The FASTForward Blog » The Credit Crisis and Social Software – Part 1 – Why we need a return to credit based on social relationships: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
Part 1 is a description about what is credit. The core idea is that the natural reality of sound credit is that it is not transactional but social. If sound credit is indeed as I say social in nature, then there will be a way to deploy social software to create a better alternative.
Social media can drive employee engagement
When your employees know that your customers hate your company it can turn any work place into a toxic cesspool of dissatisfaction. Who wants to work for a company that is always seen as doing wrong and having to justify oneself?
By using social media you break down the wall, or at least punch holes in it so people can see through, remember to succeed with social media you need to act like a human, not a corporate robot. Below are my thoughts on how using social media will effectively addresses each one of Hertzberg’s motivation factors.
Récapitulatif de la conférence Office 2.0 | Entreprise 2.0
Le blog Read/Write Web a eu la gentillesse de publier un compte-rendu de la conférence Office 2.0 qui s’est déroulée ce mois à Boston ( Office 2.0 Day 1 et Office 2.0 Day 2). Plusieurs tendances lourdes semblent émerger ou se confirmer.