Everyone is talking about social media, social networks, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter but not many people are discussing how to be a socially designed business.
A social business is one where we use the opportunities presented by new technologies to deliver business value – to reduce costs, increase effectiveness or mitigate risks.
Come along to this presentation to discuss a new perspective on being a socially designed business:
  • Customer Participation: Engaging with customers in ways that traditional one-way communication cannot support.
  • Workforce Collaboration: Meeting your workforce’s need to collaborate and coordinate efforts to effectively meet business goals.
  • Business Partner Optimisation: Rethinking value chain relationships, including connections like suppliers, distribution networks, and vendors/delivery partners.
During the presentation, the Headshift team will facilitate discussion and lead a brainstorming activity to help you understand the opportunities and think about next steps.
This workshop will be relevant to people working in different management roles, including sales & marketing, customer service, HR and operations.
  • When: Tuesday 23rd November, 2010.
  • Time: 8am registration. 8.30am start, formally finishing at 10am (with time for open discussion at the end, so you may wish to plan to leave at 10.30am).
  • Where: Headshift, Level 6, 69 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010.
  • Cost: $25 (incl. GST) per person.  Tea, coffee and a light breakfast will be provided at registration.
To attend this special event, please use our online registration and payment page. Please note, that places are strictly limited.
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