In this SlideShare, discover 7 business results you’ll achieve once your organization begins identifying and implementing Social Business Patterns.
What is a Social Business Pattern?
Social Business Patterns represent modernized processes with dynamic, repeatable and measurable “people interactions” created by building social into work and life.
Benefit #1: Improved Recruiting and On-Boarding
You’ll be able to collaboratively find and connect the right candidate to the right position. This will streamline your assessment and hiring processes allowing you to better connect, engage with and retain new hires. You’ll also find you’re able to contextually recommend expertise to increase new hires’ productivity.
Benefit #2: Increased Knowledge Sharing
With Social Business Patterns, you’ll more efficiently and effectively capture, share, access knowledge and increase innovation through wider reach of ideas. You’ll reduce unproductive time spent searching and exchanging information and instead find a whole world of innovation at your fingertips.
Benefit #3: Refined Expertise
You’ll be able to identify the right expertise and content needed to effectively solve problems and respond to customer needs. The result? Highly engaged and highly productive employees.
Benefit #4: Enhanced External Consumer Insights
You’ll quickly learn customers’ opinions and preferences related to existing and potential products. What’s more, you can easily and identify and connect with key influencers to aid your marketing efforts.
Benefit #5: More Successful Mergers And Acquisitions
Your overall success rate of merger and acquisition activities will grow. You’ll also raise the effectiveness of vision setting and communication before, during and after the merger or acquisition.
Benefit #6: Improved Workplace Safety
Speed up your communication of new or changed safety regulations, policies and procedures while minimizing or even eliminating project execution delays arising from actual or potential safety issues. This will improve your innovation by increasing the dialog between your safety experts and workers.
Benefit #7: Optimized Supply Chains
Patterns allow you to better engage your customer communities while leveraging social analytics for improved demand forecasting. You’ll build active supply chain communities both within and without your organization to benchmark and share best practices.
So, what will you gain when you identify Social Business Patterns?
1. Improved Recruiting and On-Boarding
2. Increased Knowledge Sharing
3. Refined Expertise
4. Enhanced External Consumer Insights
5. More Successful Mergers And Acquisitions
6. Improved Workplace Safety
7. Optimized Supply Chains
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