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All the World’s a Game, and Business Is a Player

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Many businesses are using gamification to get people hooked on their products and services — and it is working, thanks to smartphones and the Internet.
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Why Context is so Important in Business Today

Why Context is so Important in Business Today | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

This piece was written by R "Ray" Wang for softwareinsider, there are great insights and strategy for businesses who want to stay ahead of the curve.

 

Here are the highlights of this article:

 

Intro:

 

The Real-Time is Filled with Flaws

 

The hype around big data, social media, and mobility has many folks imagining the real-time enterprise in the future of work, next generation customer experiences, matrix commerce, or the data to decisions journey.

 

 

 

 

 

While real-time theoretically leads to quicker information and faster response times, t.he reality requires closer examination for three reasons:

 

Here is a brief overview:

 

1. Customers ad employees only want engagement aligned with self interest

 

**Relevancy of information is required for customers and employees to respond

 

**Real-time interactions quickly evolve into noise.

 

2. No human can truly handle the volume and flow of real-time interactions.

 

3. Real time is not fast enough - Reaction does not lead to a better customer experience or employee interaction

 

Delivering context is the secret to right time success

 

Context provides the key ingredient in improving outcome

 

Why? Context provides the relevancy required for not only anticipation, but also prediction

 

The Bottom line: Start with Seven Dimensions of Context Drivers:

 

"In the design of an engagement strategy, success will require organizations to factor the seven dimensions of context drivers."

 

Context drivers:

 

relationships, time, location, business process, role, sentiment, intent

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 

Read full article here: [http://bit.ly/NUBqKC]


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The really big idea of the social business « Esko Kilpi on Interactive ...

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It is often said that the transformation to become a social business means enabling activities like transparent action and cooperation instead of the competitive individualism we are so used to. Management buy-in is also seen ...
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Social Business: Four Real-Life Truths about Collaboration

Social Business: Four Real-Life Truths about Collaboration | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
Four principles based on real-life lessons and data regarding social business and collaboration.
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4 Reasons HR Needs a Collaboration Strategy, Stat

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I had the opportunity to read a great piece in Fast Company by Jacob Morgan that detailed why enterprises need a collaboration upgrade and h (If you plan on attracting #workforce 2020, you’ll need to start #social #enterprise initiatives NOW→...
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Want a Successful Community? Learn to Make Risotto!

Want a Successful Community?  Learn to Make Risotto! | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
Okay, you don't really have to know how to cook.  But it may help in this case.
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