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Named to FierceCMO's Top 15 B2B CMO's to watch and one of the top 100 CMO’s on Twitter, Steve is the founder of AbleBrains Marketing – a firm focused on helping CMO’s to build and scale their marketing efforts – turning their marketing organization from an expense center to revenue center. He is also the Chief Digital Officer for Adjuvi, a firm dedicated to helping CIO’s, CMO’s and CHRO’s transform their organizations, drive deeper employee engagement, and foster digital transformation of the enterprise. Steve was the CMO of LexisNexis North America and was responsible for transforming this venerable brand into one that Millennials seek out and connect with. Steve has over 20 years’ experience in technology marketing, product strategy, and product development ranging from venture-backed startups to global technology organizations. He spent seven years as a Global Vice President of SAP AG. He led SAP’s Social Media Strategy & Total Customer Experience efforts. Steve also led Services Marketing and SAP’s Competitive Program and Strategy team against Oracle. He was also responsible for the Global Market Intelligence function as well as for Marketing Innovation. Prior to joining SAP, Steve was a principal and Executive-in-Residence with the BRM Group, a Jerusalem-based Venture Capital firm and prior to joining BRM, Steve was the vice president of product strategy, for Computer Associates.

2 responses to “Enterprise 2.0 and Employee Passion”

  1. Shari Greer

    Employees being ‘engaged’ with their fellow workers, creates an atmosphere that is positive all around. Working together has always been the best criteria for success. This isn’t a ‘given’, as some companies make it difficult to communicate or they don’t want the employees to ‘share’. These are the same companies that have a revolving door and few long term employees. Being open, caring, helpful, and sharing is a company that will grow, and along with that, the employees will work to succeed.

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    […] a good chance they aren’t, at least according to a recent Gallup poll cited by Steve Mann in Enterprise Irregulars. The poll found that 71% of employees at U.S. firms weren’t engaged in their jobs, leading Mann […]