In the professional services industry, expertise is one of your most valuable resources. Yet it's often fragmented and distributed haphazardly around your whole organization. And, since it's impractical to have all your employees working on one client all the time, your company's ability to grow depends on making expertise available to more clients more often by tapping into the collective knowledge of the organization.
In these slides, airline Cathay Pacific shows why they started using an enterprise social network.
Slide show featuring CGI discussing the challenges they face and how their workforce is battling back with enterprise social networking.
Tieto — the largest Nordic IT-services company — went looking for ways to connect its global workforce, systems and partners, while eliminating communication silos. Tieto sought to increase knowledge-sharing among its 16,000 employees and increase productivity by five percent. In this webinar, you'll learn why Tieto decided to deploy tibbr as an enterprise social layer, what challenges they faced during the roll-out, and the excellent results they achieved. Presented by Ilkka Malva, Community Manager, Tieto CIO Office.
Explore the 5 Enterprise Social Networking Solutions in detail: group collaboration, connected enterprise, collective intelligence, operational execution, and external communities.
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Enterprise social networking is a garden. Discover how to harvest all the benefits of enterprise social with tibbr!
Discover how tibbr + Teamly are making performance reviews ongoing and more social.
In an effort to operate more efficiently, communicate more effectively and drive more revenue, businesses are turning to enterprise social networks with plans to integrate social with key business processes. Just how many businesses are planning to leverage social platforms and what are the key benefits of doing so? AIIM conducted a research study to find answers to these questions and more. Check out the slides.
KPMG helps organizations negotiate risks and perform in the dynamic and challenging environments in which they do business. Preparing to on-board 100,000 new employees over the next five years across 140 countries, the company needed a way that next-generation hires could quickly understand their clients' business and deliver elite expertise. In this keynote, Mr. Robinson takes you through their social computing journey and shares the positive cultural and productivity changes they expect to see with their entire global workforce working in a collaboration- and contextually-rich environment.