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  • Tech Trends 2014: Social activation
    The power of social activation is unleashed when others advocate an organization’s message in their own words to their network.
  • From invisible to visible to measurable
    Social media can help companies open communication channels up, down, and across the enterprise to gain data-driven insights and improve business outcomes.
  • Driving social business transformation
    Redesigning business processes in ways that harness the power of social tools requires the leadership and technological expertise that CIOs are especially qualified to provide. Read the CIO Journal article from The Wall Street Journal.
  • Social business: Taming compliance risks
    Without an eye toward compliance and governance risk, the social tools that CFOs see as fundamentally changing their business, could in fact harm it.
  • We’re #branchingout!
    Big news…Banyan Branch, a cutting-edge social media and digital agency, officially joins Deloitte Digital.
  • Power Play: The Social Spark
    In this Power Play, Deloitte provides a Digital Enterprise perspective on “Reengineering business intelligence” from Deloitte’s Business Trends 2013.
  • Mixing a tall postdigital cocktail
    The CIO of a global purveyor of wine and spirits deploys a potent mix of technologies to engage customers and transform internal collaboration.
  • Social business report: Shifting out of first gear
    Explore the findings of the second annual global study, conducted in collaboration with MIT Sloan Management Review, to gain fresh insight into the social business landscape today and discover how some businesses are reaping value.
  • Social business: What it can mean for HR
    Three-quarters of the HR professionals surveyed in our recent study with MIT Sloan Management Review believe social business can “fundamentally change the way we work.” But only 14% of those same HR respondents are using social business to a great extent in their HR functions. Explore the possibilities in this HR Times blog post.
  • Four ways social data can generate business value
    John Hagel and Sarah Kennedy Ellis explain how companies can generate business value from social data.
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