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For organizations a fear of failure is one of the most common obstacles to innovation. Many organizations are so paralyzed by the fear of failure they have tied their future success to their past actions: “We’ve been successful thus far doing exactly what we’ve done, so why do anything differently?” Let’s take a moment and ask Blockbuster or Sears.
The social media revolution has been a (relatively) quiet one. There was no bloodshed, no huge machinery taking the place of ten men. It’s come in unnoticed (by some, ignored by others) like water entering a rock. But just like water, it will change the landscape as we know it. It provides a platform for self-expression, while allowing employees to become more than just a cog in the wheel. It changes the rules by which we’ve operated for the past hundred years because “it taps into what makes us human and we like it.” What does it mean for the future of your organization if you chose to ignore this change toward a more people-centric approach?
Please join our webinar as we speak with Jamie Notter, co-author of Humanize, who will give us some background and insight into becoming a more open culture. He’ll discuss how people-centric organizations succeed in a social world. If you’re human, or work for an organization that employs humans, there’s something here for you. Learn more and register for this exciting event.
Can’t join us but have a specific question for Jamie? Please leave it in the comments section and we’ll make sure to ask him.