(PRWEB) September 23, 2013
CMSWire.com, a web magazine focused on customer experience management, social business and document management, is holding a Tweet Jam to discuss the impact of information overload on knowledge workers.
Join in on September 26th at 10 am PDT / 1 pm EDT / 1700 GMT as CMSWire, the broader CMSWire community and sponsor, Bloomfire, spend an hour looking at the impact of information overload on knowledge workers, if email is living up to the job of content collaboration or not, and the overall theme of “Information Overload is Killing Productivity - The Future of Social Tools & Processes.”
These questions will shape the discussion:
1. How do you primarily receive/consume the information that you need to do your job (e.g., web, intranet, email, social channels, etc.)?
2. Is information overload/scatter/silo'ing causing you to miss out on key task related information? 3. How bad is this problem in your workplace?
4. How much time do you spend in email each day? And considering this, how do you feel about email-based information findability?
5. What tools or practices do you use to help you prioritize important content you need to read?
6. What are your top 3 dislikes of email as a content/information sharing tool?
7. Tell us why or why not you think social business software will kill email or at least make it a much less prevalent tool.
To help answer these questions, CMSWire has assembled a panel of industry experts to share insights and field experiences.
> Alan Lepofsky, VP & Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, @alanlepo
> Tom Petrocelli, Research Director, Enterprise Social at Neuralytix, Inc., @tompetrocelli
> Bill Cushard, Training Lead at ServiceRocket, @billcush
> Jodi Bart Holzband, Director of Communications at Bloomfire, @tastytouring
All experience levels are welcome to join in, just tweet all questions and/or responses throughout the Tweet Jam. By using the #SocBizChat hashtag, messages will automatically become part of the discussion.
Tweet Jam Participation Guidance
Twitter is a highly flexible medium. In order to keep the discussion useful to all, participants should follow the following guidelines:
> Introduce themselves with their first #SocBizChat tweet. Include name, job title and organization.
> Subsequent tweets must start with the question number being responded to and the #SocBizChat hashtag. For example, "@bigbird Q5 We very much believe collaboration drives business value #SocBizChat ".
> Please don't pitch products or services; stay knowledge focused.
> Keep the discussion professional, but informal.
> Remember that this is a public chat -- be thoughtful.
The CMSWire.com web magazine, published by Simpler Media Group, Inc., focuses on customer experience management, social business and information management practices and tools. The publication was founded in 2003 and currently has more than 300,000 monthly readers.