Enterprise 2.0, Where Art Thou?

Luis Suarez

Over the course of the years, if you have been a long time reader, you may remember how there were a number of themes I kept coming back to from Knowledge Management, to Collaboration, (Social) Learning, Online Communities and, specially, Social / Open Business. Pretty much like for Enterprise 2.0 , since I still feel we are only now just getting started with it and its role in transforming organisations from the inside out. . Remember Web 2.0 Enterprise 2.0

Live the Dream First of Learning & Enterprise 2.0

Dan Pontefract

While in Boston recently I took the opportunity to walk through the Commonwealth Avenue Mall ; a sublime 32 acre park designed with French boulevards in mind. The relative success of Learning 2.0 & Enterprise 2.0 We all can dream the dream of a successful Learning 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 In summary, you most likely will be tied to existing ways in which your organization operates when rolling out any Learning 2.0 or Enterprise 2.0


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Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Enterprise 2.0: The Prodigal.

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Wednesday, 10 November 2010 Enterprise 2.0: Following the Enterprise 2.0 conference on Twitter via its hashtag #e2conf , I noticed a strange phenomenon: most tweets werent about Enterprise 2.0, but Social Business In a post of over a year ago , appropriately titled Social Business Design - the beginning or end of E2.0? , Later-on that month, Andrew made another attempt : Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Enterprise 2.0: a simple.

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Sunday, 14 November 2010 Enterprise 2.0: a simple SWOT analysis My last blog post, Enterprise 2.0: As is the case with humans, strength and weakness are strongly linked, as are opportunity and threat Enterprise strength : size. Enterprise weakness : size. Enterprise opportunity : Social in its broadest sense. What is your reaction, dear enterprise ? Adapting too quickly will not ensure that Enterprise excels.

The Enterprise 2.0 Recovery Plan

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet The Enterprise 2.0 I wouldn’t know, for example, what major enterprise systems needed to be deployed, integrated, consolidated, upgraded, etc. I’d set about trying to learn answers to these questions, of course, but this would be a long, slow process. In other words, Enterprise 2.0 How would I know if Enterprise 2.0

Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 It’s an amazing piece of work, and it popped into my head recently as I was trying to articulate for myself how Enterprise 2.0 work is different from Enterprise 1.0 work — from how knowledge workers used technology to get their jobs done before all these weird (and wonderful) Web 2.0 And I thought that in best 2.0

Is craigslist or eHarmony the Right Model for Enterprise 2.0?

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet Is craigslist or eHarmony the Right Model for Enterprise 2.0? As they explained this to me I was, of course, nodding my head vigorously in agreement. As I’ve written before , I believe that the new crop of digital tools for building, maintaining, and exploiting social networks are both novel and powerful for individuals and enterprises alike.

What is the future of the Learning & Development department?

Trends in the Living Networks

Last Friday I gave the keynote for the first breakfast seminar run by CADRE , a leading elearning design company, for senior executives of its clients. Part of its responsibilities will be the continuous generation of meaningful on-demand learning that can be accessed whenever and wherever it is required, of course as well as traditional classroom learning, which still has a role. Enterprise 2.0

11 recommendations to create the future of government

Trends in the Living Networks

Thus it is very encouraging to see its new policy paper, The Future Course of Modern Government , provide some pointed insights and recommendations on how to create the government of the future. A few quick comments on the recommendations copied below: * For anyone exposed to Government 2.0 Other recommendations are bit more of a stretch for traditional government officials, such as the use of crowdsourcing techniques, the co-design of polices, and shared spaces for innovation. *

9 great ways to make the iPad a useful work tool: structures, setup, apps

Trends in the Living Networks

The iPad is of course a great desktop presentation device for groups up to 10 or so, and using the video output cable can also be use to do presentations through data projectors. There are of course many other work-related uses for the iPad, including reading books, engaging in social media, filtering news, creating mockups and layouts, and of course playing fun games to keep you alert and stimulated. Cloud Enterprise 2.0

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The role of informal social networks in building organizational creativity and innovation

Trends in the Living Networks

Innovation is of course a particularly pointed issue today, with the increasing pace of external and industry change driving the necessity of effective, applied creativity. The approaches they describe can be very valuable, but I would generally do these earlier, designed in such as to identify specific high-impact initiatives. Challenge your analytical and creative talents to design data so that it tells a story. Collaboration Enterprise 2.0

All Social is Learning | Organizational Knowledge Design

Martijn Linssen

We know this is not automatically so, learned that in the intro to Logic, Sets and Numbers (an actual college course I took in the 70’s). Rotkapchen / November 22, 2010 Ergo, if all business is social, what is the significance of social business as a focus (a topic of debate within Enterprise 2.0 All Social is Learning | Organizational Knowledge Design [.] Tweets that mention All Social is Learning | Organizational Knowledge Design -- Topsy.com - [.]

