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Enterprise Social Computing Pricing: insightful, but you hardly see the woods for the trees

Recently, Julien LeNestour, from the IT Innovation Lab of Schlumberger, wrote an interesting and debated post on enterprise social computing pricing @ ReadWriteWeb. He suggested me to contribute to the conversation, but it turns out that I need more than

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New McKinsey report confirms the trend of adoption (mirror)

Initially published on the Headshift’s blog. McKinsey has recently released their second annual survey on the business use of Web 2.0 technologies : Building the Web 2.0 Enterprise: McKinsey Global Survey Results It’s a pretty well crafted presentation of the

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A must-read for new and future adopters of social computing (mirror)

Initially published on the Headshift’s blog.   Niall’s book, Enterprise 2.0 How social software will change the future of work, finally was made available and I must admit I am a fan !!! Finally, we have in one single piece a

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Digital Natives? Generation Y? Stop kidding, please!

The blogosphere is full with posts explaining how the Generation Y / Digital Natives (a) will change the organisation, how the organisation has to evolve to incorporate Generation Y / Digital Natives, how non Generation Y / Digital Immigrants are

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