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5 Ways CIOs Can Show Social Business Mettle
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KMBurnham
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8/12/2013 | 7:22:11 PM
re: 5 Ways CIOs Can Show Social Business Mettle
Leading by example is extremely important -- workforces take a cue from leadership. If CXOs aren't using the technologies themselves, employees won't feel compelled to adopt. If CXOs are actively and visibly using the tools and promoting the value, it's more likely to catch on.
Deb Donston-Miller
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8/8/2013 | 7:05:01 PM
re: 5 Ways CIOs Can Show Social Business Mettle
Thanks, David. Participation by high-level IT people in the company will certainly send the message that social collaboration isn't a nice-to-have but a must-do.

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
David F. Carr
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8/8/2013 | 3:03:40 PM
re: 5 Ways CIOs Can Show Social Business Mettle
Active and effective use of the company's own social collaboration tools is very important - leading by example


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