This infographic has been put together by Ross Dawson, it's very straightforward and definitely makes its point.
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
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This piece was written by Beverly Macy for The Huffington Post
2012 is the year companies will move from social media to social business. Every department is affected by social technologies. Did you know that even if your company never sends a Tweet, you could be using Twitter for competitive and business intelligence? The same is true with Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Here's what you need to know:
The 4 social enterprise trends in 2012:
**The Power of Real-Time Harnessing Chaos
**The Global Social Brain - It's Everywhere & It's Getting Really Smart
****2012 will see a growing body of social metadata that will spur better analytics and measurement.
****Competitive advantage will go to those who know how to turn this metadata into actional business intelligence.
**Content Curation & Discovery - Just Give Me What's Important & Let Me Find What I Need
**Social Media Education - The Enterprise Goes To School
"I don't mean to disparage higher education at all....
So what brought me to ... moments of great learning? They came to me through social media. It may seem strange that I’ve learned more from social media in any one 12-month period than any other time in my life."
Tne monolithic industrial stucture of schooling that this writer clearly experienced in the formal learning enviroment would not hold up against the Networked Learning of today, so his comparisons seem reasonable.
However, it is my view that the rise of K20 blended learning is revolutionising the learning and forever changing the the traditional "stand-and-deliver" brick-and-mortar classrooms.
Food for thought?
Via Susan Bainbridge