Enterprise Social Networking and Organizational Culture (Part 3 of 3)

Welcome back to Prettyeveel’s adventure and my exploration of Enterprise Social Networking and Organizational Culture. This is my last series of posts on this topic, and i’ve split my vlog into 2 separate posts.

The first post explores the experience of a company, that shall not be named, with an ESN platform that they designed and purpose built for their organization. They have experienced mixed results. Find out exactly what they learnt from their experience.

The second post focuses on 4 tips on implementing ESN in your organization.

I hope you find these posts helpful. I look forward to hearing from you and continuing our journey of learning together. =)

 

Wanderer’s Blog about Mobile ESN: http://sites.northwestern.edu/mfox/author/mwf181/

 

Enterprise Social Networking and Organizational Culture (Part 2 of 3)

Check out my 2nd of 3 vlogs on Enterprise Social Networking and Organizational Culture. If you missed the part 1, you can watch it here.

References:

https://www.td.org/Publications/Magazines/TD/TD-Archive/2012/09/TELUS-Reveals-Its-Secret-to-Success

https://customers.microsoft.com/Pages/CustomerStory.aspx?recid=8749

https://hbr.org/2015/04/why-no-one-uses-the-corporate-social-network

Building Corporate Culture with Social Learning in 5 Moments of Need

The ice-cream story

I’ll be posting my second vlog on Enterprise Social Networking and Organizational culture next week. Meanwhile, I thought you’d enjoy a “cartoon-strip” about ESN. I was inspired by a fabulous post  on the blog – This Much We Know. It’s the ice-cream story.  Enjoy!

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It was a Friday afternoon. Danny, Senior manager HR, went to the office pantry.
He realized that there was a lot of left-over ice-cream from a previous
office event.

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Danny went back to his cubicle and quickly opened up ToyBook-
the company’s Enterprise Social Networking Platform.

 


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And all the way in accounting….
In another building…
in a distant part of the toy kingdom…


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Soon, it was 2pm

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Other toys saw that Leonardo was having a great time.

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They didn’t think he deserved all that ice-cream to himself so they decided to stop by at the pantry too.
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Many toys from different parts of the company turned up and they had a great time enjoying the ice-cream.

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Danny was very excited when he saw his colleagues post about the fabulous time that they had together !Slide14

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So THIS…is the promise of ESN. Connection and the promise of collaboration regardless of distance and time. But does it actually pan out this way for organizations that have adopted ESN? Look forward to my next post! I’ll be sharing exploring examples from Tesla, Red Robin and an organization that shall not be named!

Stay tuned and have a fab weekend!

Acknowledgements:

Many thanks to the blog This Much We Know for inspiring this. Do check out that blog for some great insights into personal branding, the social enterprise, the future of work, the power of curiosity and other things.

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My boys for sharing their toys with me. This would not have been possible without their generosity.