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SXSW Interactive 2016

Has corporate social media jumped the snark? [sic]

A debate centered around the questions: "Has corporate America rejected social media? and is the dream over?"

Prominent analysts (like Shel Israel) posit that social media thought leaders are leaving the enterprise, and this is proof of the rejection of the social culture.

Other social media thought leaders working within the enterprise believe that's hogwash, and is a positive sign that the culture war was won, and the change agents are moving on to the next big thing.

This panel would bring them together to continue the debate sparked on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shel.israel/posts/10153409863365726?comment_id=10153410207140726&offset=0&total_comment

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  1. What is the best measure for the success of social in an enterprise environment? (If it is indeed even measurable?)
  2. How has social media adoption truly scaled within big business? Did social change the org, or did the org change social?
  3. Is this the beginning of the end of the Social Media Celebrity? Is there room for new gurus, or are they now a commodity?

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Isaac Pigott, Communications Strategist, Alabama Power

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