Onderzoek naar de relatie tussen employee engagement en social media gebruik van medewerkers. Inzet van 'employed media' vereist goede interne communicatie en leiderschap. Het resulteert in waardevol 'employee activism'. Door Leslie Gaines-Ross, Chief Reputation Strategist, Weber Shandwick.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has 18,764,161 followers on his own site and 266,638 on Twitter. Warren Buffett has only tweeted twice since May 2, but he already has 542,000 followers. The first tweet simply said “Warren is in the house.” The second tweet, also on May 2: “Read my new essay on [...]
As companies identify more areas where social software can be put to use, the push to launch social software solutions from IT departments and specialty departments grows stronger. Many IT directors see social software as an opportunity to raise their profile, and departments from marketing to product development push adoption driven by their basic goals and responsibilities. But one department is missing from this clamor, even though social software adoption would appear to be in its best inter Topic: Social Business.
Stichting Mimi gaf twintig kankerpatiënten een aangename verrassing. Het deed hen geloven dat ze een leuke make-over gewonnen hadden maar dat bleek net iets anders te liggen. Ze namen namelijk deel aan het If Only For A Second project.
Another summer brings a new set of Social Business Benchmark study results! For the past three years, in partnership with the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), we at Leader Networks, conduct an ongoing study on the impact social practices are having on organizations. Unlike the other studies that focus mainly on social media marketing, we examine the social footprint across four important areas: Strategic intentions, operations, staffing, governance and organizational impact.
Social business heeft de wereld veranderd. Het zorgt ervoor dat organisaties totaal anders functioneren. Organisaties moeten zich realiseren dat de wereld snel verandert en dat zij mee moeten veranderen.
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