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A Guide to Social Collaboration and Learning, with James Tyer of Kellogg's
What is social collaboration and learning? How can organisations benefit from using these? To find out I’ve had a chat with James Tyer who is the Global Lead of Social Collaboration at Kellogg Company.
collaboration  enterprise-social-software  social-networking  INJELEA-Lesenswertes 
april 2016 by fwhamm
How Are Knowledge Networks Shaping Teams? - TallyFox
If you were to ask a company what their goal is, the reply would be to be successful in the marketplace. If you question the individual teams within the company, their answers may be more specific: The sales team will say that their goal is to close more sales, and the development team will emphasise the importance of creating a great product within given deadlines.
collaboration  enterprise-social-software  social-networking 
april 2016 by fwhamm
Using an Internal Social Network to Solve Real Business Problems
I’ve worked for several large organizations and one thing was true in every one of them. There are huge information silos between different divisions, different offices, and even within departments. These information silos can be very costly for organizations. The cost impact can range from not knowing the internal expertise available to having multiple departments working on similar initiatives and spending money for outside consultants to do the same projects as well as having employees who do not even know they exist. For many companies, the quickest way to break down silos is to leverage an internal social network.
social-networking  enterprise-social-software  Social-Software  Enterprise20  knowledge-management  collaboration  INJELEA-Lesenswertes 
december 2013 by fwhamm
Boomers Best Millennials at Using Social Media for Work - Paul Korzeniowski - Internet Evolution
To determine the impact of the social networking tool, Leonardi compared two demographically similar groups within the company: one in marketing and a second in operations. Before the tool's implementation, the groups were asked questions to gauge their knowledge about their colleagues. One group was given the new social networking tool and encouraged to use it. The second was not, and instead relied on traditional communication channels, such as email, to exchange company information.
Social-Business  study  enterprise-social-software  social-networking  millennials  Generation-Y  INJELEA-Lesenswertes  collaboration 
october 2013 by fwhamm
Gartner Says 80 Percent of Social Business Efforts Will Not Achieve Intended Benefits Through 2015
Do it wrong and you will fail: "Enterprise social networks will become the primary communication channels for noticing, deciding or acting on information relevant to carrying out work. However, Gartner, Inc. estimates that through 2015, 80 percent of social business efforts will not achieve the intended benefits due to inadequate leadership and an overemphasis on technology."
Social-Business  social-networking  Enterprise20  enterprise-social-software 
september 2013 by fwhamm

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