Monthly Archives: October 2011

Running a Conference with Social Media’s Help

To promote and plan a conference, such as 34th International Geological Congress, usually takes a lot of time and cost a huge amount of money. In order to save time and money, several web 2.0 tools, especially social networking ones, could be useful and helpful for an organisation to conduct a successful conference.

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Building Officeworks’ Organizational Resources via Social Network

After introducing how blogs and wikis help organisations succeed in their business, social networking also plays an essential role in enterprise 2.0. While social network tools, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr and Youtube, become significantly popular, the power of social network on the internet has been increasing rapidly in business world. As Officeworks has built its Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn could be another useful and powerful web 2.0 tool for this company to practice one of most important the social network strategies- building organizational resources.

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Bottom-up Management – A Wiki Stretagy for Officeworks

While establishing blogs could help Officeworks to enhance its branding, enhance corporate culture and build relationships, wiki is another useful Web 2.0 tool which will suit this company. Being a platform for collaborative intelligence, wiki can be used internally for project management, tech support, research and development, event planning and reference material in Officeworks.

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