Human Resources is coming into its own as being a change agent within companies. Setting standards, providing efficiencies, changing culture, and being a leader within the organization requires new, cutting technology. But what, when, where and how can be a daunting task for any HR leader. And as technological capabilities open up the borders of our companies to interact globally, one of the critical questions facing HR is the use of Social Media and Collaboration. Social Media continues to grab the headlines in the Recruiting arena through connections like FaceBook and LinkedIn, but it may offer substantially better returns in other areas of Human Resources.
What do we use, how do we communicate the change, what objectives might we have in place to measure success, what are the considerations, how are others using the software, are there any concerns?
In this session, we will examine the strategic and tactical questions that should be addressed prior to committing to social media initiatives. From that foundation, we will examine the strategic advantages social media may offer, review the potential areas of concern, discuss a structured approach to considering launching a social media initiative in your company , and we will explore the anecdotal benefits that accompany the use of social media and the technologies supporting this new communication device. .
Join your peers for an interactive session to learn how your company can leverage this “technology buzz word” and make inroads on instituting a new and dynamic culture and technology to support the business.
Who Should Participate
VP HR, HRIT, IT, CIO
What You Will Learn
Please join us as these are the items that we will be covering.
Strategic questions surrounding the launch of a social media technology
Technical and HR considerations of launching a social media platform
Risk and change management for a successful social media initiative
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