Are changes instigated through the Social Media silently brewing a revolution?
A few months ago, a question like would have invited skepticism, raised eyebrows on the extreme views of a handful of geeks. After all we were only referring to services like the ones started by a bunch of college kids to have fun, allowing people to join forces on areas of common interest, share common problems, or follow a campus cause online.
But what happens when the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, set off by social media, inspires protests in Bahrain, Libya, Iran, Algeria, Morocco, Yemen, Jordan and even faraway China? Is it time to sit up and take notice of these erstwhile ‘irrelevant playthings’ that have the power to turn sentiments viral?
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Opening Keynote: The Dilemma of Confidentialite vs Transparency
The Social Media Ripple Effect: A fad or the biggest shift since industrial revolution?
Befriend or Defriend: Can being anti Social Media have perils for future businesses
Theme Session: Social networks: Boon or bane for the Next gen HR?
Networking Tea Break
How to plug Social Media into your marketing strategy
Building a Personal Brand on Social Media