Adoption of enterprise social networks and the creation of genuine employee communities occurs at the junction of what I like to call the three C’s of Community Management - Content, Conversation, Community. Each one requires...
I’m really pleased to unveil the Collective 365 Summer School program. We want you to enjoy summer so this year we have planned some fun, original content, and ... it should definitely be at the top of your summer must-do list!
This year we've hosted user groups in cities around the world where we've had lots of time to talk in depth about what’s important to them, and what we need to evolve so we can continue to meet their needs in the future. And the theme we keep hearing over and over is MOBILITY.
This week a team of Sitrion staff were lucky to head out to Chicago for the Microsoft Ignite 2015 event. It was the first Microsoft mega-conference and we were very excited to be a part of it.
We are listening to our customers every single day – listening to their successes and challenges and helping them to keep pushing the boundaries of how their employees think about work and technology.
Ever imagine yourself standing out on a glass ledge 1,353 feet above the ground looking directly down with nothing between you and the busy street below?
Today, we congratulate the AWESOME team I have the pleasure of working with from MasterCard. They, like many others, have danced the lone dance. From an idea, to a concept, to a prototype, to a movement… their work has paid off!
This week we launched the second installment of our 2015 conference and user group series, Collective 365. There’s been a lot of buzz here at Sitrion as we build out and share the next few months of exciting content which is happening both in person and broadcast live to your desktop or mobile device.
Last week I hosted our February user group in Chicago. At Sitrion we love visiting the windy city because our customer base there is awesome. We are always greeted by friendly mid-western smiles, and even if it is the coldest day of the year, I always leave O’Hare having learned a bunch of new things.
This blog post is the introduction to a series that will form something bigger. And while the shape of that is not yet determined, the vision is set: to create a comprehensive catalog of helpful resources to increase the adoption of collaborative business tools and a one-stop shop for a wealth of expert-level knowledge. Over the coming weeks, our Engagement Manager, Allison Maguire, and I will endeavor to impart our knowledge upon the world! To start, we’ll follow the Sitrion Adoption Framework as a guide for each post.