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Tag Archives: social media
Does Yammer and social media lead to improved FOIA response rates?
Posted on September 26, 2011 by lawrence serewicz
Does Yammer or any social media platform create better internal communications? If it does, then does that lead to better performance? Are companies that use social media platforms able to share critical upwards communication? For public sector organisations, does internal … Continue reading →
Posted in information management, knowledge worker, local government | Tagged critical upwards communication, FOIA, social media, transparency, yammer | 2 Comments
Productivity seminars: social media efficiency gains?
Posted on August 19, 2011 by lawrence serewicz
We all face situations where we do not get the most out of our IT equipment. Staff who are unaware of a machine’s full options may end up using powerful PCs as typewriters. How do you make sure you, your … Continue reading →
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged knowledge, knox report, local government, management, productivity, social media | 2 Comments