Study: Social media is replacing the water cooler

06/4/2013 | Kellogg Insight

Researchers are increasingly realizing that social networks can help forge informal but powerful connections between workers. "[W]e can only sit across from, or directly report to, a limited number of people. A social networking tool takes these fortuitous encounters and makes them both wide reaching and routine," writes Katharine Gammon.

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