We’re moving beyond adoption in social business – it’s time to drive business results. The 2.0 Adoption Council was founded as a group to connect practitioners experimenting with new technologies within their organizations. Now we see plenty of examples where technology has been implemented and applied to use cases internally, as well as external applications in support of business objectives.

I know the members of the Council have both contributed and received a great deal of value from participation. With the expansion of the group, a wider range of professionals will now be able to connect and collaborate across a range of social business issues.

Membership in the Social Business Council is by application only; to learn more, visit the Social Business Council site.

Originally posted on the Dachis Group Collaboratory blog.


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  • author avatar
    Graham James
    7 years ago

    Membership in the Social Business Council is by application only
    All seems a bit desperate, James, sorry.

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  • author avatar
    James Dellow
    7 years ago

    Graham – The membership criteria is nothing new. If you check the recent salary survey of members, it provides some insight into the make up of the membership – see:

    http://www.slideshare.net/dachisgroup/20-adoption-council-2011-salary-survey-7933613

    All that has changed in the new and expanded Council is that the scope has changed to allow professionals from the customer side of Social Business in large organisations to participate in the same way.

    Feel free to get in contact with me directly if you would like to know more. We are looking for new members to join us in the Asia Pacific region.

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