Lessons from Social Media Meet-Up, Part II – Leaps of Faith
I had the pleasure of going to the Social Media Meet-Up this week. This is my second post covering the event.
Jim Lavoie, Chief Executive Officer, RiteâSolutions
Philâs note: I had a bit of a problem with some of the sentiments expressed, as youâll see below.
- Key in a knowledge economy: solving relationship puzzle
- We live in a social world, expect when we conduct business.
- In military model, hierarchy reigned supreme.
- Change from command and control; less about âdo what I sayâ and more about âwhat should we do.â
- Organizations need to do more than provide a paycheck; employees need to feel a sense of purpose.
- Old management tips (read: treating people decently) is still key.
- Five new competencies: honesty, parity, âhumbitionâ, transparency, appreciate the power of relevance
- survival, safety and security, socially suited, suitable stroked, relevant
- Younger folks want to be relevant even if they donât know the problem.
- Is technology helping us or getting away? Technology is an enabler but too much is a…
Phil Simon is a recognized technology authority. He is the award-winning author of eight management books, most recentlyAnalytics: The Agile Way. He <consults organizations on matters related to communications, strategy, data, and technology. His contributions have been featured on The Harvard Business Review, CNN, The New York Times, Fox News, and many other sites. In the fall of 2016, he joined the faculty at Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business.
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