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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (8/16) – The cultural level

But ‘Enterprise 2.0’ is nothing without the cultural level. Let’s be clear about it: if the introduction of new tools brings in new ways of doing things, it does not necessarily change the whole thing. For those who have social

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (5/16) – Blogs, wikis, social-bookmarks, rss feeds, tags and filtering

Blogs, wikis, social-bookmarks, rss feeds complement e-mails and Electronic Content Management (ECM) systems. Because e-mails are attached to a person, they are temporary: when the person leaves the company or department, the information ceases to be accessible. The company loses

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (4/16) – Tagging

One of the many technical issue organisations have to deal with is information organisation. One can call it classification. This is traditionally addressed thru a comprehensive set of taxonomy. Trick is that it is an endless and never user satisfying

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (3/16) – Social Networks

Social networks replace directories. Behind there is the very same intuition that lead to the creation of Facebook: alumni directories are out of age; one can do much better. This challenges centralised mailing systems in their role of corporate “white

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (2/16) – The technical level

This is the one that Andrew McAfee probably had in mind when he coined the term “Enterprise 2.0” and defined it as the use of social software platforms within companies or between companies and their partner and /or customers.  

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