A presentation I did on behalf of Salesforce.com for their Cloud Executive Series. It covers four immutable trends of clomosoda:cloud mobile social and data. The underlying message that the pace of change is increasing and Institutions are not keeping pace with customers and employees. It also covers opportunities with crowds and development communities with a number of real life examples. It includes results from a recent survey of HR people across Australian organisations to highlight the current attitudes to Social Media and seeks to break the myth that Social reduces productivity when the reality is that it can significantly increase it.
<ul><li> 1. Innovation in a Hyper Connected World @rexster @c4edge #salesforceDeloitte Centre for the Edge | April 2013 </li> <li> 2. Clomosoda The immutable trends Cloud Mobile Social Data </li> <li> 3. Exploring the Edgehttp://www.deloitte.com/view/en_US/us/Insights/centers/centers-center-for-edge/index.htm </li> <li> 4. Do you need Institutional Innovation to keep up withthe pace of change?http://techonomy.com/2013/03/whats-next-in-the-techonomy/ </li> <li> 5. Are you absorbing technology as fast as customers andemployees?http://www.deloittedigital.com.au//blog/are-you-a-sponge-or-a-brick </li> <li> 6. Technology is a utility think taps not wells! </li> <li> 7. The World is re-platforming to mobile Aussies are leading the wayhttp://www.ourmobileplanet.com/ </li> <li> 8. We are massive on Social as wellhttp://digiocial.com/2012/06/state-of-australian-social-media-2012-infographic/ </li> <li> 9. Leveraging Socialhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BOKmUDBTR8 </li> <li> 10. Leverage the Crowd Social Supporthttp://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/ </li> <li> 11. Crowdfunding and Demand Sensinghttp://www.kickstarter.com/projects/limemouse/lifx-the-light-bulb-reinvented?ref=live </li> <li> 12. Be porous and build communityhttps://appexchange.salesforce.com/results?keywords=gamification </li> <li> 13. If a bank can do it so can youhttp://www.commbank.com.au/business/pi.html </li> <li> 14. Organisational Views of Social Media We surveyed 500 people in HR in Australian Organisations Embrace or Ban 51% of respondents organisations allow access to social media sites for personal use but dont encourage it. 38% ban use of social media sites for personal use. 51% of respondents organisations use social media sites for work activities. Those who ban do so due to: Productivity concerns 73% Risk management 59% 82% believe these concerns maybe or are justified. 67% believe employees continue to use social media for personal use despite it being banned. </li> <li> 15. The Big Call Break the productivity myth Organisations who use social media effectively internally can achieve Higher Revenue Growth Higher Profitability Higher Staff Engagement Lower Staff Turnover </li> <li> 16. A byproduct of the massive spending on technology to automate formalprocesses is that work today focuses on exception handlingException handling: The time employees spend addressing non-routine tasks that fall outside the boundaries ofnormal business processes Traditional Business Process Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 3 Relationship-based exception handling Millions of exceptions proliferate within enterprises and technology is not being implemented effectively to support employees handling exceptions </li> <li> 17. Social software tools can support exception handling to increase employeeproductivity Social Software Opportunity Social Software Tools Potential Productivity Potential Gains Learning Gains </li> <li> 18. Key questions How do your clients connect? 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