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Sharing blog post by Unisys colleague, Sumeet Panda
Is Your Social Business Initiative A Square Peg In A Round Hole?
We know that social software is all about helping teams locate subject matter experts faster, obtain necessary information to innovate and work on a range of projects with external partners, vendors and/or customers using professional workflows. In effect, social tools allow stakeholders across the value chain to collaborate and participate in processes from ideation to problem resolution. And we see significant results being delivered for organizations from various verticals such as financial services, healthcare, CPG, technology etc. These cases clearly suggest that organizations that have a need to collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders – internal experts, suppliers, partners and customers, will enjoy a competitive advantage over those without these social tools.
But while innovation, collaboration, efficiency improvement and cost reduction remain the most common use cases for social software, we come across many instances where social software has transcended organizational silos to achieve culture transformation and compensation structure realignment; and these cases indicate that social business has the potential to achieve much larger objectives for organizations.
But success in this social software journey comes with its fair share of roadblocks and not everyone has managed to master the “business of social”.  According to an Altimeter Group study, failing to integrate with existing business applications, failure to spur adoption and usage, inability to decide the right software (pure play vs. bigger players), and failure to track usage metrics and success against goals are some of the most common mistakes organizations make while embarking on their social business journey. The study indicates that the most common pitfall, however, is unclear definition for social software adoption. That is, your social business journey cannot be based on a one-size-fits-all approach and organizations should clearly define use case(s) before embarking on social software implementations.
In other words, selecting social software without identifying the correct use cases could be a classic case of trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.
So how do you get around this tricky part? How do organizations determine the best fit use cases? Continue reading to find out more>   #socialbusiness  
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Department Head of Shared Services - Lead Architect
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Architect, Department Head, Change Agent
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Social Architect of Shared Services
Introduction


I am a department head in the Enterprise Shared Services sub-division of information technology at Vanguard. As the department head, I am responsbile for leading the the requirement and testing of solutions while leading the architecture team. In this role, I oversee solutions built for the rest of the IT organization including a large variety of systems including document management, workflow, search, web content management, messaging (SMS and email), social collaboration (SharePoint), enterprise social networks (ESN- Sitrion), corporate intranet, Enterprise 2.0, mobility, telephony, unified communications, lotus notes, and eMail systems.

Specialties:
Leadership
Architecture
Enterprise 2.0
Enterprise Collaboration
Enterprise Mobility
Social Media
SharePoint implementation
Unified Communication
Enterprise Social Network (ESN)
Digital Workplace
Java Development
Bragging rights
Change Agent;Architect;Leader;E2.0;Zagger
Education
  • Lafayette College
    BS Electrical Engineering, 1988 - 1992
  • Northeastern University
    MS Electrical Engineering, 1992 - 1995
  • Saint Joseph's University
    MBA, 2005 - 2009
  • Upper Dublin High School
    1984 - 1988
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