(EDIT: props to Andy for quickly replying to my email with a bigger and better logo)
Thanks to Andy Sernovitz (Blog | Twitter) and GasPedal – the Social Media Business Council they do these awesome video case studies on social media in the enterprise. They’ve been a great resource to learn more about what other large companies are doing in social and how they are using it. If you’re like me and just getting into social for a bigger company – watch some of these videos!
Because I’d like to continue to learn and engage with the folk from brands like Dell, SAP, Wells Fargo, Intuit, Microsoft, GE, Nokia, Tyson, Coca-Cola, Johnson and Johnson, Home Depot, Mayo Clinic, Molson, P&G, Cisco, Walmart, Intel and UPS I’ve gone through and pulled the names and twitter accounts for each of the speakers (that I could find). In most cases they are either responsible for strategy or implementation of social media at their enterprise – either way they are great examples of companies (and individuals) who are doing it well.
Follow them and learn – I know I am.
Btw – this is by no means meant to be an exhaustive list of all social/emerging media professionals at the enterprise level. I’d check out Jeremiah’s list here – and his blog is THE resource for the business of social/emerging media.
List is in no discernible order.
Lionel Menchaca, Dell
Mark Yolton, SAP
Joel Nathanson, Wells Fargo
Kira Wampler, Intuit
Nestor Portillo, Microsoft
Molly Schonthal, Nokia
Ed Nicholson, Tyson Foods
Adam Brown, Coca-Cola
Nick Ayres, The Home Depot
Lee Aase, Mayo Clinic
Stan Joosten, Procter & Gamble
Adam Moffat, Molson
Jeanette Gibson, Cisco Systems
Ken Kaplan, Intel
Debbie Curtis-Magley, UPS
John Andrews, Walmart
Accounts not located:
Hilary Weber, Kaiser Permanente
Jessica Fredrickson, Suraya Bliss
Lindsay Lebresco, Graco
Commander Ron LaBrec, US Coast Guard
Susan Wassel, Sharpie
Lizzie Schreier, Allstate
Paula Drum, H&R BlockJosh Karpf, PepsiCo
David Witt, General Mills
Larry Blumenthal, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Sean Gannon, General Electric
Rhonda Lowry, Turner Broadcasting System