How do you transition from Social Business to Social Enterprise? Â This is a common challenge, and the the goal for many is to change the world of work.
“This is the hard part. Delivering on the promise of social. So consider it a clarion call for all practitioners, consultants, and vendors (big and small): Figure it out. Bring it home for the rest of us and the planet. Weâ€™ve done the first hard part which is selling the promise of revolutionary change. And weâ€™ll keepÂ beating that drum, btw. Itâ€™s the backbeat to the song weâ€™re singing” – Susan Scrupski
This leads to the question of what are some potential solutions to “figure it out”?
PerhapsÂ what weÂ really need to fully embrace and live the Social Enterprise would come pretty close to this whole concept of the Circular Economy. PerhapsÂ both growth and progress are meant to be that way. Perhaps we should starting shifting gears and introduce that whole concept of leasing / borrowing, instead of owning, which, is pretty close to what we would be doing with that Social Web activity we have all fallen in love with:sharing!
Read the rest of this thought-provoking article at socialmediatoday.