The Executive's Guide to LinkedIn is a professional service in which we configure our capabilities and tools to meet your needs while reducing engagement length. The end goal is usually to use LinkedIn for enterprise process innovation. We use several deliverables, so please consider this list broadly representative:
- Various consulting deliverables such as: strategy workshops, mentoring on social network interactions for customer-facing employees, group & individual training in person and via telephone, chat and online... digital documentation for do-it-yourselfers
- Seminars for individual and group learning, given in public and private venues.
- Profile Management Programs to enhance your firm's ability to attract the right customers, employees, investors...
- Web 2.0 Ecosystem orientations explain social networks' significance to individuals and enterprises. This can serve as a due diligence effort that benefits involved executives regardless of whether they subsequently choose to extend Web 2.0 to their organizations
- The Social Network Roadmap is a risk-mitigated approach to adopting Web 2.0 and social networks appropriate for CMO, CIO and business unit executive sponsorship
- Speaking engagements for conferences, professional groups and corporate meetings
- Strategic/tactical plans and adoption strategies for LinkedIn, others.
- Charters, business cases and measurement metrics for social network and Web 2.0 pilot programs. Design pilots and scaling strategies.
- Vendor and expert selection for Web 2.0 programs
- Mentoring programs for teams to apply new technology to existing corporate competencies such as: business development, analyst/public relations, marketing, innovation/product development, research, partner/channel development and human resources on using social networks.
- Global applications how to use social networks to drive or support globalization
- Integration plans We have line management experience and show how these new tools and relationships can integrate with your existing processes. The "new how" with the "old how." Opportunities and threats.