Social Software : Agents for Change or Platforms for Social Reproduction ? A Case Study on Enterprise Microblogging

@inproceedings{Riemer2017SocialS,
  title={Social Software : Agents for Change or Platforms for Social Reproduction ? A Case Study on Enterprise Microblogging},
  author={Kai Riemer},
  year={2017}
}
The application of social software in enterprises has been discussed in both practice and academia for a few years now. One discussion that recently gained momentum in public media and the blogosphere stresses that these technologies will change the way in which corporations organise communication and decision processes, thereby contributing to structural changes towards flatter organisational hierarchies. Against the backdrop of such claims, we present a case study of a software company that… CONTINUE READING

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