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Internal Micro-blogging Strategy for HR Department « e2karen

Internal Micro-blogging Strategy for HR Department « e2karen | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
In my previous posts I wrote about the Benefits and Risks of Implementing Enterprise 2.0 and ROI on Enterprise 2.0. Once management has come on board with Implementing Enterprise 2.0, the next step is to discuss strategy.
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Building a Social Business: Start with Email Changes

Social business is all great in theory and recent studies show that executives now think it is a key strategic initiative for them...
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Thinking outside the inbox ‘improves team work’ - Raconteur

Thinking outside the inbox ‘improves team work’ - Raconteur | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
Q & A He works for IBM Madrid, lives in Gran Canaria and his boss is based in the United States. So why on Earth did Luis Suarez decide to give up email?
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Passion In The Enterprise? It's Not What You Think! | Yammer Blog

Passion In The Enterprise? It's Not What You Think! | Yammer Blog | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

’ve been thinking about passion for a while and started to really think about it after I picked up a copy of “The Power of Pull” by John Hagel III and John Seely Brown. If you haven’t read it, you definitely should. It offers a non-sensationalist yet sobering view into reasons, consequences and, most importantly, ways to thrive in the era of “The Big Shift.” The Big Shift signifies a move, facilitated by technology, away from predictability and to a world that changes at an increasingly rapid pace – a world where today’s competitive advantage may not be defensible tomorrow.

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Sorting Out What Social Software Products Really Do - The BrainYard - InformationWeek

Sorting Out What Social Software Products Really Do - The BrainYard - InformationWeek | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
At Enterprise 2.0, The Real Story Group's Tony Byrne warns of the same marketing labels being used for vastly different products and mulls how SharePoint and Yammer will fit together.
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The Digital Workplace: Social Integration Through Activity Streams

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"Rather than following a process, I follow a cloud of activities.”That’s how a colleague of mine, a software developer, described the nature of his work.
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Deploying a Successful Enterprise Social Network: Best Practices From the Field | Yammer Blog

Deploying a Successful Enterprise Social Network: Best Practices From the Field | Yammer Blog | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

Deploying a successful enterprise social network requires a holistic plan that not only focuses on deploying the new technology, but also on the human aspect of the cultural change it entails.

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Social Activity Streams: Can They Replace Email?

Social Activity Streams: Can They Replace Email? | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

Es wird viel über Aktivitätsströme (Activity Streams) diskutiert wie wir sie aus (Enterprise) Social Networks kennen.
Können diese die E-Mail ersetzen? Revolutionieren sie die Kommunikation? Oder sind sie nur ein weiteres System, das wir au

ch noch bedienen und es noch schwieriger macht, Informationen zusammenzuhalten?
Es deutet vieles darauf hin, dass die (Enterprise) Social Networks einfach ein anderer Kommunikationskanal mit individuellen Vor- und Nachteilen ist.
Wir alle haben die E-Mail als Kommunikationsmittel zu schätzen gelernt, wissen aber, dass manchmal ein persönliches Gespräch überlegen ist: die Wahl des richtigen Kommunikationsmittels hängt von der Situation ab.
So könnte es auch mit Aktivitätenströme sein. Es gibt Dinge, wofür sie ausgezeichnet geeignet sind - sie werden aber wohl nicht dazu führen, dass alle anderen Kommunikationswege gänzlich verwaisen. Es ist wichtig zu wissen, für welchen Bedarf welcher Kanal am zielführendsten ist.
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Transform usages and boost social networks adoption with email | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

Summary : there's no biggest enemy for any enterprise social network than the email it's supposed to replace and that will remain central on user's screen for...
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Social Network DNA | Simbeck Hampson | Social Business

Social Network DNA | Simbeck Hampson | Social Business | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
The value that comes from these activities is known as social capital. Like every other form of capital, social capital represents stored value—in this case, relationship value—that can be translated into meaningful and tangible ...
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Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0 - The BrainYard - InformationWeek

Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0 - The BrainYard - InformationWeek | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
Once derided as too short and silly for business, Twitter has emerged as a metaphor for how business has changed to adapt to the social environment.
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ESN Success: Give People What They Want, But Don’t Forget Strategy | Yammer Blog

ESN Success: Give People What They Want, But Don’t Forget Strategy | Yammer Blog | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

The subject of engagement is a hot topic at the moment, and several great articles have been written and research conducted on the role it plays in growing your Enterprise Social Network (ESN). Yammer’s own Mike Grafham and Maria Ogneva have done an excellent job of covering the subject thus far. While I’m still relatively new to the Yammer Customer Success Team, engagement is at the center of a lot of the work I do. Here are some observations learned on the CSM team, and prior to joining Yammer.

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How useless is email? Two new studies weigh in

How useless is email? Two new studies weigh in | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
Email overload is the bane of knowledge workers' existence everywhere, as well as the impetus for numerous startups trying to perfect alternate collaboration platforms. But exactly how much inbox junk do we waste our time processing?
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Steps to Cultivating Employee Engagement | Yammer Blog

Steps to Cultivating Employee Engagement | Yammer Blog | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

The benefits of employee engagement are not trivial, and we explored them in a blogpost last week. Engaged employees are better equipped and willing to advocate on behalf of the company, and pass this engagement on to customers. They are also more productive and ultimately create financial benefits. However, the data told us that employees are largely unengaged. So what do we do now? Engagement is not something that you can make people do, or develop a program around.

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