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Re: What It Will Take to Create a Social Supply Chain
Posted by Sidney Hill on 2011-05-29 00:58:13
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I have a love-hate relationship with social media. I love platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn that let me keep up with people I truly value as friends and colleagues, even as we move on to new stages in our lives. I hate social media's potential for baring intimate details of your life with people you never really cared for, or never even met. That's why I remain one of the few people on the planet without a Facebook profile. My mixed feelings about social media influenced my initial thoughts about the products software vendors are marketing as social business applications.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: What It Will Take to Create a Social Supply Chain  Sidney Hill  2011-05-29 00:58:13
What It Will Take to Create a Social Supply Chain  knowledgEnabler  2011-06-30 00:03:13
The Social Supply Chain is here...  BabbleWareInc  2011-05-30 13:42:34
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