BuongiornoWe have some of the best minds in social business in this room today, and I’m sure over the next two days we’ll explore the grander vision of social business. But today I’d like to start with a simple question.
Raise your hands
To help the rest, let’s do some time travel
Remember that fresh-faced, starry-eyed, eager beaver, 22 yr old graduate – If you had one chance, what would you tell him about 2013?Social Business Revolution How it will fundamentally change the way we work But that 22-yr old may glaze over your buzzwords – so let me talk in terms of the manifestations of social business No buzz words – infact – I promise you – I will not use “social business” anymore in this talk – instead I’ll talk about how is meant by this new way of doing businessTrust me – it’s more than just water cooler conversation
Before you roll your eyesThe concept of socrates and aristotleNo single teacher, mentor, or elite group of experts
Anyone can be an expert depending on the subject of conversation, depending on the time of conversation
Throw out your org behavior frameworks and 7 habits of highly successful people
No trainingSpice and Box adoption example
<GM broadcast/streaming – live townhall>Offers to passengers
Apache’s north sea story
Let’s come back to presentI see some of you nodding in agreement that this is what we see in 2013 – BYOD (obviously 89% of enterprises have a BYOD policy now), BYOA, and BYOENow the question is what will happen in 10 years from now?How many of you think your organizations do business this way?
So before you hit the pillow tonight, try to answer these three questions honestly and truthfully.Today, I shared some examples of companies that can answer these questions confidently and affirmatively
At tibbr, we work with companies likeScania, KPMG, Schneider Electric, Thomson Reuters – to help answer these questions – and I’d be happy to share with you more in person on how they have embraced the social business revolution. Thank you!
Employee On-boarding: The Real Value of Social - Srini Vinnakota
Srini VinnakotaDirector of Product Strategy, tibbr
How many of you rememberyour first day at work?
On-boarding& Retentionvirtual buddiesdiverse connectionsaccess tacit knowledgeask a questionpeer learningshare an ideaselflearninggive an answerfeelconnectedlocate expertiseshare your viewspull what’s relevant to youfollowpeoplegetintroducedfollowknowledgecontribute from the startberecognisedday one productivitywho’s whoseen & heardrapid mass collaborationrelevant resourcesavoid reinventing the wheelsharemyexpertisereducedduplicationreliabletechnologyresource availabilityrich insightscollective participation