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Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011
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Software Exec Summit Social Business Deck 72011

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  • 1. Social Business:Connecting People with InsightPam ChandorGlobal Sales Director, Social Business & Web Experience Software
  • 2. The forces driving a smarter planet are having aremarkable impact on how people interact Instrumented smartphone shipments will outpace PCs by 2012 Interconnected social networking accounts for 22% of all online time Intelligent the social data analytics opportunity will grow to 1 Zettabyte by 2011
  • 3. A Social Business makes sense to business leaders.... Business As Usual A Social Business Deepen  Drives advocacy and more sales through trusted relationships relationships Push marketing via traditional with channels customersMarketing Control over brand image and  Speed time to market and gain brand communication market share with break-through ideas and products Generate new ideas Invest in R&DProduct faster Generate new ideas Save money by reaching out toDevelopment internally professional networks to respond Test ideas in market faster to business decisions and Enable a more opportunities effectiveOperations, Email and phone based workforceHuman communicationResources Knowledge kept in silos 3
  • 4. This transformation presents new challenges Marketers: less control over their brands Product development: deliver new products and services quickly and at lower cost Human resources: difficulty increasing worker effectiveness Organizations: paralyzed by security and governance concerns 4
  • 5. Some would have you believe peoplerevolve around content (or documents or tools) .... 5
  • 6. But: Business is a Social Activity! 6
  • 7. As a result, people get things done in entirely new ways How I Buy How I Work Interacting with peers Collaborating from and engaging with the anywhere at any time. company. How I Create Tapping into a wide variety of insight and expertise.
  • 8. Enabling people to better interact can help organizationsaddress top CEO prioritiesAccording to the 2010 IBM CEO Study:95% of standout Creativity is viewed 81% of CEOs willorganizations will as the #1 most focus more on theirfocus more on important leadership peoples skills ingetting closer to the quality for the next 5 the next 5 years.customer over the years.next 5 years.
  • 9. CIOs are also reporting a shift in investmentAccording to the 2011 IBM CIO Study: 74% of CIOs see Nearly 3 times as66% of CIOs fromtop-performing collaboration and many CIOs in top-organizations see communication as a performinginternal key driver in organizations view transforming their Social Networkcommunication and organizations Analysis as a topcollaboration as prioritykey to innovation
  • 10. Social Businesses have distinct characteristicsthat distinguish them from other organizationsAt their core, they are...Engaged deeply connecting people to be involved inproductive, efficient waysTransparent providing line of sight across traditionalboundaries and better aligning actions to needsNimble speeding up businesswith insight to anticipate andAddress evolving opportunities
  • 11. Social Business benefits are real and are helpingdrive sustainable differentiation 90% of respondents Standout report measurable organizations are business benefits from 57% more likely to Web 2.0 tools, including allow their people better access to to use social and knowledge, lower costs collaborative tools. of doing business, and higher revenues. – IBM CHRO Study 2010 – McKinsey Global Survey 2010
  • 12. Business functions are redefined in a Social Business Human Marketing Resources Customer Product Service Development
  • 13. Marketing
  • 14. Are you ready?How customer expectations will change in the next 5 years? % of CEOs answering “To a large / very large extent” 82% Better understanding of needs 70% New or different services 69% More collaboration, info sharingHow will you listen more – and respond quickly to customer needs? IBM CEO Study 2010
  • 15. The benefits of Social Business to marketing are real Realized benefit (median improvement %)Increase effectivenessof awareness(52% of respondents)Increase revenue(realized by 18%)Increasedeffectiveness ofconversion(52% of respondents) (*) “The rise of the networked enterprise. Web 2.0 finds its payday” – McKinsey Global Survey Results, 2010
  • 16. CustomerService16
  • 17. Are you ready?Customer Service is key to the success of any business. CEOs agree… 95% of standout organizations will focus more on “getting closer to the customer” over the next 5 years, 14% more likely than their peers. – IBM CEO Study 2010 How will you improve customer retention and loyalty? How can becoming a Social Business help you meet this goal? Source: IBV CEO Study, 2010
  • 18. Value of Social Business for Customer Service Realized benefit (median improvement %)Increase speed of accessto internal experts(52% of respondents)Increase speed of accessto internal knowledge(77% of respondents)Reduce externalcommunications expense(53% of respondents) (*) “The rise of the networked enterprise. Web 2.0 finds its payday” – McKinsey Global Survey Results, 2010
  • 19. ProductDevelopment 19
  • 20. Are you ready?“to drive ideas and innovation throughout yourbusiness...” CEOs: Sources for Ideas and Innovation Business Partners Employees Customers Sales or service units Consultants R&D (internal) Competitors Other Associations Think tanks Academia Internet, blogs, etc. 45% 25% 5% 5% 25% 45% How will you harness innovation in your business? Source: IBM CEO Study, 2006
  • 21. Value of Social Business for R&D and New Product Development Realized benefit (median improvement %)Increase speed of accessto external experts(40% of respondents)Reduce time to market fornew products/services(29% of respondents)Increase number ofsuccessful innovations(28% of respondents) (*) “The rise of the networked enterprise. Web 2.0 finds its payday” – McKinsey Global Survey Results, 2010
  • 22. HumanResources
  • 23. Are you ready?HR leaders are shifting focus to driving innovation, growth and operationalefficiency Improving 64% operational efficiency 44% Developing new 35% product/service offerings 48% Expanding into new 31% markets/geographies 44% Today Three years “Our current stance is defensive to protect our profits under difficult economic circumstances; however, over the medium and long term, our agenda is geared toward global growth.” Director of Operations, United Kingdom How will your workforce handle this shift ? *IBM CHRO Study, 2010
  • 24. Value of Social Business for HR and TalentManagement Realized benefit (median improvement %)Increase speed of access tointernal knowledge(77% of respondents)Increase speed of access tointernal experts(52% of respondents)Reduce internalcommunications expense(60% of respondents) (*) “The rise of the networked enterprise. Web 2.0 finds its payday” – McKinsey Global Survey Results, 2010
  • 25. Social Business EXPERIENCES Optimize your Deepen client workforce relationshipsExceptional Exceptional Experience Experience Available on premises or in the cloud.
