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Social really is here when it comes to the enterprise. Many see the role of social in consumer-focused businesses but have not absorbed what it means for the enterprise. Social is having a direct …

Social really is here when it comes to the enterprise. Many see the role of social in consumer-focused businesses but have not absorbed what it means for the enterprise. Social is having a direct impact in 5 areas:
1. DIY prospecting: Customers conduct research on products and services well ahead of the official start to the sales cycle
2. Peer influence: Customers “pulse” their peers at every step of the journey
3. Trial before purchase: User testing requires grassroot support. It’s no longer a single decision instance rather smaller purchase bundles
4. Buyer & user are the same: The phenomenon changes decision and influence points in enterprise purchasing
5. Click to compare: Pricing transparency is foundational; consumer expectations are shaping enterprise behavior

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  • 1. McKinsey & Company | 1 McKinsey on Marketing & Sales – Slideshare Brief LAREINA YEE | @LareinaYee @McK_MktgSales The Social Enterprise How your customers produce and consume in the social world
  • 2. McKinsey & Company | 2 Productivity & Management Social is shaping enterprise
  • 3. McKinsey & Company | 3 Social is easier today
  • 4. McKinsey & Company | 4 Record speed adoption SOURCE: Multiple press reports Time to reach 50 million users Radio 13 years iPod 3 years Internet 4 years Facebook 1 year Twitter 9 months TV 38 years
  • 5. McKinsey & Company | 5 Social is everyone SOURCE: eMarketer, February 2011, McKinsey Global Institute Analysis Age NOTE: Numbers may not sum due to rounding. 16 14 13 20 18 17 22 21 21 65+ 15 2 12--17 2011 0-11 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 18 10 4 2010 2 17 15 9 4 2009 2 16 14 8 3% of total US users
  • 6. McKinsey & Company | 6 Social is growing faster than traditional communications Unique monthly visitors SOURCE: comScore Media Metrix, October 2011; McKinsey Global Institute Analysis 31 36 -5 p.p. 2011 64 2007 69 53 69 -16 p.p. 31 47 44 18 100% = 1,430 +26 p.p. 82 76056 E-mail Instant messaging Social networking Users of service Non-users % of global online population
  • 7. McKinsey & Company | 7 Enterprise usage is growing fast SOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute 2011 41 2008 29 2011 50 2008 23 2011 38 2008 27 Blogs Video Sharing Social Networking % of respondents of enterprise users Social is in the enterprise
  • 8. McKinsey & Company | 8 Social impacts enterprise processes SOURCE: McKinsey web 2.0 survey, 2011, McKinsey Quarterly Scanning external environment Finding new ideas Managing projects Developing strategic plan Allocating resources Social networking n = 1,728 Wikis n = 809 Micro- blogging n = 654 Prediction markets n = 190 Blogs n = 1,322 40 9 13 529 36 12 13 429 19 17 5 212 16 8 5 411 10 4 2 25 20 - 40% 5 - 10% 10 - 20% Less than 5% Top Ranking Dimensions Total 75 73 56 43 30
  • 9. McKinsey & Company | 9 Greater collaboration drives value SOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute analysis Total value at stake % of revenue Product development Operations and distribution Sales and marketing Customer service Business support functions Financial services Insurance— P&C ~3–6 Insurance— life ~3–4 Retail banking ~4–7 Consumer packaged goods ~5–6 Professional services n/a ~8–11 Advanced manufacturing Semi- conductors ~5–7 Automotive ~4–6 <0.5 0.5–2.0 >2.0 Potential value chain productivity benefit
  • 10. McKinsey & Company | 10 Distributes decision making Creates permeable organizational boundaries Rapid adaptation and a shift to more iterative problem solving and product delivery Your customers’ environment is different
  • 11. McKinsey & Company | 11 5ways social is shaping your customers
  • 12. McKinsey & Company | 12 Customers conduct research on products and services well ahead of the official start to the sales cycle #1DIY prospecting
  • 13. McKinsey & Company | 13 Peer influence Customers pulse their peers at every step of the journey #2
  • 14. McKinsey & Company | 14 Trial before purchase User testing; grassroot support; no longer a single decision instance; smaller purchase bundles #3
  • 15. McKinsey & Company | 15 Buyer & user are the same#4 Changes decision and influence points in enterprise purchasing
  • 16. McKinsey & Company | 16 Click to compare Pricing transparency is foundational; consumer expectations have shaped enterprise behavior #5
  • 17. McKinsey & Company | 17 Change is good Reboot sales & marketing teams
  • 18. McKinsey & Company | 18SOURCE: Internet search, Salesforce.com video library; KLM Facebook page Reimagine data and customer loyalty
  • 19. McKinsey & Company | 19SOURCE: McKinsey Marketing and Sales practice, McKinsey Quarterly ―The consumer decision journey‖ 39 26 22 28 11 12 26 42 100% Marketing led by the company Marketing led by the consumer Previous experience with product/brand Contact in store/ with sales agent 31 5 37 21 ▪ Word of mouth ▪ Online research ▪ Recommendations/ criticisms ▪ Traditional advertising ▪ Direct marketing ▪ Sponsorship ▪ Store experience Consider | Evaluate | Buy Rethink how you reach customers
  • 20. McKinsey & Company | 20 9.3% increase in customer satisfaction as benchmarked by American Customer Satisfaction Index 150,000 customers helped through Twitter Personalized 10 versus 25,000 @comcastcares = ―Make it Right‖ Alternative rather than primary customer support channel Handles customer complaint in public arena SOURCE: Internet search, Comcast Twitter Feed, Business Week 2009 ―Comcast’s Twitter Man‖ Reimagine service and information
  • 21. McKinsey & Company | 21SOURCE: McKinsey expert interviews Customer asks Account Leader for additional information about product capabilities . . . ~5-10 emails ~3 man hours 2 days round trip ~5-10 tweets/ Chatters/ Jabbers ~30 minutes 2 hours round trip Redefine sales team workflow
  • 22. McKinsey & Company | 22 The business case is clear Your customers’ expectations are shifting Be ready to adapt Social sales & marketing
  • 23. McKinsey & Company | 23 LAREINA YEE | @LAREINAYEE @McK_CMSOForum ―Social economy: unlocking value and productivity through social technologies‖ http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/mgi The Social Enterprise How your customers produce and consume in the social world

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