The Ten Laws for 2.0 Communication


written by Nekki US on August 4, 2017

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From a shoe store to the Vatican. Everyone’s using Facebook, Twitter and Youtube to contact people and increase their following. Even so, having a big presence on the internet does not mean companies are updating their culture.

Offices can work under a 1.0 or 2.0, but there are big differences between these two. For example, a 1.0 culture has employees, while a 2.0 company has collaborators; a 1.0 has human resources and a 2.0 has people: under a 1.0 you work a lot, but under a 2.0, you work better.

If you want a second generation company, you need a change bigger than technology, words, and social media presence. A deep transformation of the organizational culture must be done and for this, you must follow these ten laws:

1.- Your collaborators must have access and availability to information. ¡Knowledge must be within the reach of everyone!

2.- Practice equality and give the same importance you give to your bosses to whom serves the food. Were all part of the same machine.

3.- Support those who don’t know. Everyone is capable of learning and progressing.

4.- Let everyone participate, everyone can be the author of next amazing idea for your Company.

5.- Promote communication between personnel. Don’t take hierarchy into consideration. Good ideas come from anywhere.

6.- We’re all part of the same goal. Build good relationships with your collaborators and you’ll see how everyone changes for the better. 

7.- To express yourself is important. Take time to hear out every opinion with the intention of doing something with them. 

8.- Promote a respectful environment. Good communication is only possible if everyone respects and value themselves. 

9.-  Be flexible and dynamic, communication is participative and doesn’t yield to the hierarchy.

10.- Reduce control. Don’t dominate, use leverage. 

Upgrade to 2.0 communication and lead your company to new levels! If you want to start change in your business, write to us at info@neki.cl

 


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