When you move about the social networks, you’ll encounter many types of different users: from those that walk without glancing up from their cellphone.. (RT @Zyncro: We're celebrating #WTISD (aka World Telecomms Day).
"Eine der wesentlichen Fragen lautet: Wie kann in diesen veränderten Bedingungen die “Wissensarbeit”, die Kommunikation und die Zusammenarbeit über die Wertschöpfungskette gelingen? Es scheint, als gebe es dafür noch keinen optimalen Weg. Könnte Social Media die Lösung sein?"
Organisations are unsure about the implications and sceptical about the new trend. Traditionally-run companies wish to improve employee engagement and participation but see social media adoption as relinquishing control.
"My short advice is to choose a platform that is truly social. People and their networks should be at the core of the tool. This is more than having profile functionality. And it's also more than being able to share and publish content."
Anyone can have a social media “presence”. It doesn’t matter if you’re signing up for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, or Google+; Managing an online presence is easy for an individual, but what if you have a company that wants to expand the scope of those efforts and bring it to the enterprise?
Ten Tips for Navigating Your Organization Through a Successful IBM Connections Pilot Tim Royle, Executive Director, ISW Proof of concept, pilot, or evaluation, call it what you may, but most organizations nowadays are sticking their toe in the water...
"The primary role of an Internal Community Manager is to establish and maintain an environment where employees participate fully, becoming actively engaged in contributing and reaping the benefits of collaborating within the online community. To accomplish this task, it is necessary to not only encourage employee interaction but also eliminate roadblocks preventing participation."
"The ability to connect with others through the intranet reduces our reliance on email which tends to be slower and less effective than tools like instant messaging and microblogs. Besides, we lose a significant amount of time and productivity every day, because we have to process so much email."
"Rather than relying on bringing people and resources together at a set physical space during office hours, knowledge work today relies on connecting the right people and enabling them to meet and interact wherever and whenever they see fit."
"Der Erfolg von Twitter und in den letzten Monaten vor allem Facebook hat dazu geführt, dass bei vielen CIOs genau dieses Thema nun auf der Agenda steht. In diesem Beitrag soll es dabei nicht um die Facebook-Fanpage fürs Unternehmen gehen, sondern darum, wie das Prinzip “Facebook” im Unternehmen angewendet werden kann. Die Diskussion rund um “Enterprise Facebook” wird dabei oft sehr emotional geführt. Dies ist Grund genug, die Argumentationen in Form von “10 Mythen” einmal näher zu untersuchen."
"A trick to get high-level management on board is to show them your successes. And also by asking commitment for a policy document on internal social media use. My experience is management love this kind of document and it could be their first step towards actually understanding and using social platforms."