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Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead, by Charlene Li

Be Open, Be Transparent, Be Authentic” are the current leadership mantras – but companies often push back. Traditionally business is premised on the concept of control and yet the new world order demands buy twitter retweets cheap openness.In Open Leadership, Charlene Li (the coauthor of blockbusting bestseller Groundswell) offers the next step resource that shows leaders how to tap into the power of the social technology revolution and use social media to be “open” while maintaining control. This important book explains how Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Yammer, Jive and other popular social media sites can improve efficiency, communication, and decision-making for leaders and their organizations.As Li explains, openness requires more — not less — rigor and effort than being in control. Open Leadership reveals step-by-step, with illustrative case studies and examples from a wide-range of industries and countries, how to bring the precision of this new openness to both inside and outside the organization. The author includes suggestions that will help an organization determine an open strategy, weigh the benefits against the risk, and have a clear understanding of the implications of being open. The book also contains guidelines, policies, and procedures that successful companies have implemented to manage openness and ensure that business objectives are at the center of their openness strategy.By embracing social media, leaders can transform their organizations to become more effective, decisive, and ultimately more profitable in this new era of openness in the marketplace.

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Social Technology and HR in 2015

he modern employee has come to expect the levels of freedom afforded by technology in every aspects of their lives – whether this be, in their leisure time, reviewing a hotel online, or, in working hours, setting buy twitter retweets their own goals, having access to educational content and internal documents, and monitoring their own attendance.In fact a recent MIT Sloan report indicates that 57% of workers now consider “social business sophistication” to be a crucial factor when choosing an employer. And surprisingly this figure comes from employees aged 22-52 – proof that all members of the workforce, not just Millennials, are beginning to place value on workplace technology.(Interestingly the fastest growing demographic on both Google+ and Facebook is the 45-54 bracket, a fact that further supports the idea that the older generation is becoming more and more computer literate and appreciative of the most up-to-date social media tools.)Tickets created a new expectation of social behavior and Klick had laid the foundation for the culture we enjoy today. Although they were an excellent start, there are many situations in which technology cannot replace some good face-to-face or phone time. Recognizing the need to facilitate social connectivity both inside and outside of our electronic environment, we developed a set of tools aimed at making it easier to collaborate in-person and on the phone.

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Law Firms and Social Technology: Ineffective and Slow Paced

Above the Law and Good2BSocial recently conducted a study of law firms, mainly large ones, to determine how effective the law firms' use of social media is. The findings? Not so rosy, reports CMS Wire.The methodology how to get more twitter retweets was simple: assign points to each firm based on the firms' social media reach and engagement. As a starting point, the 50 largest U.S. law firms, as identified by The American Lawyer, were surveyed, as well as readers of Above the Law.The study resulted in 10 findings that could be summarized in three categories: (1) large firms; (2) small firms; and (3) suggestions for making social media use more effective.Though a majority of law firms use social media, and even create substantive content and are committing resources to updating content frequently, there is a very low social engagement. The Social Law Firm white paper notes that law firms "are doing little or nothing to make content appealing, usable and shareable in the social media platform," and points to a trend of law firms using non-editable .pdf formats which are not great for sharing.With so much to gain by investing in social media, it seems big firms have a lot to learn from small firms. That is, large firms should take a cue from small firms and encourage their attorneys to participate in social media, and train them appropriately. Large firms should also get the most bang for their buck and make the substantive content they create more shareable.

Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead, by Charlene Li

Be Open, Be Transparent, Be Authentic” are the current leadership mantras – but companies often push back. Traditionally business is premised on the concept of control and yet the new world order demands buy twitter retweets cheap openness.In Open Leadership, Charlene Li (the coauthor of blockbusting bestseller Groundswell) offers the next step resource that shows leaders how to tap into the power of the social technology revolution and use social media to be “open” while maintaining control. This important book explains how Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Yammer, Jive and other popular social media sites can improve efficiency, communication, and decision-making for leaders and their organizations.As Li explains, openness requires more — not less — rigor and effort than being in control. Open Leadership reveals step-by-step, with illustrative case studies and examples from a wide-range of industries and countries, how to bring the precision of this new openness to both inside and outside the organization. The author includes suggestions that will help an organization determine an open strategy, weigh the benefits against the risk, and have a clear understanding of the implications of being open. The book also contains guidelines, policies, and procedures that successful companies have implemented to manage openness and ensure that business objectives are at the center of their openness strategy.By embracing social media, leaders can transform their organizations to become more effective, decisive, and ultimately more profitable in this new era of openness in the marketplace.