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Enterprise Social Networks: a solution for management, not a problem

No matter the advanced maturing views over the benefits of enterprise social networks in most organisations these days, I still come across people making assertions that they divert employees from work. My point today is that what they see as

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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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Enterprise 2.0 illustrated

I recently had to make a simple and visual presentation of the logic behind Enterprise 2.0. It emphasizes on knowledge socialization – rather than “collaboration” – and displays the mechanisms available for that today. I’ve used Otto Neurath‘s Isotypes.

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IKMS Talk: The Adaptation of Organisations to a Knowledge Economy and the Contribution of Social Computing

Here is the material of a presentation I gave at the British Council in Singapore for the Information & Knowledge Management Society (IKMS). It is built along those lines: – The changing nature of organisations, work and workplace – How

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“Enterprise 2.0″ as a synonym for management consulting? – A dedicated answer to Paula Thornton

Hey Paula, Thanks for visiting and commenting my post! Thank you for your kind comment on both Jon and myself. Jon and I met in Paris recently after digital conversations. We have similar views on many topics to a point

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