forbeslogo┬áSocial networking has clearly reached a tipping point. Sites like MySpace and Facebook boast hundreds of millions of members. Barack Obama’s presidential victory demonstrated that platforms like YouTube and Twitter could transform electoral politics. Yet in corporations where such tools have been expected to bring profound transformations, there has been strong resistance to change.

Many corporate executives either dismiss social networking as a time-wasting distraction or regard it as a risk management problem. Much of their fear has focused on potential risks like security breaches and data privacy.

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Yes, CEOs Should Facebook And Twitter
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2 thoughts on “Yes, CEOs Should Facebook And Twitter

  • March 20, 2009 at 4:00 am
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    Hello Muaz, This is a very intersting Article and very interesting blog..
    now i know why people love facebook !!

  • March 20, 2009 at 9:23 am
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    Indeed and this is why CEO’s and top executives should consider social networking tools to enable insightful feedback on products/processes and corporate to reach them all over from their employees and customers…
    welcome…

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