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Is Email Dead for Employees?

Elizabeth Lupfer
With such a strong focus these days on digital communication channels, my company recently conducted a communications channel audit of our 40,000 employees. The results of the survey show that email remains, today, the NUMBER ONE preferred method of communication, with the Intranet coming in second.
Is Email Dead for Employees?

Disrupting Work: Are You Ready for 2015? [INFOGRAPHIC]

servantofchaos
Some years ago, while working at SAP, I was involved in a global workforce enablement program. Our challenge was to look ahead to 2015 (yes, we are now almost there), model the future demand for software, services and skills and put in place programs that would ensure there were enough skilled and experienced SAP practitioners available to deliver to the expected demands of our customers. What we realized was that learning could no longer be seen as a single event.
Disrupting Work: Are You Ready for 2015? [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Three Phases of Startup Growth: Traction, Transition and Growth

ShaneJones
With any kind of business in the start-up process, there are three phases it will go through in order to grow: Traction, Transition, Growth. During each individual phase, the goals, metrics, volume, channels, optimization and team differ. In order to efficiently work through these phases towards success, you have to pay close attention to these differences and plan your actions for your product accordingly.
The Three Phases of Startup Growth: Traction, Transition and Growth

BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

Rick Delgado
Mobile device management solutions will provide IT with a way to minimize risk. IT will be able to lock down device functionality, limit access, guard against security breaches, and protect critical data. Companies will be able to put BYOD to work for them and manage users effectively.
BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

We're All Becoming Tech Workers: Are We Ready? (Part 2)

Courtney Hunt
As the Digital Era continues to progress and social and digital technologies become more fully integrated into not just the work we do, but how we do it, there's an increasing need for all workers to be digitally literate and competent. Here are some things individuals can and should do to increase their current capabilities and lay a foundation for ongoing growth and development.
We're All Becoming Tech Workers: Are We Ready? (Part 2)

The Art of a Tweet, Part 2: Corporate Tweeting

DStrokovsky
The Art of a Tweet part two - strategy in relation to the corporate world. Best practices to ensure alignment within an organization.
The Art of a Tweet, Part 2: Corporate Tweeting

Building a Human Business on the Shoulders of Personal Brands

Bryan Kramer
As employee advocacy becomes bigger, it’s going to skyrocket the ability to lead individual brands and help spread authentic messages to people faster and with more trust than ever before. So how do you build content that employees want to share? Here are five ways to align personal and business brands together.
Building a Human Business on the Shoulders of Personal Brands

Embrace It: Visual Consumption Is Here to Stay

willmcinnes
Social command centers disperse the power of social data throughout the enterprise in a visually-appealing, important way.
Embrace It: Visual Consumption Is Here to Stay

We’re All Becoming Tech Workers: Are We Ready? (Part 1)

Courtney Hunt
As the Digital Era continues to progress and social and digital technologies become more fully integrated into not just the work we do, but how we do it, there's an increasing need for all workers to be digitally literate and competent. Here are some of the things organizations and organizational leaders can do to help increase current capabilities and lay a foundation for ongoing growth and development.
We’re All Becoming Tech Workers: Are We Ready? (Part 1)

How to Staff a Star Social Support Team

Dave.Evans
Step inside any contact center. Meet with any support manager. There’s a common theme: staffing. How to recruit the right staff and keep them challenged at work so they’ll stick around. Add in social channels to the mix and the job becomes even more challenging.
How to Staff a Star Social Support Team