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Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search 6 Required Competencies for Social Organizations February 24th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Now, marketing is the center of American business.

Is your Organization Capable of Unorthodox Thinking?

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The New Competence of the Knowledge Age. Crafting strategic solutions rather than producing programs requires an entirely different set of competencies and ways of thinking. You are now competing on the strength of the value you can create and the innovation you enable.

Speaking your Members’ and Customers’ Language: Six Gaps that might be Dooming Associations to Irrelevance

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In Wohlson’s articles, e-bay utilized a different logic and set of capabilities to achieve new levels growth; capabilities that are not highly valued or developed in most associations: They actually spoke the same language as their customers…When in Rome… e-bay’s model of online shoppers’ community and its competitive advantage is based on leveraging the unique capabilities and new options that social technologies provide.

Speaking your Members’ and Customers’ Language: Six Gaps that might be Dooming Associations to Irrelevance

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Leveraging and providing access to competitors’ assets —rather than competing with them—and making access into competitive advantage. . This foray into same-day delivery,” the author says, “is part of eBay’s re-imagining of itself as the company that can get you anything, anytime, anywhere.”

Todays #SocialMedia Tweetchat Topic: The Social Media RFP: How to Get the Best Results

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If you want to purchase an accounting system, customer relationship manager (CRM) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform for your company, it’s a pretty established process. But if you are a company who needs external help, how do you weed through this entirely new industry?

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Information Literacy in the Workplace - Special Libraries Association

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SLA Community. Julie Oman is an Information Steward for The Dow Chemical Company in Midland, MI. I do , however, believe they can gain the competencies and confidence to deal with the increasing barrage of content thrown at them dailyand the new channels of access that have contributed to the confusion. Like many companies, my organization provides a community that supports the use of information technology and. Communities of Practice. Competencies.

Wired Campus: Computer Literacy Doesn't Mean Information Literacy, Report Says - Chronicle.com

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Community Colleges. Community Colleges. Campus Piracy Company Watch Distance Education Gadgets Leadership Legal Troubles Libraries Offbeat Open Access Research Search Engines Security Social Networking Student Life Supercomputing Teaching TechForum2008 Video Virtual Worlds Wikis. literacy, competency and fluency work in our program as labels indicating level of information ability. Search The Site. More options |. Back issues. Subscribe Day pass. Todays news.

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Connecting 2 the World

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In the first case, organizations must begin to see the changes in workplace literacy and support programs that help to develop these competencies. TREND #7 Finding Courses Will Be More Important Than Creating Courses l Since there will be an explosion of community- developed courseware, campuses will focus on organizing a taxonomy to help users find learning content. This actually brought back a debate I had with my dissertation committee while writing my prospectus.

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