The Social Process Model: Strategize At the Personal LevelEli Saad*
Department of Management and Innovation, IPADE Business School, Mexico
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- Eli Saad
Department of Management and Innovation
IPADE Business School, Mexico
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Received date July 22, 2015; Accepted date August 10, 2015; Published date August 17, 2015
Citation:Saad E (2015) The Social Process Model: Strategize At the Personal Level. Bus Eco J 6:175. doi:10.4172/2151-6219.1000175
Copyright: ©2015 Saad E. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
The work ecosystem is becoming more connected at the personal level, allowing each person’s work to be managed socially. This means mapping the relevant connections or work: impacts, processes and assumptions. The Social Process Model solves this in a 5-step framework that follows the natural flow of work: we receive to transform, we change the beneficiary’s life for the better and we depend on other peoples work to achieve success. Just like the current management models emerged when the amount of data and connections in the organization needed a common language to make sense of it, the new management mindsets will raise focusing how people are connected to coworkers and the organization. If you want to discover how irreplaceable your role is for the team, this article is for you! If you want to demonstrate you are the reason why your boss or clients are happy, this article is for you! If you think you can play the risks to your and your client's favor, this article is for you! This is a 5-step social management model at the personal level.