Tag Archives: Enterprise 2.0

Absolutely Self-Managed Workers

Why not get rid of management entirely? That was the thesis of Doug Kirkpatrick’s talk at the Building Business Capability conference this week about the Morning Star Company, a company which has tried the radical approach of being entirely flat, … Continue reading

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Introducing the Web T-Link

The concept is simple: you want to make a web reference (HTML link) to an other web resource, but you don’t want that link to go bad.  This requires a web link, with just a little bit of smarts on … Continue reading

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John Hagel on Social Technology Adoption

John Hagel III co-author of the book “The Power of Pull” was invited on stage for a discussion with Dr. Pehong Chen, CEO of BroadVision about how companies are (or are not) adopting of social technologies at the Enterprise 2.0 … Continue reading

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Bring Your Own ACM to Work

Yesterday’s post was about workers will use personal clouds to organize their information, their personal devices, for both home and work life.   This is a general trend I am seeing toward personal services in the Internet that represent a given … Continue reading

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Social Business Doesn’t Mean What You Think

Just a quick post about an excellent article: “Social Business Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does, Neither Does Enterprise 2.0” by  Deb Lavoy arguing that these are not technological trends, but rather cultural trends.

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Self-Organizing Business Networks

As the Social Business meme becomes more mainstream, people are starting to ask “What is the real connection with ‘Social’ after all?”  and “Isn’t the connection to ‘Social’ a bit overblown?”  After all, we really are not talking about literally … Continue reading

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Culture Trumps Technology

Peter Schooff asked another excellent question today: “Does Strategy always Trump Technology” when it comes to deploying and using a content management system / Enterprise 2.0 system?  This is a very good point, but it should be “culture,” not strategy, … Continue reading

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