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It’s not a secret that most employees engage in some form of social behavior with their co-workers or friends while at work. It’s a safe bet that many break rooms are filled with people sitting and staring at their favorite smart-device while they enjoy their lunch.

These individuals are a classic example of what it means to be “engaged.” Imagine if we could take advantage of this seemingly natural desire for people to engage, collaborate and connect within our organizations to improve our business practices. Imagine if we could turn these “social toys” into something more useful, like “social tools.”

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