Les réseaux sociaux d'entreprise mettent longtemps à s'installer dans les entreprises. Les entreprises misent sur l'individu et les bénéfices directs et immédiats pour transformer l'organisation à long terme.
Business 2 Community You Can't Just Be a Social Business – You Need To BE a Social Business Business 2 Community From social dashboards to URL shorteners, social monitoring platforms, business intelligence data, social scoring platforms and much,...
Nous sommes entrés dans l'ère du « tout est dans l'ordinateur », écrit le philosophe Michel Serres. Le problème n'est plus la diffusion du savoir, mais ce que l'on en fait pour réinventer le monde. Enthousiasmant.
The Guardian (blog)How social business is changing the way we workThe Guardian (blog)Social business is an increasingly popular organisational strategy that embraces a flatter and more transparent company culture and more collaborative, mobile and...
It's that time of year where analysts gaze into our crystal balls and make predications about the trends we expect to see in the upcoming months. My thoughts about 2013 are based on the hundreds of conversations I've had with social business product vendors and customers over the last twelve months. Below I'll list my top predications for 2013, but if you only have a moment here are the mains idea that I want to share:
A Social Business connects every single person who's a part of business to each other. And not only does it connect, it also encourages them to interact in a manner that is beneficial to the growth of the business.
Earlier this year I explored the structural aspects of social business so we could collectively get a sense of what our organizations need to look like in order to engage effectively in social media at scale.
Not enough small business owners make the time to read material that can keep them informed and up to date with their industry, keep themselves abreast of business trends that will in one way or another eventually impact on their businesses, and feed their own creativity.
A big part of the reluctance to make time to read, is the challenge of knowing what to read, and perhaps more importantly what is not worth reading.
This good article, suggests that business owners should make blog reading a part of their day, and it suggests 12 specific blogs that offer much to small business owners.
Enterprise collaboration has entered a new phase with business social networking, as collaboration grows in importance for knowledge work, effective collaboration has become extremely important for business success however it still remains...
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