Business+Web 2.0 from McKinsey

Jay Cross

McKinsey has an insightful new study on business and web 2.0 For the past three years , roughly 1,700 executives from around the world—across a range of industries and functional areas—have responded to a McKinsey survey on how organizations are using Web 2.0 This year we created an interactive tool that links the data from these survey results and charts it to the emerging trends in Web 2.0 Adoption is spotty but growing fast: Companies are using web 2.0

Stager, Logo and Web 2.0

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Gary Stager offers an impressive assessment of the use of Web 2.-0 His criticisms are directed mostly toward David Warlick and others who are advocating the 'revolutionary' use of Web 2.0 I think his criticisms are effective against the School 2.0 And I think that it is because the School 2.0 However, there are some primary differences between Logo (and its variants) and the panoply of Web 2.0 tools, including: The Web 2.0 The Web 2.0


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Quality and Web 2.0

Tony Karrer

In a post by Will Richardson - Web 2.0 as "Cultural and Intellectual Catastrophe” he points to a recent post by Andrew Keen - the author of the Cult of the Amateur. Andrew tells us - it's obvious that Web 2.0 is a cultural and intellectual catastrophe The basic issue is experts vs. collective intelligence. As Michael Gorman tells us in Web 2.0: In Web 2.0,

Web 2.0 and Change Present Challenges to Many Learning Executives

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Web 2.0 Jay Cross is a champion of informal learning (and author of the definitive book on the topic), Web 2.0, Do you think that some of the advancements in technology—such as Web. One of the things that Andrew McAfee, principal research scientist at the Center for Digital Business in the MIT Sloan School of Management, says when he talks about Enterprise 2.0 However, the technology, specifically Web 2.0,

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 I discussed my experience from Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 Spending or Wasting Time on Web 2.0 Use a Wiki instead of other approaches to creating web pages (only edited by ID/writers initially). Web 2.0 eLearning Trends Enterprise 2.0

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: SOA Versus Web 2.0?

John Hagel

At the end of last year, I posted on the relevance of Web 2.0 For those who have not been following my blog, I attempted my own definition of Web 2.0 Some of Dions key postings on this topic are "Running a business on Web-based software" , "Web 2.0 " and "Web 2.0 The discussions in these forums raise one key issue: what is the relationship between Web 2.0 The Global SOA" and "Is Web 2.0

Web 2.0 - Consumer vs. Enterprise Use

Tony Karrer

that discusses the difference in how Web 2.0 I've talked about adoption of web 2.0 tools in the enterprise before in this blog: Adoption of Web 2.0 and eLearning 2.0 Revisited Enterprise 2.0 - What's the PU? Facilitating Adoption of Web 2.0 Tools Emergence or Big System Web 2.0 Organizations should provide clear definition of policies around web 2.0 Jack Vinson (in Web2.0 as opposed to Enterprise2.0)

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): New Web 2.0 Visualization/Explanation from Ross Dawson

Mark Oehlert

mil domains | Main | Quote of the Day » August 17, 2007 New Web 2.0 Visualization/Explanation from Ross Dawson I find it interesting that even as we stand hip deep in the curved corner and pastel colored waters of Web 2.0, well have 2.0 I think that most of the right words are there, but the images leave out some of the flow/social dynamics that shape and flow in 2.0 - so really Im just point out what could make something that is very good, better.

"Six ways to make Web 2.0 work" (McKinsey Quarterly)

Mark Oehlert

So I am actually generally impressed by the McKinsey Quarterly and particularly their Web site. The transformation to a bottom-up culture needs help from the top. I noticed them integrating feeds, widgets and now Twitter responses to their articles from early on. The other thing that is nice about McK Q is that it is one of those publications that goes over well with the folks upstairs.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Is Web 2.0 Safe?" (MSN article)

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Gorman and Keen Need a Bicycle Built for Two (but built only by certified, qualified, licensed bicycle experts of course) | Main | Presence and Learning (Ray Sims) » July 02, 2007 "Is Web 2.0 MSN article) Here is the shocking synopsis of this article : Security needs to be better in Web 2.0 books futures Web 2.0

Too Dot Oh: Making Sense of the Terrible 2’s

Dan Pontefract

I knew things were starting to go a little 2.0 crazy when our 3 rd child (and second daughter) was being referred to as Claire 2.0 So how are we to make sense of this 2.0 landscape when everything seems to be coined 2.0 that organizations need to flatten and become community connected in heterarchical structure, I’d like to take a stab at defining some key examples and implications for HR and the Org using (ironically) the 2.0 Web 2.0 Learning 2.0.

