How to evangelise Enterprise 2.0 without being called BS
“Iâ€™ve been thinking about this Scott Berkun article for a while : Calling Bullshit on social media.
This is a question Iâ€™ve always asked myself whenever preparing a blog post or a presentation on Enterprise 2.0.
Sameer Patel defines Enterprise 2.0 as the enterprise state once it has implemented social media inside the organisation. So weâ€™re spot on the topic, and the question is how to make sure we donâ€™t get carried away and start BSing while evangelizing enterprise 2.0 ?
Ten questions to ask yourself while preparing your homework to make sure you donâ€™t get caught by the @berkun and the @dahowlett of this 2.0 world â€¦ And Hypertextual ten answers to convince myself I am not that BullshitCallable.”
Web 2.0 at Cisco
“LibÃ©rer lâ€™initiative dans lâ€™entreprise permet dâ€™amÃ©liorer la performance financiÃ¨re”
“Isaac Getz, professeur en innovation Ã lâ€™ESCP, a reÃ§u le prix Syntec Conseil en management pour avoir dÃ©cryptÃ© “une forme dâ€™organisation des entreprises peu rÃ©pandue mais qui permet aux sociÃ©tÃ©s dâ€™afficher des rÃ©sultats supÃ©rieurs Ã leurs concurrentes”. Ce mode dâ€™organisation quâ€™il appelle “LibertÃ© SA” (Freedom Inc. en anglais) est censÃ© favoriser lâ€™auto-motivation des salariÃ©s. Lâ€™idÃ©e du chercheur Ã©tant que “des employÃ©s responsables et libres de dÃ©cider sont plus productifs”. Les entreprises ainsi organisÃ©es sont plus performantes ou plus rentables que leurs concurrentes, notamment grÃ¢ce au surcroÃ®t dâ€™implication des employÃ©s et Ã la rÃ©duction de lâ€™absentÃ©isme, selon lui. “
Mentoring Millennials – Harvard Business Review
“Millennials view work as a key part of life, not a separate activity that needs to be â€œbalancedâ€ by it. For that reason, they place a strong emphasis on finding work thatâ€™s personally fulfilling. They want work to afford them the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills, and connect to a larger purpose. That sense of purpose is a key factor in their job satisfaction; according to our research, theyâ€™re the most socially conscious generation since the 1960s.”
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