Monday 05 December 2016

9 Indicators of Social Business Transformation: Process & Governance

This post was originally published on Michael Brito’s blog Britopian.

Back in May, I wrote about the 8 Cultural Indicators of Social Business Transformation; and while I believe that culture is what drives this evolution, process also plays a critical role. Here are 9 process and governance indicators that will help you understand if your organization is on the right track:

  • The establishment of a Social Business Center of Excellence responsible for social media operations and governance
  • Social behaviors become a part of employees everyday workflow and job function
  • Social media policies and guidelines (or Rules of Engagement) co-created and shared with the employees
  • Social Media Training Curriculum created and made available for employees, partners
  • Governance models created, published and shared across the organization i.e. process for new employees to be trained to be social media practitioners; process for new social media channel creation (internal and external)
  • Consolidation of social media channels, both internal and external
  • Tighter integration between social media, paid and owned media
  • Workflows created that collect external customer feedback and filtered back to the product organizations
  • Consistent social media measurement framework agreed upon and used to measure both internal and external social initiatives

What have you seen within your company that indicates true social business transformation?

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