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This report from Silverman Research indicates that most participants believe that social media at work does not make people less productive. However, many organisations are still yet to fully …

This report from Silverman Research indicates that most participants believe that social media at work does not make people less productive. However, many organisations are still yet to fully embrace
social media for use inside organisations. Leadership is evidently more important than technology in implementing social media, but there is a lack of agreement about which function should lead the use of social media internally.

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  • Great report and interesting statistical analysis. Although the results are hardly suprising, they do allow for informed decisions for introducing social media in the organisation.
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  • 1. Thanks for checking out this report. It has been moved to our new SlideShare channel. Here’s a link: http://www.slideshare.net/Denovati/the-social-media-garden-report-26041675 You can also access the accompanying blog post here: http://denovati.com/2013/09/barriers-to-social-media-adoption