- The questions for this chat:
1. Do you have a water cooler in your ESN and, if so, what is the perception of it?
2. What are the risks of having an open forum in your ESN where anyone can talk about anything?
3. What data and insights can a water cooler provide about your employee population?
4. What strategic benefits can an active water cooler provide?
5. How do you convince resistant executives to give it a try?
- — Dennis Pearce (@Dennis_Pearce)Thu, Dec 15 2016 19:02:05Dennis Pearce here, Knowledge Architect at Lexmark. Battling a cold - luckily for all of you this is a text-only medium. #esnchat
- — Jennifer Honig (@jhonig1)Thu, Dec 15 2016 19:02:56Hi Jennifer Honig, Techstra Solutions, Pittsburgh but Chatting from NYC today - and one of your co-hosts. Glad to be here! #esnchat
- — Rita Zonius (@RitaZonius)Thu, Dec 15 2016 19:04:18Hi all, Rita here from Australia and New Zealand Banking Group in Melbourne. No white Christmas for us, getting warmer by the day. #esnchat
- — Chris Catania (@chriscatania)Thu, Dec 15 2016 19:04:57
Analyzing Your Water Cooler with Guest Dennis Pearce - Dec. 15, 2016
A virtual water can play an important part in your business. Our discussion today was around the opportunities and challenges presented by such water coolers on enterprise social networks. Dennis Pearce was our special guest since he has spoken and written on this topic recently.
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