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WIIFM on Working Socially?

Tweet Let’s be honest: change bites!  Most people do not like change.  Change brings uncertainty, a loss of security and control, a fleeting feeling of helplessness, and even panic.  Helping large organizations embrace disruptive change is a tall order.  What’s needed are roadmaps, play books, guidance, intelligence, patience, and a little inspiration.  But, change can […]

Two Surprising Statistics on Social Business Progress in the Enterprise

Tweet Over the summer, we conducted a short survey among the Social Business Council members to gauge where large enterprises are regarding their progress introducing social to the enterprise.  The request was made by a Council member who was looking for some hard benchmarking data he could share with his team. We wanted to answer […]

SMC Austin Chapter hosts a conversation on Social Business

Tweet Be there: Register today. Just when you think you have all the answers, something crops up that challenges your beliefs on how Social Business works and will work in the future.   Whether it’s new platforms/tools, new regulation, organizational changes, even world events — the Social Business world does not stand still and learning in […]

Focusing on Adoption (exclusively) is a Dead-End

Tweet For an early adopter market, adoption in this space always seems to get a bad rap.  Why is that?  Because adoption is not the end-game.  It’s the beginning.  In the Council, the members are focused on changing hearts and minds and promoting the use of social tools in order to drive acceptance for a […]

Adoption is Dead. Long live Adoption!

Tweet Rumors surrounding the death of adoption have been greatly exaggerated. The 2.0 Enterprisey crowd is gearing up to head to Boston for our annual pilgrimage.  This will be my fourth conference as a participant and board member.  Having watched and often interpreted the trends in this sector, I find it interesting to report that things have […]

The Secret to Successful 2.0 Evangelism is found in Social Intelligence

Tweet I was invited to speak at one of our executive client briefings last week.  The theme of the “Executive Perspective” was examining the “Core/Edge Dynamic.”  nGenera defines the “core” as the collection of processes, systems and infrastructures that have evolved over many years and effectively run today’s large enterprise.  The “edge” is the emerging […]

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Susan  Scrupski

Susan Scrupski

Working on Social Change

A longtime believe in technology for social good, Susan founded the The 2.0 Adoption Council and Change Agents Worldwide to ignite change from within Big Business. She works with leading practitioners and voices on the social web who are catalysts for this revolutionary change.

Susan is concurrently incubating Big Mountain Data, a startup dedicated to applying data science solutions to the hidden-in-plain-sight societal problem of family abuse and violence.

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