(PRWEB) June 17, 2013
CMSWire.com, a web magazine focused on customer experience management, social business and document management, is holding a Twitter-based gathering, known as a “Tweet Jam,” to discuss how far the social enterprise has come and what next steps will be.
The social enterprise is no longer an emergent trend or industry. Companies that invested in social technologies are now left wondering, what’s next? Is social merely the adoption of social collaboration tools or does it require full scale rethinking of how business is done?
Join in on June 20th at 10 am PDT / 1 pm EDT / 1700 GMT as CMSWire and the broader CMSWire community spend an hour discussing what comes next for the social enterprise.
These questions will shape the discussion:
1. What 3 key elements define the social enterprise?
2. Is it important to distinguish between internal social practices & external marketing or customer related social or are they one & the same?
3. What are the key challenges still blocking adoption of social in the enterprise?
4. What role does IT play in the social enterprise?
5. Wide vs. Narrow focus — how should social tools be deployed and why?
6. Do any elements of 20th century business work in the social enterprise and if so, which?
7. What three words should be banned from the social enterprise conversation?
8. What is the vision for the future of the social enterprise?
To help answer these questions, CMSWire has assembled a great group of industry experts to share sights and field experiences, including:
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:
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.