Social media and innovation in the workplace
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The question whether social media can be applied to business is answered. Business case, resource utilization, and information management are the keywords for a successful application of social networks in a professional setting. This questionnaire relates social media use in the workplace to innovation.
- The coach/trainer of the organization who has to initiate a change initiative.
- The chief technology officer who has to offer an infrastructure for innovation.
- The innovation manager who requires to upgrade the innovation approach.
- The Chief of Human Resources who wants to engage the workforce in a different way.
- The consulting managing partner who advises her client on innovation.
what is the future of work
how to get there
people, processes and technology
encourage collaboration and creativity
make sure you have the right people in place with the right skillsets for today's digital world
design a process that works for your organization now and into the future
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Q. Is social media mostly managed by IT or is there a social media department?
- There is an ad hoc approach with input from IT or ICT
- There is a formal approach that involves ICT and/or a Social Media department
- ICT and/or the Social Media department control most of the social media activities.
Q. To what extent does your organisation have a clear strategy to use social media?
- Not applicable
- We have a social media plan that we evaluate periodically
- We have a well-articulated strategy which is aligned with our core business objectives and fully integrated into our workflow
If you feel you need outside support after conducting your assessment, we recommend the firms that have written the below mentioned whitepapers. Not having a paper selected does NOT mean that a firm does not give good advice.
|Emerging Risks Quandary - 2016 web.pdf
|Case Study - Champion_2.pdf
- Respondent profiles for a helicopter view of your audience.
- A maturity model with which algorithms calculate a six times smarter improvement target (compared to when you leave that to a human).
- Improvement suggestions (per question) how to move from one answer to another
- Suggested follow-on projects. After all, moving your organization from A to B might require more than just doing an assessment.