Monthly Archives: September 2011

Creating the governance framework for the use of Social Media tools in your school

This blog is 8 of 19 in a series on how to implement an Enterprise 2.0 framework for schools. 1. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this blog is to discuss Social Media Governance i.e. strategically managing Social Media use within your school. … Continue reading

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Social Media – Return on Engagement

The purpose of this blog is to discuss ways to measure Return on Investment (ROI) for Social Media implementation. 1.0 INTRODUCTION Determining and measuring ROI for Social Media is not an easy undertaking. As Figure 1.0 below explains the Cause and … Continue reading

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Building a Business Case for Web 2.0 implementation at your school

This blog is 11 of 19 in a series on how to implement an Enterprise 2.0 framework for schools. 1. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this blog is to provide a framework that will assist the School Enterprise Consultant in developing … Continue reading

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Key sources of competitive advantage for your school.

This blog is 7 of 19 in a series on how to implement an Enterprise 2.0 framework for schools. 1. INTRODUCTION The following blog briefly describes how a school can utilise social media tools to their advantage, but more importantly this … Continue reading

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