Collaborative mechanisms are radically changing the way in which markets function and the way in which organizations create value. Consumer behaviour is becoming ever more conditioned by the reputation of companies among consumers and influence among peers, often leaving businesses themselves out of the conversation......
This white paper examines what Enterprise 2.0 is, how it impacts organizations across the globe and why IT departments and business users should gain an understanding of it to help better enable business collaboration.
This study, presented jointly by FedEx and Ketchum, updates and expands upon research first undertaken in 2010 and analyzes the changing impact of social media on business today. Organizations are leveraging social media tools to evolve into social businesses – creating communities and relationships with external and internal stakeholders that are transforming the way they do business. This has impacted organizational structure and hierarchies in a way that will continue to drive successful companies to become more adaptive and responsive to their stakeholders’ needs and preferences.
“Social is more than a trend, it is a revolution that is changing the way we work and collaborate,” Chatter Product Marketing Director Dave King told me recently.I admit. I wasn’t necessarily sold on the idea.
The results of a unique and ground-breaking research study (n=644+) indicate that there are four main barriers to increased adoption of social technologies in organizations: lack of knowledge and understanding, unprepared leadership, fear, and the...
Although I’m a technologist by trade, I’ve long been disabused of the notion that social business is first and foremost a technical discipline. While almost certainly a bit more art than science at the moment, it’s the human aspects of how social media changes the way we think and work that are ultimately the most important...
A McKinsey & Company Technology & Innovation article.
In a few short years, social technologies have given social interactions the speed and scale of the Internet. Whether discussing consumer products or organizing political movements, people around the world constantly use social-media platforms to seek and share information.....
Social intranets benefit the enterprise by facilitating communication. 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
With over 1650 registrations, 65 speakers and 25 partners, The Social Business Forum 2012 has represented another meaningful step both in the growth of our conference and of the european social business domain.
During the event we have collected an amazing quantity of valuable insights, contributions and ideas from some of the most active and inspirational thought leaders in the social business arena. We want to share this value with you and for free!
Organizations are facing today the most challenging conditions of their history. A decaying economy, multiple geopolitical threats, urgent environmental and societal issues, are setting the stage for what might be the most disruptive changes since the industrial revolution in the early XIXth century......
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