From ThoughtFarmer: How Social Intranets support better Employee Engagement

Social Intranets and Employee Engagement White Paper Cover

Thoughtfarmer’s Social Intranet and Employee Engagement paper pulls together a range of statistics that add to the case for social intranets (and I would say more broadly, Social Business). Quoting research by Cornell University, Gallup, Aon Hewitt, and Aberdeen Group they point out the cost of low employee engagement and also the gains for organisations that do use social software (including blogs, wikis and social networking tools). In the rest of the paper you can explore how ThoughtFarmer’s own customers have been applying their platform to support the goal of enabling greater employee engagement.

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