The company's online conversation monitoring tool, Agora, encourages employees to collaboratively identify and capitalize on the insights and opportunities embedded in social conversations.

In the spirit of Social Media Week — taking place across multiple cities this week — Nokia‘s in-house solution to ingrain social business into its culture, Agora, caught our attention. According to the company:

Nokia has started to share social news and data on big screens in the company’s social spaces at HQs all over the world. It’s an effort to open up relevant online conversations for Nokia employees to see and engage, and a key step in making Nokia a “listening” company.

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