This includes both at school and at home – how can you govern something you know nothing about. EG. Kids blocking their parents on Facebook so they don’t show up in the searches.Have your teenager show you around the web. Be a ‘curious tourist’ in your teen’s digital world,
The networks your kids use to rate their friends and comment on photos will eventually become their core business tools and career prerequisites. Those who don’t learn to use them responsibly will face a severe disadvantage.
It’s a paradigm shift in the way we communicate. You’ll never ‘get it’ if you can’t even imagine itThe internet is only 15 years old, it hasn’t even had sex yet! Imagine what is around the corner?Companies that want to compete are going to have to change their approach to everything, from their hiring practices to their customer service to their budgetsHow do people decide if they like each other? They talk, they exchange ideas, they listen to each other and eventually a relationship forms. Your business now needs to reveal it’s heart and soul in the same manner.When caring meant business – Bob the butcher, knew your name, bank tellers knew your grand kids etc.Small town values now move online – discuss the evolution of communication from small town (Bob the butcher) to online (Nintendo) to social (Facebook)Stop talking and start listeningOur grand parents have a better chance of mastering social media than the Gen Z’s and Y’s as we’re going back to ‘small town’ rules of engagementMore content is now created in 48 hours than from the beginning of time to 2003
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