Business, Social Innovation, and Public Policy - #SMWBBG
Bringing stakeholders in government together for civic innovation. 22 February 2013, Bloomberg Tower
- Social media is bringing businesses, government, and their stakeholders closer together. At this business-people-government nexus, what are the possibilities for social change through social media? While one should not expect an exhaustive deep-dive over the course of this midday panel session, the ideas presented should inspire further brainstorming and action.
- — Kayla Epstein (@KaylaEpstein)Fri, Feb 22 2013 08:28:20
- Kicking-off with introductions from the panellists on how they view digital social media and its role as an enabler of change.
- — Mike Varallo (@mikeeev)Fri, Feb 22 2013 09:21:22
- For the general public, the State of the Union Address has become the most visible example of how social media connects with public policy.
- — The Future Forum (@TheFutureForum)Fri, Feb 22 2013 09:16:11
- 'Social media' tends to connote 'communications'; 'social business' means going beyond that function and creating a connected/un-siloed organization.
- — Yangbo Du (@mitgc_cm)Fri, Feb 22 2013 09:17:06
- — Yangbo Du (@mitgc_cm)Fri, Feb 22 2013 09:19:33
- Here is an example of Microsoft's effort to engage a broader audience.
- — Andrea B. (@dreabonilla05)Fri, Feb 22 2013 09:22:43
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