Trying to Keep Up

By October 30, 2009General, Social Media

Every month Jon Speer (Creo Quality) and I host a Whiteboard Strategy Session in my office and ultimately the discussion moves into Social Media and all that it entails. Most of the time we have at least one person who is Social Media adverse and is pained by trying to keep up with everything that is going on in the Social Media world.

This morning Harvard Business Publishing had a great post on this very topic – check it out…

Social media trends happen fast. Just when you’ve got your Facebook account set up, everyone’s tweeting instead. When embarking on using social media at your organization, don’t get hung up on trying to keep up. Even technology gurus have a hard time keeping track of all of the emerging tools and technologies. Instead, focus on what matters most to you, your team, and your organization. Only a few technologies will truly be helpful in achieving your goals and those are the only ones you need. By shutting off the noise of trying to keep up, you free yourself to make the most of the tools that will support you in what truly matters.

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