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Should Knowledge Workers have E2.0 Ratings, Part 3

Andy McAfee

Ratings, Part 3 by Andrew McAfee on November 21, 2008 My previous two posts on measuring knowledge workers’ participation in Enterprise 2.0 Many of the comments I received relate to the eternal debate over optimal incentive design, and whether it’s desirable (or even possible) to measure and reward effort vs. activities vs. outcomes. Instead, the organization’s leaders can guide Enterprise 2.0 In this way, Enterprise 2.0

A record store - who needs one these days?

Martijn Linssen

Well it wasnt global news of course, but national, and pertained to music. Of course we needed record stores a few decades ago to be able to listen to music, there was no other way at all. adapt|change|Globalisation|Social Business Design|trust| Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search blog Loading. Subscribe Top Posts Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt Enterprise 2.0: Enterprise 2.0:

Data From The Edge

Andy McAfee

When I propose this design, I typically hear at least one of following responses: “We don’t want our key performance measures published for the world to see (even if they’re disguised / normalized / whatever).&#. Your confidence that the change is due to the tech is significantly lower with this research design, but it’s a whole lot better than not having data at all. OSISoft adopted Socialtext’s Enterprise 2.0

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Performer-focused Integration

Clark Quinn

And, of course, me. The convener had heard me speak on the performance ecosystem (via Enterprise 2.0, with a nod to my ITA colleagues), and I’d included mention of content models, learning experience design, etc. My background in interface design (e.g. Tags: design strategy technology

theTeam – Knowledge Management Done Right

Luis Suarez

You may have noticed how, over the course of the last couple of weeks, I have started to share over here in this blog a whole lot more video (related) content than anything else, to the point where I can imagine how there may be a few of you folks out there who may be wondering whether this blog will turn itself into a videoblog eventually. Specially, if you are one of those folks who feels that Enterprise 2.0

‘Social Business’ is Past Retirement Age

Andy McAfee

When I was a first year doctoral student at Harvard Business School in 1994-5, we took a fascinating yearlong course called “Basic Readings in Administrative Theory&# (OK, it was probably only fascinating if you were a geek). In contrast, Enterprise 2.0 , which I’ve defined as the use of emergent social software platforms by organizations in pursuit of their goals, is a novel phenomenon. In the 2.0 These are the central points of my work on Enterprise 2.0,

Key social learning resources: part 3

Jane Hart

In particular he stresses the need to de-focus from courses, explaining: ” most learning doesn’t occur in courses or events. Designing for learning in this environment is altogether different – and often a more ‘messy’ and complex matter. “So de-focusing on courses and re-focusing on supporting learning in the workplace through social learning approaches and performance support will be critical in the future.

February’s Top 50 Posts on Working Smarter

Jay Cross

Working smarter draws upon ideas from design thinking, network optimization, brain science, user experience design, learning theory, organizational development, social business, technology, collaboration, web 2.0 Design Interrupted: Design-time Versus Meeting-time - Adaptive Path , February 23, 2012. The Designer’s Toolbox - Jay Cross , February 27, 2012. Massive open online courses as new educative practice - George Siemens , February 29, 2012.

Stop breaking down silos, let's enginize the pistons

Martijn Linssen

While the former I applaud, the latter is a politically incorrect way to address the stakeholders (sic, more about that 3 paragraphs from now): it brings across a threat rather than an opportunity in most cases So, believe it or not, but Im going to explain why its better to soften up our talk and change our vocabulary - solely with the goal of bringing the Social Trojan Horse a few steps closer to the Enterprise gates of course An old-fashioned enterprise is run by Boomers.

Coaching Should Be An Expectation Of All Connected Leaders

Dan Pontefract

But of course. Ian Chisholm, Bradley Chisholm and Mark Bell penned the article “Coach vs. Mentor: Designing the Finest Meaning of Words” and it’s within this piece that a paragraph caught my attention: Coaching is the intentional positioning of others to perform at incrementally higher standards, to learn more from their experience as it emerges, and to be increasingly engaged in their endeavours. The most overused yet inappropriately applied term in an organization is “coaching.”.

