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LinkedIn is the proverbial dark horse of social media: we all know it’s there, but few of us use it to its full potential.
Many CEOs forbid use of social media at work, but recent research shows that web surfing leads to increased productivity.
Today, your performance review is based on things like sales numbers or number of goals met. Tomorrow, though, it could be based on something that until now has remained ephemeral: organizational influence.
Marcus Nelson, co-founder of customer service startup UserVoice , left his role as head of social media at Salesforce.com back in April to start a company called Addvocate — and now he’s starting to talk about what he’s up to.
Guest post by Bryan Rhoads, global content strategy, Intel Today’s web is an endless 24/7 cycle fed by content and social actions.
In a world where social sharing has become ubiquitous — we share pictures, fleeting moods, political harangues and funny stories — we continue to hesitate to bring that sense of openness to the workplace. The idea of a social enterprise is one that attempts to capture the free flow of thought and information that we bring to our social interactions into our organizations. - The Business of Going Social White Paper
Related Blog Post - Gamifying Social Collaboration: How we did it at Bluewolf In January, we sent out a company-wide survey to gauge the state of collaboration internally and externally. We asked every Bluewolf employee:
By now most companies are contemplating some kind of initiative to leverage social media within the enterprise -- whether to connect employees to each other, to customers or both.
In addition to leveraging social channels to stimulate discussion on leading products, prospects, or competitors in the marketplace (see my last post on How Does Social Media Affect Your Business?
By Alex Palmer November 1, 2012 Social media has become an increasingly important way for employees to collaborate with one another.
By Steve Patrizi, Chief Revenue Officer at Bunchball email@example.com , @spatrizi