This chapter elaborates the execution of social manufacturing, which is divided into three phases. Firstly, six key issues on shaping an order-driven manufacturing system or network are discussed, including extended cyber-physical system (CPS) enabled interconnection inside a social manufacturing node (SMN), social sensors enabled interactions among SMNs, blockchain shell construction, product order decomposition and task tree construction, order-driven manufacturing community formation and performance evaluation. And then, the task planning strategies both inside an SMN and among SMNs are introduced. With the help of blockchain technology, data sampling and cyber-credit recording strategies both inside an SMN and among SMNs are deployed, which support the realization for the real-time scheduling of manufacturing services. Finally, manufacturing service evaluation is carried out from SMNs, communities, and social manufacturing system perspectives based on the original social context and production data.