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It was a great discussion of the following topics: Internal Change Management Supplier Adoption Dynamic Discounting and Card The first discussion dealt with training and encouraging employees to use InvoiceWorks . Most of the comments dealt with using executive management mandates, newsletters and mass emails, and training sessions
Carah Koch, Manager, Document Management, Metropolitan Council, has worked with local government entities for over 15 years in a variety of positions, including as an elected official
For me, the answer is changing the directional flow of communication...How to change that?
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SharePoint Alerts SharePoint has a pretty robust Alerting mechanism built in that allows a person to be notified when content is changed by them or someone else
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Is it possible that IT departments can change permissions settings for employees on tools like Facebook to establish an alternative environment for work?
This post originally appeared on my blog, "Social Media Strategery." "Even with the sacred printing press, we got erotic novels 150 years before we got scientific journals." - Clay Shirky at TED Cannes in June 2010 This is one of my favorite quotes...
Trick question – all posts have to be approved by management and that never would have made it through The administrators delete the post and send a note to the employee's manager Other employees leave comments recommending that the post may be unprofessional and warrant some editing The senior leader in question posts a comment himself thanking the employee for his feedback and explaining the rationale behind the decision You create a wiki page for your team containing the text of a report you're working on
The United States Intelligence Community (IC) has made tremendous strides over the last several years with the introduction of a wide range of social software tools such as wikis, blogs, user tagging services, and social networking services for knowledge management and information sharing