Presentation on theme: "Improving business through people or “everything I ever needed to know about social networking I learned from my 12 year old on Myspace…”"— Presentation transcript:
Improving business through people or “everything I ever needed to know about social networking I learned from my 12 year old on Myspace…”
Senior Account Executive Safari Books Online 18 years Sales, Marketing & Business Development BizNetwork for E&Y 1997 Last few years using, researching and writing about enterprise social software and social networking
Start of a public speaking career Welcome to the world famous Jungle Cruise…
Karen Huffman National Geo Society LexisNexis Innovation Award Manage the Intranet Improve Relationships Wiki, Blogs & RSS Global users, improve communications, productivity
Christy Confetti-Higgins SunLearning, Digitial Libraries & Research Active working with SecondLife and the Sun Pavilion Sun’s MPK20 – SecondLife for the Enterprise Team Meetings Personal Space Sharing Applications
Aerospace Company Stealth Sandbox a.k.a. Skunkworks I could tell you, but then I’d have to… RSS Feeds, Wiki & Sharepoint 30 – 40 blogs 10 active wiki (4 are library) internal iGoogle Page, AIAA, Get Abstract, IEEE, APQC, Library Spotlight, III: output RSS feed nightly (a new books feed & Mongraphs and Serials)
William Hayes BiogenIdec Thought leader Getting more resources 3 librarians 5,000 employees CMS – Druple Wiki – Atlassian eRooms – Documentum CoP – Web Forum RSS Feeder – NewsGator Expert finder – Scilink Collaborative Bib - Quosa
How to get started? Reading & research Talk to others Personal use / experience Sandbox Proof of concept Pilot
Why does it matter to you? Content MS HR MS Information MS Integrated Library Software/Sys Enterprise Resource Programs KM Collaborative Software
Why does it matter to you? Sanofi Aventis www.tacit.com
Organizational change Identifying key influencers for strategic change or restructuring Monitor integration of staff following mergers and acquisitions Communities of Practice Detecting and bridging gaps Measuring return on investment Improving Collaboration Identify weaknesses Team building Bridging Relationships Mergers and acquisitions Partner strategy Leadership development Identifying high performers Succession planning Innovation Connecting people and ideas Identifying key energy sources in an organization Knowledge management Identifying expertise Assessing connectivity and access of existing knowledge assets The lost knowledge problem Source:Social Network Analysis Jumpstart Series, 2006 Early & Associates
http://www.tomoye.com Where are you in the participation curve?
Awareness Networks 80% of MD searches for people
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