Enterprise 2.0, Where Art Thou?

Luis Suarez

Design, Change Management, Social Network Analysis , Wirearchy , and, specially, Employee Engagement , which I realise won’t be a new subject per se, since I have blogged about it for a good while already, but I still feel there is a lot more to share across and talk about. 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 transition

Harold Jarche

The E20 Meetup in Paris today discussed the role of “Organizational Development” (OD) and “Human Ressource Management” (HR) in the Enterprise 2.0 What are the obstacles in the Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 We need to integrate democratic organizing principles into our discussions on Enterprise 2.0 Designing a new work system is only part of the solution; it merely sets the stage.

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Enterprise 2.0 the Indian Way

Andy McAfee

Ashok is the head of the Web 2.0 Among his many other responsibilities, Ashok has been one of the point people for Enterprise 2.0 Ashok told me that he started trying to make progress in this area by rolling out, enterprise-wide, a tool that would let people ask and answer questions. They skipped the constrained pilot and went enterprise-wide right away. Now, in some important ways TCS is pretty well positioned to succeed with 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

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.

Is Enterprise 2.0 a crock?

Jay Cross

Yesterday I attended the Enterprise 2.0 Next up was a panel session entitled “Is Enterprise 2.0 None of them thought Enterprise 2.0 The panel addressed Enterprise 2.0’s “We are shifting from waterfall design to agile development.&# “We’re providing tools and technology to support change agents.&# “This makes it easier for people to share and learn things.&# Booz is employing enterprise 2.0

Mobile and design are shifting to the center of technology and work

Ross Dawson

The Australian newspaper yesterday featured an article titled Mobile exposes need for design skills, programming languages: Ross Dawson based on an interview with myself and Alan Patterson, CEO of the Australian Computer Society , which is organizing the conference. The article begins: THE rise of mobile technology was accentuating the necessity for strong design skills and higher level programming languages, a leading futurist predicts. design Enterprise 2.0

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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 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. These questions are designed to reveal what kind of person a respondent is, and what kind of colleague she’d be.

Forget the Technology - Is Your Organization's Environment Enterprise 2.0? (McAfee)

Mark Oehlert

This is a BRILLIANT point and quite possibly the most important one in the realm of implementing Enterprise 2.0. He is spot on target when he argues that not ALL enterprise systems have to be or should be freeform but there should be SOME system "in which employees and other constituencies could come together as equals to decide what topics were important for the company, and how to attack them." Tags: enterprise 2.0

If Your Enterprise Social Network Is a Ghost Town It’s Probably Due To Your Corporate Culture

Dan Pontefract

We deployed our enterprise social network last year, but it’s a ghost town. They’re windowless and the carpets look as though designers around the world have colluded with one another to see who can come up with the most bizarre patterns possible. In part, it’s why enterprise social networks haven’t fully become a crucial component to an organization’s operating practice. Behaviour Culture employee engagement enterprise 2.0

The future of offices: facilitating interaction and making work fun

Ross Dawson

We can now gather immense amounts of data about people and human interactions that help us design workplaces that are highly productive. Collaboration Enterprise 2.0 Last week I was interviewed on the Daily Edition TV program about the future of offices. Click on the image below to see a video of the interview. A few of the things we covered in the interview: * Two key developments are transforming work and offices: increased connectivity and automation of jobs. *

Keynote slides: Creating Massively Successful Networked Organizations

Trends in the Living Networks

I have just completed the day two opening keynote at Connected Enterprise 2012 , following Brian Solis ‘s day one keynote. As always, the slides are designed to accompany my presentation, not to stand alone, so are provided for the audience at the event and any others who may find them useful nonetheless. Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration Enterprise 2.0

APIs are enabling an unprecedented flow of innovation

Ross Dawson

As always, note that my slides are designed to support my presentation and not to stand alone, but still may be of interest to people who did not attend my keynote. Cloud Enterprise 2.0 On Tuesday I had the great pleasure and honor of doing the opening keynote at the APIDays Sydney conference, the first API ( Application Programming Interface ) conference in Australia, excellently organized by Saul Caganoff of SixTree.

