Over the past year, I’ve been working with energy management company Schneider Electric on their global rollout of tibbr, an enterprise social network. And I really mean global: over 100 countries, with 150,000 employees working with 1,000’s of products and services, generating hundreds of thousands of high-value, business-focused communications a month.
Schneider Electric’s enterprise-wide journey of transformation and success with collaboration solutions, like tibbr, shows how to do business collaboration right: commitment forged with every level of management; a flexible strategy focused on business value; and a balance of clear leadership and power-to-the-employee that led to a structured revolution of knowledge and sharing.
But, it is not just scale that is impressive, it’s also the individual stories of success.
If you want to learn some of those examples and gain a deeper understanding of how the company supercharged collaboration, join this upcoming webinar with Deepak Bhandary, head of all Schneider Electric’s collaboration programs. Deepak will present how Schneider Electric used enterprise social to do the following:
- Leverage feedback and knowledge from experts (even ones they didn’t know existed)
- Collaborate more efficiently across various regions and teams
- Create a single destination for knowledge across the organization
Social Enterprise Program Manager
Below is one of the slides from Deepak’s presentation, providing an example of how they’re using internal social networking to crowdsource answers to problems and find relevant expertise.