Even more critical in support of Sharing Economy ideas: it is efficient when IT implements an internal enterprise social network that feeds data relative to employee behaviors to HR analytics. Due to the complexity and cost associated with enterprise software, the sharing movement is now a massive driver of assessing corporate cultural behaviors. Behavioral data is not always logical and so with its concepts there has to be the data scientists, data analysts, industrial-operational psychologist to integrate within a vast IT structure. The whole context is relative to corporate taking unstructured data into a structured format, a new Shared Intelligence System. SIS replaces that which has been referred to in past decades as an ecosystem. Ecosystems were not intended to capture, track, analyze and integrate daily behavioral data of workers on their social intra-network and in many cases communications to partners’ networks. The clear distinction is behavioral data as compared to all other information. The purpose of ecosystems is to provide essential connectivity for transactional exchanges like supply chains. One thing is clear: SIS integrates company culture which is fundamentally, employees’ behaviors. Now, the business can capture whatever employees have on their minds. Subjects and discussions could be endless but the corporate goal is capturing all such inter-corporate conversation using teams of analysts and psychologists to figure out “cultural intelligence” – yet another term from psychology. Employees can share to their hearts delight. The sharing movement is claiming inroads in HR, always on the search for employee data. Ecosystem, in light of the sharing eco buzz, has hit retirement. Welcome the Shared Intelligence System.
Robert P. Waters