Survey on Twitter in the workplace

Please consider completing this survey conducted by two professors at the University of Maryland iSchool. (you can opt in for aggregated results - should be interesting!)

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Poorly designed survey. I'm stuck on question 36: Which of the following most closely describes your organizationâs policy on using social networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others while at work?

My work blanket bans Facebook and has policies regarding the other sites, but the question only asks for a universal answer for all such tools. Oh well. Now they have skewed results.

Poorly designed survey. I'm stuck on question 36: Which of the following most closely describes your organizationâs policy on using social networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others while at work?

I passed that comment on to the survey team - they know and will revise in future research. Just do the best you can... thanks for taking the survey!