Dec 11 Posted 3 years ago
Nice insights Jim. You're right - corporate culture is a big beast and influenced by many things. Much of what happens is driven by the leaders, what directions they focus on and how they manage behaviour. I think social has made a big dent in the gatekeeping process though and the potential for many people to make public comments has ended the days of the tightly controlled corporate message.
I think it's wise not to be utopian. The law is going to jump all over social media and I think many perceived freedoms could be locked down. Having said that, I am not sure that people will easily let go of the freedoms that the net brings them.
A key would be to educate regualtors so that they can strike the right balance as many people making the laws right now are not digitally or socially literate and I think are making laws that are potentialy counterproductive.
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