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The Social Workplace: Using Social Networks to Boost Learning, Collaboration, and Success

Source: Plateau Systems
Some of the best experts in the business are your long-time employees, top performers, and innovators. Unlock their expertise and the impact could be dramatic. That’s why so many organizations are learning how to use social media tools to create a workforce supported by networking and collaboration. The challenge is to translate the concept of leveraging in-house talent into real-world practices and systems. Find out how.


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