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Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0
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topgunusa
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7/5/2012 | 4:20:36 PM
re: Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0
What is your opion and comparrison of Google's g+ to Twitter in the future of social networking?
EricLundquist
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6/26/2012 | 4:34:38 PM
re: Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0
The first rule of course is never to call it gamification. Employee participation, employee engagement, anything but games. Imagine ex-Marine FedEx CEO Fred Smith being told about gamification. Next step is to make suggestions and participation a natural part of work. Third is to reward (badges, money) suggestions and ideas but don't knock down goofy suggestions in public.
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6/24/2012 | 11:35:51 PM
re: Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0
Hey Eric. Gamification sometimes gets a bad rap in my opinion. Can you give some examples of how FedEx or others are using that approach to their advantage?
Brian Prince, InformationWeek/Dark Reading Comment Moderator
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Web Design Chicago,
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6/22/2012 | 1:47:47 PM
re: Twitter Takes Center Stage At Enterprise 2.0
Eric, great thoughts on twitter's revolutionary branding enhancement. Now a days twitter is becoming the most prominent medium of social media networking for businesses all over the world.


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