Patrick Danaher managing director of gyro, a global agency specializing in reaching and engaging business decision makers, recently described the power of digital when it comes to IC.
Employees are more productive and eager to produce quality results if they enjoy or value the job they do. This idea forms the basis of internal communications across all industries, the world over: Driven staff will pay dividends for a business.
A confluence of trends is elevating the concept of the "Digital Workplace." Much of the current discussion has centered around what a digital workplace mean for traditional intranets, emerging social collaboration spaces, and aging transactional...
This Mindflash infographic breaks down the types of social media users you’ll find in your company — the digital native, savvy technologist, reluctant user, digital newby and digital contrarian — and how to approach training each of them.
LONDON- Yammer, Inc., the leading provider of Enterprise Social Networks, today announced significant momentum in the first quarter of 2012 as it surpassed five million corporate users and increased headcount to more...
Guest post written by Parsa Rohani Parsa Rohani is CEO of Neudesic, a provider of enterprise social and collaboration software.
Recently surveys by have found that business and IT leaders increasingly understand the value enterprise social networks could deliver, but that many are still unsure about what they want to achieve with social/collaboration software.
Harvard Business Review blog: Using social media to accomplish a meaningful purpose involves more than providing new technology and praying for success. Successful mass collaboration places new requirements on an organization, particularly its managers.
When you think about "sharing" things online today, you probably think of social networking services like Facebook, Google+, or Twitter, which let you broadcast information to some group of users--friends, family members, the whole world, whatever--in...
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