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Social Business Innovation Hub: What Enterprises Are Really Thinking – And Doing

Achieving results from social business has been elusive for many organizations, as it may require them to orchestrate people, ideas and information flow in new ways. How is it leading organizations to rethink their fundamental approach to the market?

On a Technology Executives Dbriefs webcast, Social Business Innovation Hub: What enterprises are really thinking – and doing, held on June 7, 2012, Deloitte Consulting LLP principal Doug Palmer and Deloitte Services LP senior manager Anh Phillips were joined by MIT Sloan Management Review’s Executive Editor of Innovation Hubs, David Kiron. They discussed:

  • Complexities organizations face in crafting and implementing social business strategies
  • How social business can create value in different types of enterprises
  • Investments that organizations are making today to leverage the power of social business

Watch the the Dbriefs webcast replay to hear results of a year-long Deloitte LLP and MIT Sloan Management Review study and gain fresh insights into leading social business practices.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

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