What We Talk About When We Talk About "Social" blogs.hbr.org (blog) Social Business (sometimes going by the hashtag #socbiz) was a term first created by Mohammed Yunus but more recently claimed as a popular way to describe the way companies can...
Forbes Think Social, Act Personal Forbes Many teams – in their rush to build a social business or inbound marketing plan – forget this important first step into a world of social media: In order to think social, you need to act personal.
Gamification: An Introduction to Its Potential Huffington Post Like probably many people, I initially wasn't familiar with the phrase "Gamification" despite it being one of the industry buzz words of the past few years.
In part one of this post we looked at what enterprise gamification is and some of the methods and techniques that can be used. In this post I am focusing on what types of things you can actually do with enterprise gamification.
Creative learning is at the core of the social business. It is not learning related to meeting the requirements set by someone else, but learning that is motivated and expressed through personal, situational needs.
This article shares two strategies that are proving most effective for CEOs that aim to make their companies more innovative: developing a creative culture (people’s behaviors) and applying new processes and technologies.
IT leaders are spending too much time and budget money on automation, and not enough on collaboration, says CEB study. (50% of successful performance depends on #collaboration, tools which CIOs ignore too often.
The Guardian (blog) Connecting business strategies with social progress The Guardian (blog) "Once you see, you can't unsee," was apparently a beloved phrase of one of my heroes – the sadly departed Ray C.
Hoping to fill this need, my firm, Bain & Company and six other partners founded Social Business Trust (SBT) in the U.K. It's an example of an organization seeking to meet this challenge of scale by providing top-tier, in-kind ...
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