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