Only half (52%) of companies say that their executives are informed, engaged, and aligned with the enterprise social strategy
Companies are committing more headcount to social media across all sizes of organizations. The biggest jump is for companies with more than 100,000 employees, which now report an average of 49 full-time employees supporting social media, compared to 20 in 2010.
Physical and digital worlds are converging. As a result consumers expect uniform service whether they are in the physical world or if they are in the digital world.
Hierarchies should be seen as temporary, negotiated agreements to get work done
Segmenting the talent pool and differentiating the offer for different groups of employees should be part of a comprehensive talent management approach that can have real impact on performance.
European cloud is not just about infrastructure: it is about a strong and consistent European framework.
one of the most exciting changes for the next decade is going to be the integration of talent management into existing business systems. Companies and suppliers increasingly understand that the best places to manage performance, learn or recognise other people’s contributions are those in which business is being done.
Study success. If an activity is not universally producing successful results, it may be that there are some pockets of successful implementation. If so, become very curious about what is contributing to effectiveness.