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Strategy
Strategy First: The Importance of an Overarching Digital Strategy

Many organizations desire a digital strategy centered around communication and collaboration. A hub that engages colleagues by fostering social collaboration and unlocking collective business memory is critical to the success of a business. This hub builds a vibrant community of knowledge. It is important not...

Lesson 6: Working Out Loud with employees fundraising

This story is about how a global healthcare company used Working Out Loud on an ESN to encourage employee engagement and advocacy with their preferred charity, Save the Children. "ESN has been without a doubt the "hero" channel for our employee fundraising efforts. ESN presents an incredible opportunity...

WOLAN
Lesson 1: Working out Loud by a Sales Team

Working Out Loud in a Network #wolan   Have you tried Working Out Loud in a Network #wolan? A four-part change management approach: 1. #wolan model. Combines Working Out Loud with enterprise business tools e.g. Enterprise Social Networks. Purpose is to nurture conversations to help fix business problems,...

Letting Go – Embracing Imperfection

This post originally appears on Allison Maguire's LinkedIn. Have you ever written an email that was received by someone in a way you did not intend? I'd wager that scenario only had to play out a couple of times before you modified your behavior, reading and re-reading...

How To Know You’ve Succeeded With Enterprise Collaboration

67% OF EMPLOYEES BELIEVE THAT THERE ARE OTHER EMPLOYEES WHO CAN HELP THEM BE MORE EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE*   For many business leaders, seamless collaboration is a top priority, but knowing how to collaborate successfully within an organization can be challenging. Regardless of the industry, collaborative roadblocks...

Driving Yammer Adoption, One Business Team At A Time

This post originally appears on Microsoft Office Blogs. When I first read Gartner’s prediction that,” Through 2015, 80 percent of social business efforts will fail to achieve the intended benefits due to an overemphasis on technology and inadequate leadership involvement*,” I laughed and then, I cried. For...