Case Study on Data Communication and Networking
Case Study 3: Is Social Business working out?
Case Study 3: Is Social Business working out? Q1: Identify the management, organization, and technology factors responsible for impeding adoption of internal corporate social networks. Management : No matter young or old employees, who were collaborating and doing business in more traditional settings normally need an incentive to use social software. However, majority of the companies are not providing incentives to the employees, there are only 22 percent of the users of the social software believe the technology is useful and necessary to their job. Organization : Those companies that have tried to set up the internal social network have found out that the employees who are used to do business in a certain way and overcoming the organizational inertia can prove difficult. Technology : To increase the motivation to adopt the social networking technologies, ease of use and increased job efficiency are more important compared to peer pressure.
Social Networks: Analysis and Case Studies
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