The servant leader is the example Ryn Melberg cites in this week's podcast on leadership in an Agile Environment. Business / News / The Guardian Podcast

Corporate Governance Social Media Policy.

There was bound to be a nexus between social media, company policy and best practices. This includes what employees do on line while on and off the clock and extends to customers, suppliers, shareholders, neighbors and yes employees.

How can organizations of any type guard their reputations via governance policies without stifling creativity and sharing?

Corporate Governance Social Media Policy.How can organizations of any type guard their reputations via governance policies without stifling creativity and sharing?

Corporate Governance Social Media Policy.

There are some businesses that do not allow their employees to say anything about them on social media. I am aware of a company where the owners monitor their employee’s social media posting, holds things they do not like against them, but has no written policy. But the world of Facebook will include 1 billion users this year and Twitter will have 500 million. There has to be a more informed and enlightened way to give directions to people so for enlightenment and information we turn, of course, to Ryn Melberg and her weekly podcast, The Guardian.

To see the policy Ryn discusses during the podcast, go to http://exchange.telstra.com.au/3rs/. The company is called Telstra.


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