NQ: Involvement through social media - Forget your IQ. Think about your NQ.

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With increasing complexity in the world your IQ plays a smaller role than ever before. Instead it is your NQ - your network quotient - that defines how well you and your company will do. That is the premise of this book, where Jacob Bøtter presents you with 55 practical examples on how you can involve customers and colleagues through social media.
Jacob Bøtter, a pioneer in social media, founded one of the first specialized consultancies within social media - Wemind - in 2005. Since then he has helped two state leaders and more than 100 businesses and public institutions on how to build social capital through social media.
"This book gave me 6 ideas which we are now working with at Grundfos. And these are just the most obvious ones…"
– Carsten Bjerg. Group President & CEO, Grundfos.
"A practical framework with straightforward ideas and inspiring examples, perfect!"
– Richard Brass. Director, Berenberg Bank.
"A brief, no-nonsense, easy to read and do guide that helps you get started. It's simple , it's effective, it's executionable. A great little book"
– Henrik Larsen. Vice President, Maersk.
"This book explores the practices of the post corporate age – shifting from the firm to the rebirth of the agile network."
– Indy Johar. Architect and Policy Researcher, HubLab.

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Forfatter: Jacob Bøtter
Sideantal: 180
Sprog: Engelsk
Forord af: Alan Webber
Originaltitel: NQ: Involvering med sociale medier
Originalsprog: Dansk
Produktvariant: Hæftet
Oplag: 1
Udgave: 1
Udgiver: Heute Denken Morgen Fertig
Bredde: 125 mm
Højde: 200 mm
Dybde: 14 mm
Vægt: 237 g
Serie: .
Udgivelsesdato: 31 Jan 2012
Oplagsdato: 31 Jan 2012
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b-9788799415120

Udgivelsesår

2012

Sprog

Engelsk

NQ: Involvement through social media - Forget your IQ. Think about your NQ. Heute Denken Morgen Fertig