How do you build a social organization? We're not talking about tweeting and posting updates on Facebook. We're talking about an organization that collaborates internally using an enterprise social network (ESN). An ESN is an internal platform designed to foster collaboration, communication, and knowledge sharing among employees.
If your company doesn’t use an ESN, consider more than 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies partially or fully implemented an enterprise social network by the end of 2013, according to Deloitte analysis. This is a 70 percent increase over 2011.
We live in an age where marketing has been undergoing radical changes at such a rate that we’re still developing the best ways to accomplish work successfully. Each of the major aspects of digital marketing has developed in their own silos. Now we can gain enormous economies and efficiencies through more internal collaboration and by tearing down those silos.
In this webinar, our panelists will share:
-Company cultures that support information sharing and collaboration.
-How to identify which business areas can benefit from increased communication.
-Tips on choosing software for your company’s, department’s, and team’s needs.
-Social networks aimed at businesses.
-Ways to improve participation in enterprise social networks.
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