Almost every organization has to have a social media strategy. Here’s two experts whose tweets on the topic are informative

In a span of less than a decade social media has morphed for largely a consumer space playground to a business world battleground. More and more enterprise organizations are feeling the pressure to incorporate social media strategies, and applications into their business processes and corporate culture in order to improve workplace communication, collaboration, workforce retention, succession planning
In this installment of #FollowFriday we present two social media experts worth checking out on Twitter. And in case you’re not on Twitter, #FollowFriday, or #FF, is a Friday standby where Twitter users recommend a list of accounts to others. For example, you might tweet, “#FF @itworldca @itbusinessca @compdealernews” to encourage your followers to follow these accounts, especially if you see value in their tweets.

        • Andrew Grill, global social business partner at IBM, founder of the social business site LondonCalling.com and former CEO of social influence platform Kred

Andrew is passionate about explaining to leaders of large companies how digital disruption is transforming current thinking and strategies. “In order to get digital, you need to be digital,” according to Andrew.

 

 

 

  • Pam Moore, is a social media speaker, consultant and coach. She is the CEO social business and marketing services firm, Marketing Nutz

 

In a world where suddenly anyone has the potential of being the media, Pam believes it’s more important than ever to learn how the avoid getting one’s voice drowned out by the noise.

 

 

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