The Social Organization: Managing Human Capital through by Amelia Manuti, Pasquale Davide de Palma

By Amelia Manuti, Pasquale Davide de Palma

The Social association sheds mild on how social media utilization is remodeling the way in which corporations make feel in their identification and methods. via adopting a human capital point of view and merging examine from conversation reviews and administration, it argues that social media will be fruitfully exploited via firms as a aggressive advantage.

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The Social Organization: Managing Human Capital through Social Media

The Social association sheds mild on how social media utilization is reworking the way in which enterprises make feel in their identification and strategies. by means of adopting a human capital viewpoint and merging examine from communique reviews and administration, it argues that social media may be fruitfully exploited via enterprises as a aggressive virtue.

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0006 2 Communicating the “Social” Organization: Social Media and Organizational Communication Amelia Manuti Abstract: The author discusses how social media use has radically redesigned the ordinary practices of organizational (formal and informal) communication. Therefore, social media are described as a new class of technologies that may alter organizational dynamics in profound ways. Given this finding, the chapter attempts at explicating how and to what extent social media merge with ongoing communicative processes that occur within and constitute organizations, arguing that they may affect particular organizational processes that are of great interest to communication researchers.

He defines self-efficacy as a cognitive representation about one’s own ability to managing tasks and challenges in the context that concretely guide goal-oriented actions. In this vein, self-efficacy is configured as a belief system that acts as a support and as a moderator for individual behaviors and actions, thus influencing also the motivational processes implied in the process. Accordingly, the levels of selfefficacy, meant as the system of personal beliefs concerning one’s own ability to manage events successfully, is directly related to motivation, engagement, resilience, perseverance, and vulnerability to stress in case of failure.

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