#e2conf 2011 Highlights – 10 Reasons Why I Enjoyed the Event

Luis Suarez

I know that plenty of folks out there are probably waiting for the next blog post in the series of #e2conf 2011 Highlights from the Enterprise 2.0 Well, this year we had a new venue, so we were all, probably, a bit too skeptic that it may not work as designed / expected… The end result was phenomenal though ! Thus during the course of the week we saw how we have been shifting from that mentality of “ What is Enterprise 2.0?

Social Learning doesn’t mean what you think it does!

Jane Hart

A few days ago my Internet Time Alliance colleague, Harold Jarche, shared this article, written by Deb Lavoy, with me: Social Business Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does, Neither Does Enterprise 2.0. The changes we are seeing in Workplace Learning are of course just one part of the changes we are seeing in businesses as whole. It will disrupt institutions built upon the technology of the printing press – all communication enterprises, including education.

In retrospect 2000-2010: omphaloskepsis ruled

Martijn Linssen

This only works for products with short lifecycle Which is very true of course - but who determines that lifecycle? Thanks Tweet op 1/06/2011 01:14:00 AM Labels: 1.0 , application development , B2C , Social Business Design , trust In retrospect 2000-2010: omphaloskepsis ruled 2011-01-06T01:14:00+01:00 Martijn Linssen 1.0|application application development|B2C|Social Business Design|trust| Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search blog Loading.

Let The Next Adventure Begin – The With Whom (#CAWW)

Luis Suarez

Of course, without a single doubt, I had to join Change Agents Worldwide ( @chagww ). . Design, Management / Leadership Consultancy, Corporate Communications, Digital Workplace Transformation, Social Computing, Social Business, Social Learning, and a rather long etc. And the excitement gets bigger and bigger, by the minute, when, early next week, I’ll be meeting up about a dozen of them , face to face, in Paris, at the Enterprise 2.0 Hippie 2.0

The Trials and Tribulations of an Independent Freelancer – Your Online Bio Profile and Digital Footprint

Luis Suarez

Right after I announced I was joining Change Agents Worldwide , a lot of things have happened, as I am sure you would be able to guess, including my first business trip as an independent freelancer to the Enterprise 2.0 And that, of course, includes Change Agents Worldwide as well in the mix. A well seasoned Social / Open Business evangelist and 2.0

Good Posts from Last Week

Tony Karrer

Determining the ROI of Enterprise 2.0 | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com , April 15, 2009 The Web: Design for Active Learning , April 17, 2009 The (changed) information cycle , April 17, 2009 3 Things to Consider When Building Your E-Learning Courses , April 14, 2009 Effective knowledge sharing , April 15, 2009 conversation matters: What Do We Get From Conversation That We Can't Get Any Other Way?

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Do you Fear the End-Of-Year.

Martijn Linssen

It reminds me of another system like that: people calling you a sinner and telling that you have to redeem yourself - by doing what they tell, of course. Tweet op 11/29/2010 05:57:00 PM Labels: 1.0 , 2.0 , business exceptions , E2.0 , E2E , financials , information , maturity , Social Business Design , trust 3reacties: Anonymoussaid. Subscribe Top Posts Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt Enterprise 2.0: Enterprise 2.0:

Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources

Tony Karrer

So, of course, I went to eLearning Learning and I looked at Wiki , Collaborative Learning with Wikis , Wikis and eLearning 2.0 , Wikis Corporate eLearning , Social Learning with Wikis , Wiki Security and a few others. Experiencing eLearning , July 27, 2009 Wikis at Work - eLearning Technology , February 25, 2007 Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage , May 4, 2009 Blog or Wiki?

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Social shifts the focus from Presales to Aftersales

Martijn Linssen

is dead, just like CustServ 1.0 - better invest in Custserv 2.0 than Marketing 2.0! Lets equally agree on the fact that there are a Marketing 2.0 and CustomerService 2.0 Zappos is a fine example there, of course. While a vast part of the social evangelists was either desperately trying to frantically avoid the topic of ROI or looking very hard for business cases justifying Marketing 2.0, for what it is, and invest in CustomerService 2.0;

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Get your act together! @Klout

Martijn Linssen

This error scares me most, because it appears to be a valid score (not being 0 or -1 or anything else out of the ordinary), but isnt - by far Lesson 4: If youre a crappy designer and / or programmer, theres always a last resort to get your program to function correctly: test, test, and test again I suspect Klout is suffering from bad programming all over. Bad design, bad code, bad test, bad quality control. Enterprise 1.0 - The Dysfunctional Family? (S)R Enterprise 2.0:

E1.0 is childhood, E2.0 is adolescence

Martijn Linssen

I guess it did A while ago the thought crossed my mind @hjarche @esauve Most enterprises are like families where the kids are 30-40, still living there and still treated as kids #wirearchy and I tweeted that Today Im reading Dennis Howletts post "How to fix the social anything bind", who wrote that in reaction to Esteban Kolskys post "What Did Maslow Know About Customer Centricity? What is holding back these grown-up kids, and these enterprise adults? Enterprises thrive on fear.

