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Arnaud Rayrole : Le chief digital officer est le futur CEO

Arnaud Rayrole : Le chief digital officer est le futur CEO | Social Business: New ways of working | Scoop.it
Arnaud Rayrole revient sur le 7e édition de l'étude Lecko : évolution des plateformes de collaboration sociale et leadership du Chief Digital Officer.
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How does social business change the role of the executive

How does social business change the role of the executive | Social Business: New ways of working | Scoop.it
Most implementations of social business tools and principles involve a change in how organisations behave, and of course in how the individuals that make up the organisation behave.  Most of the di...
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Salmons and Ghost Cities. Challenges and solutions for the Social E...

Challenges, solutions and best practices on how to improve the success rate of Social Enterprise projects. Delivered at Social Now 2013, Lisbon
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2013: The Year Of Social HR

2013: The Year Of Social HR | Social Business: New ways of working | Scoop.it
2012 was the year for workforce innovation, with more companies experimenting with using social media to brand and market their organizations.
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Social Business Needs Social Management

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Social business has the potential to change the way we work, but for the most part it has not. The social enterprise is not yet here, though many talk about it, and confuse it with using social tools.
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Le social business est mort, vraiment ?

Le social business est mort, vraiment ? | Social Business: New ways of working | Scoop.it

On peut lire plusieurs billets en ce moment, comme celui publié sur le blog de Brian Solis intitulé, « social business is dead », qui laissent penser que le collaboratif, le social, peu importe le mot, est déjà dépassé pour les entreprises. Il faudrait donc prévoir le nouveau concept à la mode. N’en déplaise à mes collègues des agences de communication, le vrai besoin demeure présent même si le concept n’est plus aussi marketing qu’ils le souhaiteraient.

 

Plus que le social business, ce sont les projets collaboratifs focalisés sur l'outil qui sont morts. Nous ne sommes qu'au début du chemin des projets collaboratifs.


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CecileDelprat's curator insight, January 26, 2014 3:51 PM

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"Ce n'est pas le social business qui est mort, mais plutôt les projets collaboratifs focalisés sur l’outil. La compréhension que les enjeux sont autres commence à devenir plus mature dans les entreprises. Et dans ce cas, nous sommes bien au début du chemin et bien loin de la fin. C’est un marathon, pas un cent mètre pour transformer une organisation."

 

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Dr. Bonnie Cheuk: Are we entering the age of superficial Enterprise 2.0 adoption?

What are you doing to improve knowledge flow within your organisation using social platform / Enterprise 2.0? #kmuk13 http://t.co/Vy6SdLp7ZY
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The Future of Work is Customized Work

The typical career path for an employee starts in an entry level position in a particular department wherein the employee needs to then ascend the corporate ladder and move up the proverbial food chain to a more senior level role.
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Social Business Is Fast Gaining Ground Across All Industries

Social Business Is Fast Gaining Ground Across All Industries | Social Business: New ways of working | Scoop.it
Industries across the board report that social business has increased in importance between 2011-2012.

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Don Dea's curator insight, June 9, 2013 1:23 AM

The energy and utilities sector had the biggest year over year increase. In 2011, only 7% of respondents in that industry ranked social business as “important” — a number that jumped to 29.1% in the 2012 survey. Why the dramatic jump in that sector? One possible explanation is the increase in the use of smart grid technologies. More utility companies have been employing that technology to collect social media to better interact and understand customers. A 2012 research report by Navigant Research predicted that by the end of 2017, the number of utility customers using social media to engage with the utility companies would rise from 57 million in 2011 to 624 million.