Business Goes Virtual: Realizing the Value of Collaboration, Social and Virtual Strategies

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Business Expert Press, Jul 21, 2011 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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This book combines academic theory with real world, practitioner success stories to provide executives a summary of current best practices. This book examines five virtual business strategies that are showing unprecedented opportunity. The Any Place, Any Time strategy focuses on providing high quality service 24/7 by ignoring traditional geographic challenges.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
The New Facebook of Organizations
Real Leadership in the Virtual World
The Power of Sharing
Making Sense of Virtual Worlds
Any Place Any Time
The People Know Best
Real in the Virtual World
What Every Leader Needs to Know
The Big Money Top 50
Guiding Organizations Into the Future
Virtual Worlds A Walk Down Memory Lane
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John Girard, PhD, is a tenured full professor of management at Minot State University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate business classes. He is the founder and Chief Knowledge Strategist of Sagology, a firm dedicated to connecting people with people to facilitate collaboration, learning, and knowledge sharing through keynotes, workshops, and consulting.

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