Weekend thought Social customer care: It’s a way of thinking not a technology @ CustomerThink

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Accepting the fact that value creation is co-creation and that social business accept the fact that customers are in the lead is indeed a way of thnking. And one that will be needed to thrive in this era of transition. What are ur beliefs?

Found at Social customer care: It’s a way of thinking not a technology | CustomerThink.

So your organisation wants to use Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Yammer, Posterous, wikis, forums, communities as part of your customer service proposition or perhaps to only use those channels

Read all at Social customer care: It’s a way of thinking not a technology | CustomerThink.

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The Yammer Blog: The Cultural Imperative For A Social Business – Part 2

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Found at The Yammer Blog: The Cultural Imperative For A Social Business – Part 2.

This post was contributed by Maria Ogneva, the Head of Community at Yammer.

Social media is “growing up” and becoming part of organizational process, graduated from being a single person who tweets to see “what sticks”. That much we know

Read all at The Yammer Blog: The Cultural Imperative For A Social Business – Part 2.

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Read!! Thierry de Baillon’s We Have Designed, We Build, You Will Run | CustomerThink

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<p>Found at <a href=We Have Designed, We Build, You Will Run | CustomerThink.

However we want to call it, Enterprise 2.0, social business or collaborative whatsitsname, what we are watching now is a vendors-claimed increasing evolution toward maturity of leading platforms. During its last symposium, the Gartner Group held a session entitled “Managing Social Software Maturity: Supporting Pioneers and Settlers“, and is predicting a near-billion figure for the social software market inea

Read all at We Have Designed, We Build, You Will Run | CustomerThink.

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Socialcast’ Hail to the Female

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2010 marked the first year that women became the majority of the U.S. workforce. At the same time, the technology industry is thriving in this digital era. Data shows that women make strong leaders and company founders, often bringing more efficiency and profitability to the table than men. Why are there fewer female startup founders and technology practitioners, then?

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Is Business-centric Social Networking a Revolution — or a Ruse? – Knowledge@Wharton

Found at Is Business-centric Social Networking a Revolution — or a Ruse? – Knowledge@Wharton.

Programs like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn have become a popular way for families and groups of friends (or groups of strangers) to share information and organize their lives. Now corporations are hoping they can tap into those capabilities as a way to improve employee productivity, collaboration and communication on the job — and a long line of software vendors, such as Cisco, SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, IBM and Salesforce.com, along with upstarts like Yammer, are hoping to position themselves as the platform to integrate social networking and business processes.

To be continued at Is Business-centric Social Networking a Revolution — or a Ruse? – Knowledge@Wharton.

 

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Recommended: Duperrin’s Links for this week

Recommended: Links for this week (weekly) – TIBCO launches tibbr: enough to make Enterprise 2.0 viable? “Later… http://ow.ly/1b6fpY

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