The impact of corporate culture on enterprise social media

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Presentation at the Social Networking Conference in Miami, January 22, 2009 about the impact that corporate culture has on enterprises' use of social media. More at: …

Presentation at the Social Networking Conference in Miami, January 22, 2009 about the impact that corporate culture has on enterprises' use of social media. More at: http://adamchristensen.com/2009/01/23/the-impact-of-corporate-culture-on-social-media-ibms-case-study/

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  • 1. The Impact of Corporate Culture on Social Media (An IBM Case Study) Adam Christensen, IBM January 22, 2009
  • 2. Corporate culture v. Social media Corporate Culture + Social media
    • = Fail
    • = Success
  • 3. Enterprise social media formula
    • Business Model
    • +
    • Corporate Culture
    • +
    • Desired value
    • =
    • Social media success
  • 4. Proper roles of management & employees
    • Top Down
    • Empowerment
    • Trust
    • Tools (availability)
    • Guidelines
    • Value
    • Bottoms up
    • Interest
    • Tools (selection)
    • Participation
  • 5. IBM’s starting point
    • Business Model
    • B2B NOT consumer
    • Company of experts
    • 386,000 employees
    • 170 countries
    • Culture
    • Intensely diverse
    • Progressive
    • Highly collaborative
    • Risk averse
  • 6. What did we do?
    • Empowered everyone to participate
    • Learn from mistakes (or near mistakes)
    • Social Computing Guidelines
    • Building a culture for participation started inside first
    • Experiment. A lot
  • 7. 1. Empower everyone Trust employees. They are the brand
  • 8. 2. Learn from mistakes (or almost ones) Near shut-down of ValuesJam 2003
  • 9. 3. Community- developed guidelines IBM Social Computing Guidelines http://www.ibm.com/blogs/guidelines.html
    • tag cloud by www.wordle.net
  • 10. 4. Started inside. Like to swim, but afraid of the ocean? Photo courtesy of David Sifry: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dsifry/2173895296/
  • 11. 5. Experiment. A Lot.
    • BlogCentral - 67,000 users, 16K blogs, 140K posts, 140K comments
    • Beehive – 53K members, 63K photos shared, 2.9K events
    • WikiCentral – 150,000 users, 1 million views each day
    • InnovationJam – 4 Jams, more than 500,000 participants
    • GreaterIBM Connection – 50K in alumni network on Facebook/LinkedIn
    • Media Library – 8M downloads
  • 12. Final thoughts
    • Projects without regard to culture fail
    • If current culture doesn’t align, start to create it
    • Top-down mandates generally don’t work
    • (but neither do completely grassroots efforts)
    • Experiment and learn
  • 13. Connect
    • This presentation:
    • http://www.slideshare.net/adamclyde
    • Twitter: http:// twitter.com/adamclyde
    • LinkedIn:
    • www.linkedin.com/in/adamchristensen
  • 14.