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This presentation was made to the audience of Human Resource Excellence Forum 2014, Mumbai during Jan'14. The audience comprised of primarily senior HR folks were engaged in a conversation around the …

This presentation was made to the audience of Human Resource Excellence Forum 2014, Mumbai during Jan'14. The audience comprised of primarily senior HR folks were engaged in a conversation around the role of Social Media in HR space and how can it transform the very notion and current practices in HR. Many a times, a scary idea for the folks in HR who prefer to create and regulate the organizational practices and go by the rule book. Throw that away to the wind my HR mates!

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  • A case in point is GE’s COLAB , a company-wide internal social network aimed at integrating the collective intelligence of 300K workforce spread across all continents to promote collaboration and innovation efficiently. To Ron Utterbeck’s (CIO) pleasant surprise, within 11months ,41% of employees (124K of them) begun using the platform for collaborating and ideating at GE. He claims that solution-providing within GE has improved though they didn’t set out with financial impacts in mind when started with COLAB.
  • Possibly on of the finest examples of Social Gaming is that of Foldit, a gaming platform which promises to solve puzzles for science. According to Huffington post, it made headlines when a group of avid gamers cracked the structure of the enzyme of Mason-Pfizer Monkey Virus (M-PMV) responsible for AIDS in just 10 days. The mystery had eluded scientists for over 15 years. That’s what you call transformative breakthrough using collective intelligence.And mind you, Foldit is not a platform just for the nerds, it does serious scientific jobs of research and publication in high-tech space.

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  • 1. Workplace- 2020
  • 2. 1% 22% 20% 50% 7% Source: PwC
  • 3. Social = Media
  • 4. Economy Agricultural Knowledge Industrial Social What we know Who we know
  • 5. Resource? How Social is Human ?
  • 6. Did it surprise you? Source: www.hrvirtualcafe.com
  • 7. Creator or Leader? Source: SHRM, 2012
  • 8. HR’s SoMe Sweet Spots Recruitment (Social)
  • 9. HR Gamification
  • 10. HR’s SoMe Sweet Spots Learning & Development Social Learning
  • 11. Ideating & Collaborating
  • 12. Transformational Breakthrough M-PMV’s (an AIDS causing virus) enzyme structure was explained in just 10 days, eluded scientists > 15 yrs. # # http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/19/aids -protein-decoded-gamers_n_970113.html
  • 13. HR’s SoMe Sweet Spots Personal & Employer Branding
  • 14. How strong is your clout? Source: http://klout.com/
  • 15. Source: Official Twitter handle @briansolis
  • 16. HR’s SoMe Sweet Spots Social Performance Management Performance Management
  • 17. Could social media revolutionize the performance appraisal process? Source: May, 2012
  • 18. Social Leadership traits Source: Six social-media skills every leader needs McKinsey Quarterly February 2013; Roland Deiser and Sylvain Newton (A studied reference to GE) .
  • 19. Concerns http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/download/presskits/enterprisesocial/docs/ESCResearchSum
  • 20. Bringing executives on-board Let’s Crowd-source! Tweet your ideas- #HREForum2014 , @sadhankb
  • 21. Questions to ponder! How can social media support our organization’s vision, mission, and strategy? Do we have leadership buy-in and are they fully engaged? Is our organization’s culture ready to embrace social media?
  • 22. Sadhan k. bhattacharya, CPLP®