The purpose of this paper is to review the latest management developments across the globe and pinpoints practical implications from cutting‐edge research and case studies.
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Recent years have brought a massive growth in the social networking phenomenon. So much so that a seemingly ever‐increasing number of people now consider a regular fix of Facebook or Twitter to be a key part of their daily routine. Many organizations might frown upon employees relentlessly engaging in such activities. And with some justification too. There is a strong case for arguing that keeping oneself informed about the evolving thoughts of friends, acquaintances and celebrities detracts significantly from work matters in hand. But the more astute organizations will manage to look beyond this perceived threat to productivity and regard social media as a publicity vehicle of rich potential. Indeed, certain companies have already enjoyed massive sales boosts as a direct consequence of endorsement from blogs or other online communication channels.
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