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Realize the potential of social collaboration in business with this easy-to-understand guide
Social media have proven to be an engaging and addictive mode of communication and information gathering for users on a personal level. However, by applying that same philosophy, a corporate collaboration system that employs social technologies could potentially get employees more involved in running an efficient and effective business. This fun and friendly guide shows you exactly how to put social networking to work in order to achieve business goals. Taking you beyond just the features and tools of social collaboration, the book focuses on where and how social collaboration principles and technologies can be applied in order to enhance the performance of an organization, regardless of how big or small it may be.
- Helps businesses understand how to introduce social collaboration practices into their organizations in order to create the results they are seeking
- Details ways to transform a business into a social business by using social collaboration technologies
- Provides case studies that exemplify ways in which business can engage and learn in social collaboration
Social Collaboration For Dummies is an ideal introductory guide for anyone looking to use social collaboration to lead to improvements in productivity, organizational agility, innovation, and employee engagement.
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Publisher: Wiley/For Dummies
Page Count (est.): 384
Pub Date: 11/11/2013