No-fuss perspectives: Social Media @ Work

Pull up a chair and make yourself comfortable. Block out 15 minutes of your time to watch a story, a corporate video with a difference. Watch it full screen in high definition and turn up the sound a little.

Ready? Then let’s begin.

(If you don’t see the video embedded above, watch it at Vimeo.)

This is a video that portrays the experiences and views of some opinion leaders who present credible perspectives on social media in the workplace – why it matters and what it means to the contemporary organization.

There is disconnect between how immersed and digitally connected employees are outside of the workplace, and how their internal communications are being delivered. On the ground, employees are still posting printed communications on the water cooler when they can be engaged, led and informed via the latest digital channels.

This isn’t a video that will try to convince you of something other than some believable thinking and points of view. I believe that’s one of the powerful strengths of the overall story and the ten people telling it, and why it’s worth 15 minutes of your time.

Here’s who you’ll hear from when you watch:

If you like what you see – and even if you’re not sure – you’re welcome to share or download the video under the terms of the Creative Commons copyright license assigned to it by the makers. Especially take it to the C-suite.

Social Media @ Work was produced by Red Sky Vision and Able and How. If you tweet about it,  be part of the conversation by including the hashtag: #worksm.

If you’d care to share your thoughts here, please leave a comment. Thanks.

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Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

  1. Al Pittampalli

    Great, video. Thanks for pointing to it. It’s funny, how internal communication in organizations hasn’t advanced at all in the way as it has outside of organizations. It’s clear there is a revolution ahead, and the question is which organizations will have the courage to lead, and which ones will lag behind. Fascinating to watch.

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