Changing Cultures in Higher Education

Jay Cross

Last week I received a nice surprise in the mail, Changing Cultures in Higher Education (Ulf Daniel Ehlers and Dirk Schneckberg eds.) Web 2.0 It describes what E-learning 2.0 is, which basic elements of Web 2.0 it builds on, and how E-learning 2.0 Springer. Congratulations, guys. 610 pages for a mere $126. It’s good to see that Springer is maintaining its sense of humor. Don’t get me wrong.

Learning 2.0 Tetrad Through Marshall McLuhan

Dan Pontefract

Derrick de Kerckhove, Director of the McLuhan Program of Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto since 1983 wrote McLuhan for Managers in 2003. As I unplugged for almost 4 weeks during the summer, I began mentally noodling what the tetrads may look like in terms of a Learning 2.0 I define Learning 2.0 learning 2.0 corporate university Culture elearning harold jarche jon husband knowledge management marshall mcluhan tetrads training vendors web 2.0

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): SCORM 2.0 and Web 2.0 Considerations

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « A Flashback to an Angry Bill Gates | Main | The Definitive iPhone eCard » July 14, 2008 SCORM 2.0 and Web 2.0 Considerations Ive posted before about how I think that much of the technical architecture that underpins the commercial e-learning marketplace is several years behind the 2.0 I do think that LETSI is trying to head down this road with their SCORM 2.0 and Web 2.0

HR in a 2.0 World: Leading vs. Following

Dan Pontefract

Dave Ulrich is right when he says “HR holds the key to an organization’s future success”, but alas, I believe that this prophecy will only ring true if HR itself becomes ambassadors of a 2.0 3 key points I raised included: The “2.0 HR cannot be followers in the 2.0 Each of these six “2.0” NOTE : I will describe my own personal thoughts for each of these six “2.0Culture enterprise 2.0 hr human resources learning 2.0 web 2.0

MIT global study on social business: Executives increasingly understand the value and success drivers

Trends in the Living Networks

The third to fifth most important factors are all essentially about existing organizational culture. Clearly, the issue is not just about the current culture, but what can and should be done to evolve corporate culture to one aligned with collaboration, communication, and other behaviors correlated with an effectively networked organization. Enterprise 2.0 Future of work Social media Social networks Web 2.0

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Roles in the ‘New’ Training Org

Dan Pontefract

Collaboration & Culture Coach. Drives Learning 2.0 / Work 2.0 culture through 1-1 and group positioning & change mgt. Web 2.0 Responsible for synchronous & asynchronous collaboration & learning opportunities via Web 2.0 Connects the technology, tools, widget, application, Web 2.0 Business & financials subject-matter-expert; holistic; open; ‘gets’ Work 2.0 social web 2.0 work 2.0

Moving the CIO to the heart of strategy

Trends in the Living Networks

While there are clearly many facets of organizations that contribute to these characteristics, not least culture and structure, there are strong information components to each of these. Cloud Enterprise 2.0 Technology trends Uncategorized Web 2.0

Why microblogging has moved to the heart of enterprise social initiatives

Trends in the Living Networks

When I wrote Implementing Enterprise 2.0 While some of it is about cultural initiatives, more is about design, in finding the right starting points for microblogging to grow. Enterprise 2.0 Future of work Social media Social networks Twitter Uncategorized Web 2.0

Insights into effective social media policies

Trends in the Living Networks

The culture of the organisation will be exposed through social media tools. Enterprise 2.0 Social media Web 2.0Last week I was part of a panel on the SkyBusiness Technology Behind Business program discussing corporate social media policies, comprised of Peter Williams of Deloitte, Adrienne Unkovitch of Workplace Guardian, and myself. Here are some of the key points made during our discussion.

Research: The acceleration of Australian banks’ use of social media

Trends in the Living Networks

Banks’ risk-averse cultures have in many cases atrophied their ability to take on the uncertainties of social media engagement, even though their future as customer-focused organizations probably significantly depends on doing it well. Australia Enterprise 2.0 Financial services Social media Social networks Technology trends Twitter Uncategorized Web 2.0

Launch of Digital Sydney: Ideas, energy, success stories, and massive potential

Trends in the Living Networks

Dean’s first business was a bar, which led him to founding Booking Angel (which we named in the top 10 Web 2.0 Oliver Palmer , head of innovation of leading web and mobile developer TigerSpike , spoke about the company’s journey from being founded in 2003 to 120 people across offices in Sydney, London, and New York for clients including The Economist, The Daily Telegraph, and Time Out, with no external investment along the way.

