Social, Commerce, Local and Mobile (SoCoLoMo) KPI Dashboard – Free Templates

Last week, I covered the importance for leaders, especially in the Digital space, to frame key decisions in the perspective of SoCoLoMo – a take off of SoLoMo. SoCoLoMo stands for Social, Commerce or Content, Local and Mobile. To track, analyze and report your assessment, strategy and progress in SoCoLoMo, use the attached, free template files. The videos here are quick overview of these tools and basic directions on how to use them.

Social Commerce Local and Mobile (SoCoLoMo) KPI Dashboard

 

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Social Commerce Local and Mobile (SoCoLoMo) Executive Presentation

 

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The Resources:

Free Excel (2007) Template for the Dashboard: Download Here

Free Powerpoint (2007) Template for the Executive Presentation: Download Here

Have any questions? Leave a comment and I’ll see if I can help. Good luck with your SoCoLoMo strategy!

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Ben Lichtenwalner is the founder and principal of Modern Servant Leader and Radiant Forest, LLC. He has studied and promoted servant leadership awareness and adoption for over 20 years. He is the author of 2 leadership books and has 2 decades of corporate management and leadership experience. His corporate experience spans CIO, VP, Director, and many management roles at Fortune 500, INC 500, and Nonprofits. Ben’s education includes a B.S. in Management Science & Information Systems from Penn State University and an MBA from Lehigh University. Ben's Full Profile Here: About Ben Lichtenwalner

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