Organize For Social Intelligence
Organization: The Social Intelligence Playbook
April 9, 2012
Why Read This Report
Finding and acting on insights gleaned from online and social discussions is a tricky practice. It takes the right combination of clarity of objective, business planning, technology, and, most importantly, people to do the work. Firms building an internal team to manage online conversations must establish the right roles — dashboard administrator, data analyst, and process lead — each with its own set of skills and responsibilities. But many firms haven't matured their internal capabilities and choose to outsource the listening component of their social intelligence strategies. Whether firms choose to outsource the listening or do it in-house, they'll still have work on their plates. This report is an update to the 2011report "How To Organize For Social Intelligence," adding new and updated content for the social intelligence playbook.
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