The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. It was not unusual for a consultant to get a quick status update from Miro, broadcast to all the consultants, asking for a report on who they met, how much time they spent, and what were the outcomes.

The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. It was not unusual for a consultant to get a quick microburst from Miro, broadcast to all the consultants, asking for a report on who they met, how much time they spent, and what were the outcomes.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. It was not unusual for a consultant to get a quick status update from Miro, broadcast to all the consultants, asking for a report on who they met, how much time they spent, and what were the outcomes.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. It was not unusual for a consultant to get a quick status update from Miro, broadcast to all the consultants, asking for a report on who they met, how much time they spent, and what were the outcomes.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

Instead of asking for periodic progress reports, Claudia Miro, when she led client services at a midsize coaching and consulting firm, used social tools to keep tabs on her virtual workforce spread throughout North America. It was not unusual for a consultant to get a quick status update from Miro, broadcast to all the consultants, asking for a report on who they met, how much time they spent, and what were the outcomes.

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