In this final post in my series on building a successful enterprise social network (ESN), I draw on my learning background and goal orientation. So here is tip #12:
Never be satisfied – keep growing.
This is true in a variety of areas for someone who has responsibility for a company’s ESN.
First, let’s consider the area of technology.… Read more »
I suspect this 11th tip in my 12-part series on building a successful enterprise social network (ESN) is talked about more often than it is actually done – at least in a meaningful way. Tip #11 is:
Set goals and track progress.
That sounds simple enough, but determining which goals to set may not be as easy as it sounds. Tracking the accomplishment of the goals may not be easy, either, depending on what the goals are and how well they were written in the first place.… Read more »
After sharing nine previous tips on building a successful enterprise social network (ESN), we come to a subject that has been near and dear to my heart for decades – training and learning. I was a professional educator/trainer for over 30 years before switching gears in 2009 to a different path. I am, therefore, very confident and experienced in the subject matter of this post.
For the first nine ESN tips, see my previous blog posts. For now, let’s concentrate on tip #10:… Read more »
It’s time for tip #9 in my 12-part series on my best advice for building a successful enterprise social network (ESN). This one is related to tip #8 which is “Integrate your ESN where people do their work.” However, that tip focused on the applications and workflow to which people are accustomed. This tip is more about a combo of the behind-the-scenes ease of access as well as the mobility of it. Here is tip #9:… Read more »
This is part 8 of a 12-part series on tips for building a successful enterprise social network (ESN) for your business.
Tip #8 is an extremely important one if your ESN is to really make a difference in how your company gets work done. Here’s the tip:
Integrate your ESN where people do their work.
There are two aspects of this integration to consider:… Read more »