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June 06, 2007

Groundswell, A New Book From Forrester and Harvard Business School Press

By Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff.

Well, it’s not out yet. But we’re excited – we have a publisher! Harvard Business School Press will be publishing Groundswell in Spring of 2008.

We couldn’t be more pleased. First, the HBS Press imprint stands for a high degree of quality around the world. And second, we’re very excited to be working with the quality editorial team they’ve assembled for us.

Third, HBS Press shares our enthusiasm for tapping the groundswell itself to help research and promote the book, from collecting and vetting ideas on this blog to connecting with all of you to help with promotion as we publish.

For more on the book, click here.

To join our mailing list for information on the book, send an email to groundswell @ forrester.com.

Gotta go . . . back to writing!

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Marianne Richmond

Congratulations!

Gerald Buckley

Congrats!

FYI- Link behind the word "here" in post above has a bugaboo in it.

Dan Schawbel

Congrats on the publisher. I'm sure the book will be a success!

Song

Congratulation!!!
Can't wait to see the outcome!

Song

Oh, also I blog your your page.

Sandra

Congratulations! I'm looking forward to the book. I work in employee comms at INtel and am really fascinated by how social media is changing how we work. (I talk about some of the issues and well...my thoughts on a lot of these topics on my blog: http://sandradee.wordpress.com .)

Lacey

Can you send me more information on the six categories listed for the Groundswell Awards? The categories I've seen don't have any descriptions: listing, speaking, energizing, supporting, embracing, and managing.

Thanks!

-Lacey
lacey at kfcomm dot com

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