Tag: len rosen

  • Growing a Social Business: Social Networks and Mentorship

    Organizations, whether for profit or not, invest in infrastructure and people. Infrastructure requires a one-time investment and occasional refresh. People, on the other hand, continuously cycle through an organization. The experience they gain as they master their jobs represents assets of enormous value.

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  • Deploying Business Social Networks to Create Online Exchanges

    Facebook has 700 million-plus members. LinkedIn, the business equivalent, has well over 100 million members. Twitter has a user population well in excess of 100 million as well. A business looks at these social media tools and wonders what benefits they bring to the top and bottom line.

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  • Enterprise 2.0 Uses Social Networking to Engage Customers

    When I told Lew Frees, of Harmony Inc., that I was writing this article he told me a story about how the Beatles created the album Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Sergeant Pepper came out in June of 1967.

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  • Harvesting Collective Wisdom Through Enterprise Social Networks

    Every time someone retires in an organization a treasure trove of knowledge is lost. Every time an organization discourages diverse opinion, collective wisdom is eroded. Lewis Frees, of Harmony Inc., has made it his business to challenge organizations to find their "better angels.

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  • How Enterprise 2.0 Sales Teams Will Use Social Networks

    Are private social networks becoming entrenched in Enterprise 2.0 businesses with sophisticated sales forces? "We're not there yet," states Jennifer King, Director of Sales, Central Region for SAS Canada, the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market.

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