Organizations must create a collective mindshare of their employees and other stakeholders to compete effectively. This webinar will give you examples of how to do that.”
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
Socialtext, a leading enterprise social software provider, will present a free webinar on how social software innovation is pushing the boundaries of knowledge management and moving organizations into the era of Social Knowledge Exchange.
Kate Leggett, Forrester’s leading expert analyst on knowledge management will lead the conversation and provide industry trends and insights on the future of the Social Knowledge Exchange. Sarah Nichols, Director of Knowledge Management for Climateworks, a foundation dedicated to supporting public policies that prevent dangerous climate change, will describe how Climateworks uses its social intranet to:
- Create a central services portal that connects its global network of non-profits
- Connect systems of record to systems of engagement
- Develop innovative UX search and content discovery mechanisms
- Apply best practices to increase intranet adoption and usage.
This webinar: “Moving Beyond the Knowledge Base to the Social Knowledge Exchange” will take place on Wednesday, August 29 at 10 a.m. PDT and 1pm EDT.
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“Historically, information has been shared through a system of content management systems and static documents, often via email”, says Sandra Ponce de Leon, Director of Marketing at Socialtext, “but in today’s socially connected world, organizations must create a collective mindshare of their employees and other stakeholders to compete effectively. This webinar will help you understand what that means and give you examples of how to do that.”
Established in 2002, Socialtext, a Bedford Funding portfolio company, was the first company to deliver social software to businesses. Socialtext's enterprise social networking products -- including microblogging, blogs, wikis, profiles and social spreadsheets -- provide simpler ways for employees to share vital information and work together in real-time. More than 6,500 businesses worldwide have accelerated their business performance with Socialtext, including Getty Images, Symantec, Meredith Corporation, NYU Stern, OSIsoft, and Epitaph Records.
Visit http://www.Socialtext.com to learn more about how we can help transform your business with enterprise social software.