Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Twitter Productivity

"The participatory nature of Twitter and Facebook also makes them excellent tools for supercharging creativity."

I wrote about "access" to social media tools in issue 15 of our Accelerate newsletter. Now, it looks like there are others who agree that time on Twitter and Facebook may actually contribute to productivity.  Click here to read more.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Productivity in the workplace can be hindered but also heightened depending on the usage of a social media application. Companies choose to block or not block social media apps. Unfortunately they are missing out on that grey area where social media apps can be utilized to further innovation and productivity. Palo Alto Networks came out with this whitepaper talking about how to block social media apps and when it is appropriate to let employees utilize these apps productively. To block or not? Check it out: http://bit.ly/d2NZRp as well as the new whitepapers for twitter and facebook: http://bit.ly/bsrh9CFacebook http://bit.ly/9twcQMTwitter28