Social Business – or whatever happened to Enterprise 2.0? – broadstuff
Scanning the London Social Media week programme I see that we seem to have traded in "Enterpise 2.0" for "Social Business" in about the last 2 years or so (Well, it was Enterprise 2.0 2 years ago in Social Media week ).
Communities and Collaboration » Future Trends in Social Media & Social Networks
I recently co-presented a session for NetIKX on “future trends in social media & social networks” with Geoffrey Mccaleb, with a solo follow-up Webinar for the Knowledge and Innovation Network (KIN). The content for this presentation was
10 myths of BYOD in the enterprise | TechRepublic
Takeaway: The consumerization of IT is upon us — dragging numerous misconceptions in its wake. See how some recent reports have debunked a few common myths about BYOD.
With all the talk about the threat IT faces as the result of the ongoing consumerization of IT, this ought to surprise you. New data is out that shows the switch to consumerization is going more smoothly — and a lot quicker — than more onlookers thought. Here are the top 10 myths of consumerization, debunked.
We Are Social’s Social Business notes #3 / We Are Social
Trust in CEOs falls of a cliff, trust in regular people shores
Edelman’s latest trust barometer has come back with some stunning changes, with trust in CEOs failing off a cliff and trust surging in ‘a person like me’ or ‘a regular employee’. This now leaves your most trusted organisational spokespeople, in order, as a ‘technical expert’, ‘person like me’ and ‘regular employee’, with the CEO proping up the bottom of the rankings.
Social Media – Case Study: One Company’s Clever Approach to Turning Online Transactions Into Social Experiences : MarketingProfs Article
In this article, you’ll learn…
How one company used Twitter and landing pages to boost sales and deepen engagement
Why creating personalized social experiences around purchases can be a powerful approach
SharePoint 2010: "The Elements of User Experience"
Jesse James Garrett quietly published the second edition of his requisite “The Elements of User Experience” last year, almost ten years after the first volume issued. Reading his book in light of today’s SharePoint governance plans is a fascinating hindsight exercise.
Enterprise 2.0 success: BASF | ZDNet
Summary: Industrial giant BASF wanted to bring its employees together and drive better business performance, but needed to ensure it was heading in the right direction and that uptake would ultimately succeed. Here’s the story of how they achieved rapid viral growth of their Enterprise 2.0 platform last year.
The Digitization of Human Interactions: From Long Tail to Mass Disruption | Social Enterprise Today
Because the purpose of business is to create and keep a customer, the business enterprise has two, and only two, basic functions: Marketing and Innovation.” – Peter Drucker
Our Love-Hate Relationship With Enterprise Social Networking – The BrainYard – InformationWeek
Social networking is a relatively new thing for most enterprises. And like most new relationships, we keep discovering things we love and things we hate about our new partner. Here are some examples of both, and I’m sure you have a few to add yourself. So jump in and add to the list in the comments section below.
Rules For the Social Era – Nilofer Merchant – Harvard Business Review
Facebook, KickStarter, Kiva, Twitter, and other companies thriving in the social era are operating by the rules of the Social Era. They get it. They live it. And to them, it’s ridiculously obvious.
But too many major companies — Bank of America, Sony, Gap, Yahoo, Nokia — that need to get it, don’t.
Taming complexity: the service-oriented company
Businesses today are struggling to survive and thrive in an ever more complex and rapidly changing world. The good news is that a lot of the problems of addressing complexity and change have already been solved. They have been solved by the very same people who started all the complexity problems in the first place: technologists. They solved these problems because they had to.
(6) Open Innovation at the Enterprise 2.0 era
Are You a Team in Name Only? 3 Questions to Help You Find Out | Jesse Lyn Stoner >>> Seapoint Center
Leaders who want to make their team more effective often ask me for help with teambuilding, training in team skills or advice on restructuring.
My first question is always, “What do you want to accomplish? What will be different as a result?”
If you want to know if the people who report to you are a team, ask them these 3 questions:
- Shared Purpose: Is there a common purpose that ties us together?
- Interdependence: To what extent and how do we need each other in order to accomplish our work
- Access: Do we have the access to each other that we need to share information and communicate?
In The Next Version – Making Activity Streams More Manageable
A friend of mine an fellow industry analyst suggested that I follow up by posting possible solutions, so below are the few of the areas I think can help:
1. Don’t put stuff in there that doesn’t belong
2. Display multiple streams
3. Allow people to organize lists
4. Provide several notification options
5. Manual filtering
6. Crowd (friend) sourced curation
7. Automated filtering via analytics
Webinar Recording – Social Intranets and Managing Remote Teams – Intranet Blog – ThoughtFarmer
With a rapidly growing percent of employees working from home, on the road or from satellite offices, the need to collaborate effectively across geographic barriers has grown tremendously. While social intranets can help distributed teams work together better, a team’s online collaboration will fall short without good offline people management practices.
IBM Social Computing Guidelines
IBM Social Computing Guidelines
Blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds and social media
In the spring of 2005, IBMers used a wiki to create a set of guidelines for all IBMers who wanted to blog. These guidelines aimed to provide helpful, practical advice to protect both IBM bloggers and IBM. In 2008 and again in 2010 IBM turned to employees to re-examine our guidelines in light of ever-evolving technologies and online social tools to ensure they remain current to the needs of employees and the company. These efforts have broadened the scope of the existing guidelines to include all forms of social computing.
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