April 2010 Great ones

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Coloring Outside the Wireframe: 3 Tips to Integrating Visual Design in the UX Field - Adaptive Path , April 9, 2010. Social Learning Tools Should Not be Separate from Enterprise 2.0 - eLearning Technology , April 7, 2010. Reboot: Puma and Yves Béhar Spend Three Years Designing Super-Green Shoebox - Fast Company , April 13, 2010. Day 2 futures education course – Trends - Dave’s Educational Blog , April 6, 2010. Best from Informal Learning Flow.

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Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Core-business versus.

Martijn Linssen

Of course not. Almost always op 6/11/2010 01:44:00 AM Labels: adapt , adopt , business exceptions , business rules , knowledge , Social Business Design , supply chain Core-business versus business criticality 2010-06-11T01:44:00+02:00 Martijn Linssen adapt|adopt|business exceptions|business rules|knowledge|Social Business Design|supply chain| Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search blog Loading. Enterprise 1.0 - The Dysfunctional Family? (S)R

Open Source eLearning Tools

Tony Karrer

Of course, I’d recommend skimming through eLearning Learning to find the latest and greatest. Learning on the Leading Edge , February 9, 2009 Harold Jarche » Open Source LMS - Learning and Working on the Web , June 25, 2006 Selecting an Open-Source Online Course Development and Delivery Platform - Tony Karrer delicious links , February 16, 2010 Have LMSs Jumped The Shark? I was just asked about trends in open source for eLearning and particularly open source eLearning tools.

Want another Apple? No thanks?!

Martijn Linssen

pause to think about that statement] Of course there will be arguments about this: no, Apple sells a unique experience, its The Brand, they give you a Visionary Augmented Reality, and whatnot. Tweet op 10/20/2010 11:04:00 PM Labels: 1.0 , 2.0 , financials , growth , stats 3reacties: Arru said. How about this: Apple is a design company, doing both software and hardware, being smart enough to figure out that hardware is a great vehicle to monetize software. Enterprise 2.0:

Through the Workscape Looking Glass

Jay Cross

It goes by many names, from Enterprise 2.0 Training departments have single-shot solutions: courses. Courses are rarely appropriate for experienced workers. The Workscape should address the needs of learners throughout the extended enterprise. Unlearn your assumptions about courses and top-down learning. leveraging self-sustaining processes instead of one-time courses. Enterprise social network.

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In Defense of Data Centrism

Martijn Linssen

Of course, yesterday’s common sense included such principles as racial inequality, ignorance to environmental stewardship, ever-rising housing prices, sexual preference as a preference, etc. I was designing the platform before taking on the fight to tease out relevant data about student performance. A recent study by IBM surveying CEOs found that the most pressing challenge is the complexity of their enterprise and industry, and the most necessary skill is and will be creativity.

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Democratization of the workplace

Harold Jarche

Our social systems are not designed to cope with complexity. Double-loop learning requires an understanding, and a constant questioning , of the governing variables and of course this is where learning abruptly comes up against command & control. Democracy is the foundation upon which the likes of Enterprise 2.0 Tweet There was a most interesting thread on Twitter today.

Smart Filtering – On Humanising and Socialising the Web

Luis Suarez

I still believe it’s going to be one of the Holy Grails from a successful Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise social software must be designed to accommodate the varying needs of organizations with respect to the productivity versus awareness issue.

JOB is a four-letter word

Harold Jarche

Tweet A while back I wrote on the age of dissonance and how our way of structuring work, particularly the job, was inadequate for the networked, creative economy: New design principles, from instructional development to job descriptions, are needed for our inter-networked society. I’ve started looking at a new design for the training department but redesign is needed everywhere. I think that more people are looking for new designs and are willing to try them out, if they can.

Face Off for Facebook?

Martijn Linssen

Oh and of course Google Buzz Heres a typical picture of a blog post ways-to-share: What is the ratio there, between ReTweets and Facebook shares? FB isn't designed for sharing links, nor do people do it much. Privacy is off course driven fear of others abusing 'your' data. Subscribe Top Posts Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt Enterprise 2.0: Enterprise 1.0 - The Dysfunctional Family? (S)R Enterprise 2.0: