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Government 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0: different environments, very same fundamental issue (culture)

Australia recently surfaced in a big way on the Government 2.0 scene, the equivalent to Enterprise 2.0 for public services. They have an exhaustive, state-of-the-art report that is worth reading with attention: Engage – Getting on with Government 2.0 –

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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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Posted in Misc, Musings

Designing sustainable online systems for knowledge communities today

In this post, I will share some of ideas and findings that kept me and my team busy lately. Part of the text below has been co-authored so I would like to associate Du Juan, Han-Leon Chia and Sunny Lim

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Blogging in an Organization: Rationale and Engagement

Here in Singapore, I am having some interesting conversations, with one great, established blogger and a group of social media educated people, on blogging behind the firewall. Most of the conversation is around finding a way to engage people so

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