  • 26. IBM is the World’s largest Information Technology Company  $99.9B revenue; $14.8B income  400,000 full time regular employees; 100,000 contractors; 100,000 partners  5,970+ executives  39,700+ managers  Operations in 170 countries, divided into 5 A highly diverse workforce: operating teams and/or markets:  North America, Japan, North East  50% workforce has less than 5 years of service Europe, South West Europe, Growth Markets  62% workforce is in our services business  Key business segments:  50% of employees work remotely – not from a  Global Technology Services traditional IBM office  Global Business Services  71% of our employee population is outside USA  Systems and Technology Group  15% of population comes from acquisitions &  Software Group outsourcing dealsIBM has the challenge of increasing productivity, collaboration and innovation of its 400,000 employees worldwide
  • 27. IBM – A Social Business Inside IBM • 18,000 blogs; 86,655 bloggers; ROE of 10%1 • 3.5 million profile searches per week; ROE of 455%2 • 240,000 files; 5.4 million downloads; ROE of 23%3 • 285,000 wiki pages; 15.2 million views; ROE of 53%4 • 1.1 million bookmarks; 3.1 million tags • 12 million instant messages per day • 150,000 web meetings; 1 million participants • 20,000 public communities; 345,000 members Measurable Value • Search satisfaction has increased by 50% with a productivity driven savings of $4.5M per year • $700K savings per month in reduced travel • Reductions in voice mail, email server costs Outside IBM • 8 million registered users; 4.5 million unique monthly visitors • 2,500 public communities; 45,000 members • 1,100 blogs; 25,000 comments; ROE of 26%1 Measurable Value • $100 million in reduced support center costs • Reduce time for product documentation updates using wikisSuggested Reading: IDC Whitepaper "Becoming a Social Business: The IBM Story"; http://aix.software.ibm.com/ftp/demos/226706-IDC-Whitepaper-Becoming-a-Social-Business-IBM-Story.pdf1) ROE Blogs = (Number of Comments + Number of Recommendations) / Number of Blogs 3) ROE Files = Number of downloads / Number of uploads2) ROE Profiles (Yearly) = Number of searches / Number of profiles 4) ROE Wikis = Number of page views / number of pages
  • 28. Start your Social Business transformation withIBM today…Next Steps: Assess Your Organization: Take the IBM Collaboration Assessment Build a Roadmap: schedule a Social Business Agenda WorkshopGet More Information.• Whitepaper: The Social Business, Advent of a New Age• Whitepaper: Forrester Study: Total Economic Impact of IBM Social Collaboration• Video: Business Value of Social SoftwareGet Plugged In:• Register with the IBM Reinventing Relationships Social Media Aggregator• Follow us on Twitter: SocBizAgenda
  • 29. 10 North Martingale RoadPam Chandor Schaumburg, IL 60173Global Sales DirectorSocial Business Tel +1 847 805 2338IBM Software Group pchandor@us.ibm.com
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  • 31. © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 32. Social Business in Action Consider the Social Business ROI at CPG-Co Background •GlobalBusiness Pain Points leader in food products (300,000 employees) Social Business Benefits* Initiatives •Business challenge: “Beat competition with more on-target products” Return on Investment:•No effective means to Increase revenue •Rich communities that match by responding create and engage global experts to new product teams, to markets product teams in an easy to harvest and promote their faster, and and manageable way, promising innovations with more especially with customers • Increase successful hit 5% innovations and partners. rate per year, $17M - increased revenue Increase effective •Lack of visibility across •All project efforts run in a use of key multiple work-streams common dashboard with engineering causes: complete visibility to all details resources •Project overlap wastes on people, task, and work resources •Reduce project staffing •No ability to re-use overlap 10%, $15M - reduced improved practices cost •Huge drain from status *as projected by IBM BVA client meetings.
  • 33. Start making social business real for your company Social Business Thought Leadership AGENDA Business Value Assessment Solution Strategy Workshop Workshop Value Day in Business the Life Alignment Case/ROI Demo What could or How can we should we do What does the financially CCan you show What is my with a social social business justify our social some part of the Social Business business experience look business solution in my strategy? solution? like for us? solution? environment?

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