When Your Social Media Problem is a Management Problem


Electrons are buzzing today about the CISCO 2010 Midyear Security Report, which states that seven percent of the people who access Facebook at work spend more than an hour a day playing FarmVille, Mafia Wars and similar games.

Social media policies have their place to protect the legitimate interests of businesses, but I have to agree wholeheartedly with David B. Thomas of SAS, who sees this as a performance management problem rather than a social media policy problem...

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