7 critical aspects of Tibbr’s big step forward for enterprise social software

Trends in the Living Networks

Its true power to drive performance and profitability is in bringing out the unique culture and motivation to collaborate across an organization. Cloud Enterprise 2.0 Keynote speaker Social media Web 2.0Earlier this week I gave the opening keynote at the Sydney launch of Tibbr , the new social enterprise offering from TIBCO. I hope to have the video of my presentation up before long.

Australia's top 25 business blogs ranked by traffic

Trends in the Living Networks

Below I have put the list of the 25 business blogs together with their authors, ranked by their web traffic from Alexa as of today. Ideas Culture (Yvonne Adele): 389,301. Enterprise 2.0 Social media Web 2.0SmartCompany has released a nice list of Australia's 25 top business blogs , created by Brad Howarth.

What is possible: how the social enterprise drives differentiation

Trends in the Living Networks

While there are many perspectives on the specific benefits possible from building the social enterprise (see for example my chapter on Key Benefits and Risks in Implementing Enterprise 2.0 ), at the highest level this is about the ability to differentiate your organization. I have written before about creating competitive differentiation with Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 Social media Social networks Web 2.0

The Social Network Is the Computer

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Social networks have seen explosive growth since their inception as Web 2.0 Artificial Intelligence Complex Systems Data Science and Big Data Economic Issues Future of Work Innovation Management and Leadership Political Issues Smart Systems Society and Culture Technology and Strategy

Informal learning hot list for February 2009

Jay Cross

Top 10 Tools for Your Blog or Web Site. Understanding Web Operations Culture - the Graph & Data Obsession. Innovation Informal Learning Community Web 2.0Wouldn’t it be cool to let the wisdom of your crowd suggest things on the net that merit your attention? It beats threshing a barrage of chaff to locate the kernels of information you want. It’s a time-saver, time is money, and most of us could use more of it. Enter smart aggregation.

Revisiting Tom Gilbert

Jay Cross

“I have found repeatedly that a culture that does not work well–in which people are unhappy, insecure, unproductive, and uncreative–was designed by a manager who did not begin with careful analysis of its goals and values.&#. Gilbert proposes these levels of vantage point: philosophical, cultural, policy, strategic, tactical, and logistic, and suggests that you’ve got to start at the top. Cultural. Just Jay Uncategorized Web 2.0

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"Change 2.0: How Does e-Learning 2.0 Affect Organizational Culture?" (eLearning Guild article)

Mark Oehlert

Change 2.0: How Does e-Learning 2.0 Affect Organizational Culture? So there is this BRILLIANT piece in the Learning Solutions e-magazine from the eLearning Guild.that's actually the article by Jane Hart, " Understanding Today???s s Learner.". Then there is this much less brilliant article written by some hack with an unpronounceable German-sounding last name -. It's OK but this Oehlert guy who wrote it, kinda sketchy In Which I "Debate" Popular Culture With Stephen Colbert

Steven Berlin Johnson « Happy Birthday | Main | Colbert, The Morning After » In Which I "Debate" Popular Culture With Stephen Colbert Exactly one year ago today, I made my appearance on The Daily Show. I love the way you give a credible voice to an argument that is at odds with the common myths about popular culture (video games included). Why The Web Is Like A Rain Forest. Discover column on Web 2.0.

Exploring Social Learning and Smarter Working Webinar

Jane Hart

Free Webinar: Wednesday, March 30 at 6 PM (GMT) / 1 PM (EDT) / 10 AM (PDT) / Do you have burning questions about social learning, web 2.0 Want to find out how other organizations are grappling with the culture, politics and governance of implementing informal learning? and working smarter? The five members of Internet [.]. Webinar

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Danger of "Quick Wins

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Off Topic: Lets look at this at this as a chance to learn about oil | Main | Hinchcliffe Visual on Next-Gen Apps » June 23, 2008 The Danger of "Quick Wins As I become more and more convinced that implementing next-gen/Web 2.0 is soooo much less about technology than about culture (Duh Mark, I know), then I am also becoming more and more convinced of the danger of quick wins.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Register Now for DevLearn 08 and save Millions! (or probably less than that but still cheaper)

Mark Oehlert

cmon, San Jose, great sessions, Tim OReilly is keynoting.that dude invented "Web 2.0" books futures Web 2.0 Belly laughs, guffaws and chuckles Blogging Books Catch Up Collaboration Conference News Cool Tools Copyright and Patent Gold & BS Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks Culture Current Affairs design e-Learning Resources e-Learning/e-Teaching eco EduPatents eLearning Guild Emerging Tech Errata Ethno/Anthro Film Firefox From the land of "I wonder."

