Moxie Insight thought leaders include Don Tapscott, world renowned author of fourteen books including Wikinomics and most recently Macrowikinomics; Tammy Erickson, a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review and author of Workforce Crisis and most recently What's Next, Gen X?; Dr. Nick Vitalari, author and analyst on technology and business transformation; and Tom Kelly a leading authority on achieving business results through social business collaboration.
Geography significantly influences the formation of generational beliefs and behavior. Each country’s unique social, political, and economic events shape specific views and attitudes among today’s adults. Understanding these country-to-country differences is critical to creating employment deals that attract and retain the best employees in each geographic area. Western generational models cannot be applied broadly to a global workforce.
Last year, we asked companies about their top social strategy priorities. The second top response was “Developing Internal Education and Training.” Yet, when we surveyed companies earlier this year, we saw that only 38% had any education program in place, beyond ad hoc efforts. Over the past few quarters, we identified a number of large […]
In the past year, social data has continued to wend its way into organizations of all types, from large enterprise to small business to media and entertainment and the public sector. We’ve seen use cases far past marketing into product and service quality, entertainment programming, customer service, fraud detection and a host of other examples. […]
Last month, we published our report, The State of Social Business 2013, based on data and analysis from four years of Altimeter’s annual digital strategists’ survey. Today, we’re happy to release the data charts from that report, in a downloadable, easy to share PowerPoint presentation that you can take and inject in your own presentations. […]
Major brands tend to turn to Apple more than Google but behind that simple fact are some interesting developments in the use of apps in the smartphone and luxury brand sectors. Like, who is really using apps as a core strategy?