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In a new post series called “Social Knows,” we will be sniffing out and compiling statistics and research regarding workplace / workforce management, human resources and employee engagement. The goal is to provide you with additional knowledge necessary to support your own research and strategies. Submissions always accepted as well.
I had the opportunity to speak with and interview some of the top minds in the Enterprise 2.0 space, and although there aren't many, what follows is a summary of best practices from those active in the field today.
Dion Hinchcliffe has written a useful post titled Going beyond the hype: Identifying Enterprise 2.0 best practices , reviewing some of the work in the space, and with the intent of building a broader catalog of best practices.
Flashback one year, and organizations were struggling to define Enterprise 2.0 — much less determine whether it could even provide value. But today, more pilots are being deployed, more results are being measured and more companies are identifying what’s working and what isn’t. Knowledge practitioners and information professionals now loosely agree on what E2.0 is, and they are starting to discover concrete benefits to the bottom line.
There's been plenty of discussion recently in the blogosphere, including here, about the successes and challenges of Enterprise 2.0 projects. But there's still just a rough general sense of what it really takes to create an effective collaborative community using social tools.
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Taking us half way way through our ten part series on large companies realizing enterprise social media -- please read the overview here -- we queue up our next example. In the last post, we took a close look at the story of the global chemical firm BASF and the outcome of its carefully planned internal social networking effort .
Updated September 21, 2011 I’ve been chatting with a few folks about E2.0 case studies and found that there are some good sources of information out there but they appear to be spread out all over the place. I spent some time aggregating sources or individual E2.0 case studies here.
In my last post I gave an overview of eProject , an Enterprise 2.0 tool for managing projects and enhancing collaboration. Here are two examples where this approach has worked that can added to the collection of Enterprise 2.0 success stories. Austin Hardware is an industrial business-to-business hardware development manufacturing and distribution company.
If you recall, I recently wrote an in-depth case study on how Vistaprint deployed Enterprise 2.0 initiatives within their organization. Next up in the E2.0 case study series is Océ; a printing company with over 21,000 employees around the world.
by Bill Ives This is the fifth in a six part series on Booz Allen ’s award winning implementation of Enterprise 2.0, termed the Hello system .
Don't Be Afraid of Social Media: Smart and Simple Ways to Use These Tools for Benefits CommunicationBy Jennifer Benz Social media is the buzz at every corporate communications or HR conference and the tools are growing more quickly than anything else online, yet few companies are effectively integrating these tools into their benefits or strategic HR communication.
This list is referenced in my post: A Socially Networked Company Makes for a More Human Workforce (via The Social Workplace )
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