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Empowerment of the unusual suspects: similarities between Enterprise 2.0 and Track Two Diplomacy

My wife is currently undergoing a PhD in International Relations at RSIS, here is Singapore. She focuses on the contribution of Track Two Diplomacy to the management of regional security issues in the Asia Pacific. We happen to have interesting

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Beyond Enterprise 2.0 ROI, evaluation and management of knowledge in the workplace

My colleague Penny Edwards has a nice post @ Headshift on measurement and social software, which reopens in a smart way the conversation about return on investment (ROI) we had months ago with Luis Suarez, Dennis Howlett, Jon Husband and

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Taxonomies > Sensemaking > Adoption (mirror)

Initially published on the Headshift’s blog. The enterprise social computing scene is all about incentivizing, building and demonstrating – often with use cases – the benefits of socializing computer based activities. Most of social computing consultant are thrilled by the

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Enterprise 2.0 consulting

I’ve just had a great skype chat with Guillaume Lerouge from xWiki. It reminded me of a debate on the role of consulting we had some months ago on the 2.0 scene. Here is a refresher. Some people, including Euan

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KPMG “Enterprise 2.0: Fad or Future” Report – superficiality and consequence (mirror)

Initially published on the Headshift’s blog   It’s been some days now that I came across the KPMG “Enterprise 2.0: Fad or Future” report and I must confess that I am a bit puzzled by its content.   Aside the

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