Making A Case For Social Collaboration Tools | Innovation Insights | Wired.com
“Most CIOs raise a flag when it comes to social — and with good reason. They just don’t see the business value in the current slate of social tools — most of which were developed with the consumer in mind, not a secure, compliant, enterprise user-base. Developing an open-ended social dialog, without permissions, structure and control just doesn’t meet the stated goals and strategies of many enterprises that have spent massive dollars building out comprehensive, yet secure and compliant, collaboration platforms for their organizations.”
Why Social Networks Are Better Than Emails For Enterprise Collaboration?
What is the future for the social intranet?
“Social intranets are increasingly commonplace in workplaces around the world. The migration from a traditional model, based on centralized corporate communications, to those that are more focused on user-generated content, collaboration, two-way communication and a variety of ’social’ tools forms a fundamental chunk of the social business philosophy.”
Making Virtual Teams Work: Ten Basic Principles – Michael Watkins – Harvard Business Review
“I distilled the results and combined them with my own work, which focuses on how new leaders should assess and align their teams in their first 90 days.”
Working ‘socially’ at the City Corporation | simply communicate
“The City of London Corporation looks after the City of London on behalf of all who live, work and visit there, carrying out a crucial role which goes beyond that of an ordinary local authority. The need for all employees to be constantly informed, inspired, involved and behaviourally aligned to the company strategy and services is key.”
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