Getting Impact from Internal Social Collaboration
Internal Social Collaboration De-Mystified
27 June, 2013 | (01 hr)
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This webcast will share recent research findings and thought leadership on internal social collaboration, an enabler of organizational performance that almost every company is struggling to master. Studies have shown that 70 percent of companies have adopted social media tools, but only 5 percent have integrated them with their core business process.
We will review the findings based on the results of a recent Research Working Group on “Generating Value through Internal Social Collaboration.” Eight Conference Board member companies convened for six months to explore how organizations can drive tangible business results through the use of internal social networks such as Yammer, Salesforce, and SharePoint. The group included top-level participants from American Express, Deloitte, FedEx, Best Buy, MasterCard, Amgen, PwC, and MetLife.
Please join us along with three members of the research group from PwC and FedEx as we describe and share what good internal social collaboration looks like, business benefits and measurement, emerging strategies and practices, and social collaboration as a “Trojan horse” for culture change.
Audience: IT, HR, Social Media, Communications, Change Management, Knowledge Management
Rob Caldera is a Senior Communications Manager at PwC where he leads communications for the global social networking and collaboration programme, and the US firm’s Knowledge Services organization.
Jane Kotecha is a global knowledge manager at PwC and the Advocate programme leader for Spark, PwC’s social networking & collaboration platform.
Since the launch, she has recruited 1,780 Advocates from Australia to Uruguay (and 8... Full Bio
Kent A. Greenes is a program director for The Conference Board Knowledge and Collaboration Council. His publications for The Conference Board include two research reports, It’s Not Just Your Children’s Facebook Anymore: Using ... Full Bio