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We are in an era of organizational change. The businesses that make the leap will be those that can anticipate, adapt, and interact with their customers on a deeply personal level. Discover the 5 keys for social business success:
Senior leaders who are on the fence about social business need to take a long hard look toward the horizon. Where are the workers who can make the enterprise leaner, more responsive, more effective? And where are the customers who will take market share to new levels? If the answer to either of these questions is “the Millennials, of course,” then it’s time to start talking.
One of the top drivers of profit and productivity in any business is the attitude of the employees. Workers who are engaged in their work, committed to the mission of the enterprise, and satisfied with their jobs are both more productive and more profitable. Unfortunately for many organizations, there is a long road to get to these levels of engagement.
Every enterprise is social. Buying, selling, trading, and negotiating are all social activities. Somewhere along the line, as businesses grow, communications begin to break down, work groups become silos, and customers become numbers. The good news is that today's conversational technologies can reduce the distance between people in your organization, improving collaboration and boosting productivity.
Learn how TD Canada Trust transformed their rewards and recognition program with IBM Connections and TemboSocial's The Hive. Discover how The Hive enhances your social enterprise.
Employee participation and performance leads to profits, as demonstrated by companies with high levels of engagement. What follows is our roadmap to help your organization join their ranks.
Gamification has everyone talking. This year it will also have 20% of Global 2000 organizations playing, and by 2014 this number is expected to rise to 70%. Surprisingly, this is good for business.
The right social recognition program increases employee motivation and retention. It also makes recognition a valuable tool for employee development and collaboration, while reinforcing corporate culture and values.
An employee's personal legacy is the sum of their contributions, large and small. Encouraging personal legacy through social recognition has a powerful ripple effect, one that propels enterprise success.
Monetary incentives don't buy workplace happiness. Perks and financial remuneration have a weak exchange rate with today's knowledge worker, for whom the most valuable currency is recognition.