Archive for Facebook at Work

Can Twitter Help You Make Smarter Supply Chain Decisions?

For years, I’ve been telling supply chain executives to think beyond Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter when thinking about the role of social networking in supply chain management. My main message: Think of social networking as another set of communication and collaboration tools, which include discussion forums (think LinkedIn groups), document sharing (think Dropbox), video conferencing […]

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Facebook for Supply Chain Communication and Collaboration?

“Communicate, Collaborate, Innovate” — I’ve been using that line as the subtitle of my keynote presentations this year. My first question to the audience: Why communicate, collaborate, and innovate in that order? Why not innovate first? The short answer is that communication and collaboration — especially, and most importantly, between people — is the foundation […]

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