A strong enterprise social network can improve innovation in an organization, according to anecdotes and self-reported survey data. But how can we measure more accurately? Interesting model for social business development.
The management concepts that have evolved as social media has transformed global communication are now resulting in meaningful changes in the enterprise. We're spending a lot more time actually dealing with the results of pervasive social media. This typically involves raising awareness, educating leadership, trying to figure out what department should be in charge of social business, rethinking business processes in a much more fragmented yet connected operating environment, acquiring budget as social business operations grow, measuring results, and so on.
Part 3 of the Social Business For Real Work series. Companies with employees distributed around the world find it hard to schedule a time for “all hands” company meetings. This is where social and video comes in.
You know how when you don’t want to do something, you tend to make up an excuse as to why it’s OK not to do it? In this post learn why some of your reasons for not engaging in social could be myths and how to address them.
While enterprise social networks do not have nearly as many users as Facebook or Twitter, experts say adoption is growing at a healthy clip. A significant number of deployments are departmental ones that expand into larger installations of enterprise social software.
Management consultant Peter Drucker said: "There are only two things in a business that make money – innovation and marketing, everything else is cost." Is business actually starting to believe this and what are the implications for marketing...
Part 3 of the Social Business For Real Work series. Companies with employees distributed around the world find it hard to schedule a time for “all hands” company meetings. Social has a big role to play.
Sometimes, taking the leap to investing in a strategy for true customer understanding can feel like diving head first into a deep, daunting hole. In this article Gigya explains some early steps you can take.
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