Do we see a new trend here? The use of social media in general and multi-networking, in particular, is still on the rise, but researchers are noticing clear signs of plateauing. People not only spend less time in the networks but also stop channeling their content via different social media outlets. Gen Z and millennials are leading this trend with millennials showing a downward shift. That might come as a surprise to the supporters of the multi-channel approach, where simila
The last decade has been the time of the exponential growth for the big technological companies. My infographic shows the market capitalization of Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft from January 2010 to January 2020. Interesting to see how COVID-19 will impact their future market positioning. #infographic#marketcapitalization#leadthefuture
The market's bad-boy was Musk’s Tesla, whose shares rose and enlarged its price-sales ratio to 22 from 3. Some might call it a “bubble,” but let's not forget that #Tesla might be the first in the market with a global fleet of driverless taxis.
It is time to accept one thing: social media is here to stay and can improve employee satisfaction and engagement. However yet still, some companies deride it as a waste of time, when in reality, they should be empowering their employees. Here some insights in favor of having a more liberal social media policy in your company. https://chiefexecutive.net/why-ceos-should-empower-their-employees-on-social-media/ #vision2brand #v2b #socialmedia #CEObranding #employees #empower
Currently, the loss of productivity may severely influence the already precarious work outcome. Here are seven ways to boost your #productivity. 1. End bad #communication: With the switch to remote work, the importance of excellent communication is at all-times high. Don’t waste valuable time on unproductive discussions. 2. Increase #engagement: You might be preoccupied with something else, but your focus on the result is essential for delivering a stellar outcome. 3. #flexyo
Jennifer Morgan (SAP) is the best #socialmedia communicator among DAX30 CEO. This is the result of a survey conducted by Macromedia University for the ‚Netzpiloten Magazin‘‘. According to the study, SAP CEO Morgan is, along with Daimler AG CEO Ola Källenius, the only CEO from the premier stock market league who has accounts on all four networks- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. But while Källenius posts remarkably little, Morgan is at least in the top 5 on each netw
Overall, people consume more #content since the pandemic began. Not surprising! But how can savvy #businessleaders strengthen their digital presence and #influence in these challenging times? They have to work even harder to build #trust, manage tension, and keep teams afloat. Have a look at the media consumption in the age of #covid19. What exactly are people doing, and how are they staying informed? Great graphics by Visual Capitalist