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How can a business, large or small, make the transition to being more social?
In order to be a successful social business, an organization must promote a business culture of transparency and trust. It must work to encourage a culture of sharing, which ultimately helps employees collaborate and find and share information faster.
Success requires promoting a work environment that thrives on sharing information. Consider instituting guidelines for business social networking which showcases the organization's interest and dedication to social collaborating.
Do you have any closing suggestions for enterprises making the leap to become more social?
Social business is a strategic approach to shaping a business culture, highly dependent upon transparency and trust from executive leadership.
The corporate strategy for being a successful social business has to include business process design, risk management, leadership development, financial controls, and the use of business analytics to assess effectiveness.
A key part of the solution is ensuring your business leaders are engaged and on board from the beginning. Social business success needs to be considered as a strategic imperative to really transform an organization.