony

    Awesome giveaway! Wouldn’t be of much help to me but retweeted @bwagy. πŸ˜›

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  • John C. Havens

    I suppose as a co-author I am not eligible? πŸ™‚ however, I love the idea of your contest and would be delighted to interview you and your winner on our show about transparency: blogtalkradio.com/transparency.thanks for your interest in the book and happy holidays.

    -John C. Havens

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  • John C. Havens

    I suppose as a co-author I am not eligible? πŸ™‚ however, I love the idea of your contest and would be delighted to interview you and your winner on our show about transparency: blogtalkradio.com/transparency.thanks for your interest in the book and happy holidays.

    -John C. Havens

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  • Simon

    Thanks John, that would be fantastic!

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  • Simon

    Thanks John, that would be fantastic!

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  • Simon

    Thanks John, that would be fantastic!

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  • Jonathon

    At the end of the day – it all boils down to honesty and open communication. In essence we are re-discovering what it means to communicate – just the model changed.

    People are becoming more suspicious of the world and the executives who call the shots.

    Would you drink from a glass that hid it’s contents?

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  • Jonathon

    At the end of the day – it all boils down to honesty and open communication. In essence we are re-discovering what it means to communicate – just the model changed.

    People are becoming more suspicious of the world and the executives who call the shots.

    Would you drink from a glass that hid it’s contents?

    Reply
  • Jonathon

    At the end of the day – it all boils down to honesty and open communication. In essence we are re-discovering what it means to communicate – just the model changed.

    People are becoming more suspicious of the world and the executives who call the shots.

    Would you drink from a glass that hid it’s contents?

    Reply
  • Simon

    Thanks Jonathan, that’s awesome! Added to the list of entries.

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  • Simon

    Thanks Jonathan, that’s awesome! Added to the list of entries.

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  • Simon

    Thanks Jonathan, that’s awesome! Added to the list of entries.

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  • Luigi Cappel

    I’m interested from the perspective of my own brand as a Futurist Blogger and as a songwriter working towards a full time professional career

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  • Luigi Cappel

    I’m interested from the perspective of my own brand as a Futurist Blogger and as a songwriter working towards a full time professional career

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  • Stacey Childs

    It goes without saying that the internet has changed the way we find out information, communicate with people, and do business.

    I like the title of this book for two reasons, yes it sounds like it will inform on how to best set up your company to leverage your transparency both in the internet and real worlds, but it also suggests that being tactical about your transparency: in a nut shell, how much ass crack to show to the world.

    As a make-it-up as I go along internet based start-up business I need this book to help me know where I am better to focus my energies, how to focus my energies and why I am focusing them there, because there are only so many hours in the day!

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  • Stacey Childs

    It goes without saying that the internet has changed the way we find out information, communicate with people, and do business.

    I like the title of this book for two reasons, yes it sounds like it will inform on how to best set up your company to leverage your transparency both in the internet and real worlds, but it also suggests that being tactical about your transparency: in a nut shell, how much ass crack to show to the world.

    As a make-it-up as I go along internet based start-up business I need this book to help me know where I am better to focus my energies, how to focus my energies and why I am focusing them there, because there are only so many hours in the day!

    Reply
  • Stacey Childs

    It goes without saying that the internet has changed the way we find out information, communicate with people, and do business.

    I like the title of this book for two reasons, yes it sounds like it will inform on how to best set up your company to leverage your transparency both in the internet and real worlds, but it also suggests that being tactical about your transparency: in a nut shell, how much ass crack to show to the world.

    As a make-it-up as I go along internet based start-up business I need this book to help me know where I am better to focus my energies, how to focus my energies and why I am focusing them there, because there are only so many hours in the day!

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  • leighblackall

    I should get this book because I work towards developing openness and transparency at Otago Polytechnic, using social media and utility web services to achieve that aim.

    It strikes me as pretty unethical that publicly funded education resources and practices end up inaccessible to the public, and managed in a competitive market perspective that results in inefficient duplication.

    I suspect that this book will help me argue for openness and transparency in a smarter and more productive way, helping Otago Polytechnic to continue its efforts in inspiring other public education and training institutions to consider new dimensions to their brief.

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  • leighblackall

    I should get this book because I work towards developing openness and transparency at Otago Polytechnic, using social media and utility web services to achieve that aim.

    It strikes me as pretty unethical that publicly funded education resources and practices end up inaccessible to the public, and managed in a competitive market perspective that results in inefficient duplication.

    I suspect that this book will help me argue for openness and transparency in a smarter and more productive way, helping Otago Polytechnic to continue its efforts in inspiring other public education and training institutions to consider new dimensions to their brief.

    Reply
  • leighblackall

    I should get this book because I work towards developing openness and transparency at Otago Polytechnic, using social media and utility web services to achieve that aim.

    It strikes me as pretty unethical that publicly funded education resources and practices end up inaccessible to the public, and managed in a competitive market perspective that results in inefficient duplication.

    I suspect that this book will help me argue for openness and transparency in a smarter and more productive way, helping Otago Polytechnic to continue its efforts in inspiring other public education and training institutions to consider new dimensions to their brief.

    Reply
  • Dave Sparks

    Everyone needs this book.

    Don’t see why I’d be so special. πŸ™‚

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  • Dave Sparks

    Everyone needs this book.

    Don’t see why I’d be so special. πŸ™‚

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  • Dave Sparks

    Everyone needs this book.

    Don’t see why I’d be so special. πŸ™‚

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  • Dave Sparks

    Everyone needs this book.

    Don’t see why I’d be so special. πŸ™‚

    Reply

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