When used optimally, social media should overlap with every viable company initiative and every willing individual. If we eliminate one of these factors, it would be like putting a puzzle together with a piece missing – we won’t have the full picture.





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Written by tiroberts
439 days ago

You offered some really neat and unique insights here. Thanks for sharing!



Written by lyceum
440 days ago

Rachel: Great to hear! I look forward to it! :)



Written by lyceum
440 days ago

Rachel: You are right about that. I saw the challenges as an employee (purchaser and cost analysts) and I specialized in organizational leadership in my business administration studies at Southern New Hampshire University.

Have you seen organization that have managed to integrate all facets, so it sparkles like a real diamond? ;)

All the Best,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
440 days ago

I have one in the works! Stay tuned!



Written by lyceum
440 days ago

Rachel: I think that the matter of eliminate silos is of crucial importance for an organization. You often stumble upon friction between different departments and if you don't have an integrated communication throughout the organization, you will end up with problems.



Written by centralpawebster
440 days ago

True words! Organizations that value social media learn to integrate it among all facets!



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