dcsimg

Social Media Policies Help You Adapt to Changing Business Conditions

SHARE
Share it on Twitter  
Share it on Facebook  
Share it on Linked in  
Email  

Are you an IT decision-maker for a company that has yet to clearly define its attitude - whether used for business or personal reasons - towards the glut of social networking tools on offer? At this point, it's probably too late to take a zero-tolerance stance (and it probably wouldn't fly, anyway). These tools have become invaluable to communication: Businesses and people already rely heavily on them to get professional and personal work done.

 

Since use of these tools is part of business reality, it makes good sense to have a policy in place. The Knowledge Network can help you find what you are looking for. Whether you work in an academic setting, for a real estate association, a law firm or in marketing, we are always expanding our collection of social networking-related slide shows, templates, and other tools you can download and modify to fit your environment. How do we keep growing this community? With your insights and input, of course.

 

More Knowledge Network Content

 

Social Networking Policy PowerPoint

Corporate Facebook Account Policy

NewsletterITBUSINESSEDGE DAILY NEWSLETTER

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY EDGE NEWSLETTERS