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): A Collection of Top Ten Lists / Predictions Posts (feel free to add your own!)

Mark Oehlert

The first stop MUST be the Learning Circuits Blog "Big Question" The top Enterprise Web 2.0 stories of 2007 (Dion Hinchcliffe) Highlight: Widgets, gadgets, and roaming desktops on the Web showed enterprises how portals should really work as well as be dis-intermediated. 12 predictions for Enterprise Web 2.0 " Web achievements 101: Things to do before you die Highlight: "Get publicly slammed by Dave Winer. books futures Web 2.0

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The Continuing Evolution of the On-Demand Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The one-to-many Web 1.0 It was followed by the many-to-many Web 2.0 , where individuals could easily share content and opinions with each other. Complex Systems Economic Issues Innovation Political Issues Services Innovation Society and Culture Technology and StrategyThe past few years have seen the rise of what’s been variously referred to as the on-demand, collaborative, sharing, or peer-to-peer economy.

Sexting Apps Versus Helping Cure Cancer

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Ms Lu is a very good writer, storyteller and ethnographer , i.e., a kind of cultural anthropologist. Her article chronicles what she calls the Smart Kids and their Sexting Apps culture of Silicon Valley, a youth bubble combined with “a frenzied bubble of app-making and an even vaguer dread that what we are making might not be that meaningful.” . One is the youth culture. there is a basic cultural disconnect. What they care about is coming up with more web apps.” .

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6 Use Cases for Enterprise Micro-Blogging

Dan Pontefract

Twitter has revolutionized the art of succinct, focused online chats … in this case using Web 2.0 content curation Culture curation HR hr 2.0 You're reading fresh content from Dan Pontefract at Brave New Org: As I’ve said before , micro-blogging inside an organization could be coined the ‘ liquid knowledge network ‘ There is so much to like about it.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): The Tool Kit Edition

Mark Oehlert

100 websites you should know and use (via the TED Blog ) 13 Online Generators for Web 2.0 books futures Web 2.0 Belly laughs, guffaws and chuckles Blogging Books Catch Up Collaboration Conference News Cool Tools Copyright and Patent Gold & BS Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks Culture Current Affairs design e-Learning Resources e-Learning/e-Teaching eco EduPatents eLearning Guild Emerging Tech Errata Ethno/Anthro Film Firefox From the land of "I wonder."

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Imagination as a Journey of Survival and Discovery

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Fewer still not only survive but are able to transform their culture and re-invent themselves to the degree IBM did. But beyond that, he also dealt with IBM’s culture. . his excellent book about his years at IBM, Gerstner wrote about the culture he found when he first got to IBM: “… all the assets that the company needed to succeed were in place. Answers to these questions began to take shape as the Web continued to evolve toward its Web 2.0 , social networking phase.

The ‘Occupy IT’ Movement of Organizations

Dan Pontefract

” In the Web 2.0 “ Most important is the culture ,” says Tim Bray when referring to IT and how it must reverse trajectory when designing and implementing enterprise systems. The company also fundamentally reshapes its culture to refocus on clients and to be more agile, responsive and collaborative. CIO Culture IT leadership organization technology

The Collaborative, Sharing Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In the first phase, the Web made lots of information accessible to individuals, but control remained primarily in the hands of institutions. This one-to-many Web 1.0 Web 2.0 This is a major cultural, as well as business step. Complex Systems Economic Issues Innovation Management and Leadership Political Issues Services Innovation Society and Culture

Social Business in the Age of the Customer

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Starting about a decade ago with the rise of Web 2.0 , we have seen the explosive growth of social media technologies, - e.g., blogs, wikis and podcasts, - as well as platforms like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube with hundreds of millions of users. Many companies are still struggling with this major cultural transition. Social Media is one of the hallmarks of our digital age, enabling individuals and communities to create and share user-generated content.

Reciprocity: The Word of 2011

Dan Pontefract

With all conceptions of Web 2.0 charging full steam ahead within our organizations and institutions, parading as Enterprise 2.0, Social Business and Learning 2.0, Let us first assert that a culture of sharing, giving, collaborating and learning is one in which we all (regardless of side or historical belief) will benefit and prosper from. Culture leadership organization reciprocity collaboration