All tagged enterprise 2-0
A couple of articles have me thinking and wondering why we still convert "collaboration" or "social business" into things they are not. The problem - as always - is that people are confusing the tools for the behavior. The behavior we want to see is people working together to get things done ("collaboration").
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is attempting to use the concepts to help organize the Boston conference.
A podcast of a breakthrough moment on the value of blogging and Web 2.0 for the president of a business.
Is email useful or not? This topic has gotten some energy lately from Luis Suarez and Andrew McAfee (and others). It's clear to me that email is simply not th eright tool for collaboration.
Andrew McAfee applies the ideas of Pattern Language (which is new to me) to the differences between Enterprise 2.0 and Enterprise 1.0.
Michael Idinopulos at SocialText has an entry telling CIOs: It's Strategy Time in which he argues that Web 2.0 concepts and ideas (as described by Enterprise 2.0) provide an opportunity to move away from dealing with servers and firewalls to helping define the strategy for the business.
A KnowNow press release says, "KnowNow has released three new solutions designed to instantly connect people with critical information." It sounds like an aggregator and blogging tool packaged together.