enterprise 2.0

Video Review of Andrew McAfee’s “Enterprise 2.0″

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We’re here today to talk about “Enterprise 2.0” by Andrew McAfee. He is with MIT, used to be at Harvard Business School. Just switched over a couple of months ago. He writes an excellent blog on IT and business, that I’d recommend you read if you haven’t come across it yet. And so, he’s just produced his first book. To explain the title, Enterprise 2.0 is a term he coined to refer to using web 2.0 tools like Flickr, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and similar tools in a business context.

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E 2.0 - Not Joining the Debate, but...

by: Sigurd Rinde

Being 'diplomatic' I'm not going to step into the debate featuring Dennis, Susan, Nenshad and others... but I've been waiting and waiting for one benefit to be touted, an important but unplanned benefit (the only one?) I've seen in practice myself:

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From Social Media to Social Business Design

We are now seeing conferences dedicated solely to Twitter—the latest was Jeff Pulver's 140Char held in NYC. Like many others who were not at the event, I was able to attend virtually through following tweets. After a while I thought to myself—wait a minute, we're still just talking about "social media" in silos. What about the bigger picture? And what do you ask is the big picture?

Great question.

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Britain Lags behind Europe in Enterprise 2.0

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Why Would SaaS Adoption Raise in an Economic Downturn?

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The Everything 2.0 Discussion - the Real Issue

by: Sigurd Rinde

Been itching to jump into the 2.0 discussion but have held back as I am a bit counter-every-theory... but why the heck not, risking much head shaking allow me a quick brain dump on one aspect of everything 2.0:

Work is a process, tasks in a sequence. Any type of process requires a framework, just like water will have to find the riverbed to become a river. No framework no process, even if the framework only resides in your head when doing the weekend chores. 

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No Ownership, No Accountability - Wikis, Collaboration Software, Social Media, Enterprise 2.0 and How Not to Get Things Done.

by: Sigurd Rinde

The buzz around Enterprise 2.0 / Office 2.0 is palpable, one conference after the other with $ 50 k stands offering yet-another-wiki-version trying to snag the enterprise CTO/CIO.

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Web 2.0 Entrepreneurs! This is the time

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How Will Enterprise 2.0 Transform the Workplace

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Enterprise 2.0 and the Concept of Virtuality

by: Idris Mootee

While we we're on the topic of Enterprise 2.0,
I remember when Peter Drucker coined the term "knowledge worker" some
15 years ago he was referring to a new class of employee whose basic means of
production was no longer making widgets (I don't mean the software widgets, I
mean object), but, rather, the effective use of knowledge and creativity.
Knowledge worker includes not only the traditional professionals (architects

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