Posts Tagged: social network

Enterprise 2.0 and communities of practice

“First, just get people comfortable connecting, sharing, helping one another, seeking one another out to exchange value… If the culture is one of sharing and the social networking tools are present in the same space as the tools people use for their practice work, communities of practice can emerge. Letting people connect first around interests… Read more »

Communities of practice and social networks in the enterprise

An increasing number of organizations are informally experimenting with and benefiting from the use of social networks and Web 2.0 tools for business purposes, a new study has found. Conducted jointly by Washington-based think tank Human Capital Institute and talent-management software provider Cornerstone OnDemand, based in Santa Monica, Calif., the study found that more than… Read more »