Timeframes for the future of work: trends and uncertainties in this decade and beyond

Ross Dawson

They are designed to uncover the underlying themes that are shaping change, not describing ephemera. Enterprise 2.0 I recently ran an internal workshop on the future of work for a large company. In the next couple of years it will shift its headquarters into a new building and adopt Activity Based Working across the organization.

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Study: Decentralized organizations will win, especially in challenging times

Ross Dawson

As we shift to more volatile and challenging industry conditions, organizations that have well-structured and designed distributed decision-making will win. Business relationships Enterprise 2.0 For decades management theorists have argued over whether and when organizations should be centralized or decentralized.

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Social networks and engineering serendipity in the workplace

Trends in the Living Networks

was that employees who ate at cafeteria tables designed for 12 were more productive than those at tables for four, thanks to more chance conversations and larger social networks. If you just think of serendipity as an interaction with an unintended outcome, you can orchestrate pleasant surprises,” says Scott Doorley, a creative director at Stanford University’s Institute of Design. This requires the design of a network structure in which nodes (e.g.

My Views on Learnist, the latest ‘social learning’ venture

Dan Pontefract

Brought to you by the makers of Grockit – an online social learning test prep service for items such as GMAT, SAT, ACT and GRE – Learnist is an attempt to crowd-source knowledge, information and content into a manner that is a cross between Web 2.0 An individual can electronically grab photos, videos, articles, blogs and facts from all sorts of Web 2.0 Learnist provides the opportunity for all of us to become educators, instructional designers or passionate pedagogists.

New Prezi: The 45 elements of the Future of the CIO framework

Trends in the Living Networks

Since in many cases the frameworks are designed to distil the key ideas in a domain into a single graphic, they can provide a valuable lattice and flow for the ideas in a presentation. As for all of my visual presentations, note that it is designed to go with my keynote speech, and is NOT intended to be useful for people who have not attended the presentation. Cloud Enterprise 2.0

Keynote slides: Crowds and the future of creativity and innovation

Trends in the Living Networks

As always, be aware that my slides are intended as visual support to my presentation, and are not designed to be meaningful on their own. Organizational network analysis helps us to design more innovative companies and business ecosystems. Crowdsourcing Enterprise 2.0 Earlier this month I gave the opening keynote at Crowdsourcing Week on Connecting the Crowd: The Future of Creativity and Innovation. Here are the slides for my keynote.

Google Atmosphere: The future of the enterprise and the economy of individuals

Trends in the Living Networks

Below is the 2 minute summary video of the event, giving a flavor for the rich ideas shared on the future of the enterprise. It is the most useful way of understanding how economies will evolve, and how to design organizations that will thrive in years to come. The post Google Atmosphere: The future of the enterprise and the economy of individuals appeared first on Trends in the Living Networks. Enterprise 2.0

Keynote slides: Building Success in a Connected World

Trends in the Living Networks

The usual disclaimers apply: these slides are designed to accompany my presentation and not to stand alone. Cloud Crowdsourcing Enterprise 2.0 Keynote speaker SME Technology Social media Social networks Twitter Web 2.0Tomorrow morning I give the breakfast keynote at Think Business 2011 , making it my third keynote this week.

Social Media and the Future: Keynote slides at CIO Summit

Trends in the Living Networks

As always, my keynote slides are shared with the proviso that they are designed to accompany my presentation and are NOT intended to be useful on their own. Enterprise 2.0 Future of work Keynote speaker Social media Social networks Web 2.0This afternoon I am giving a keynote on Social Media and the Future at the Australian CIO Summit in the Gold Coast. Here are the slides from my presentation.

Keynote slides: The Power of Social Media and Future Organizations

Trends in the Living Networks

The usual disclaimer: the slides are designed to accompany my presentation and not to be viewed by themselves, but you still might find them interesting. Enterprise 2.0 Future of work Keynote speaker Professional services Social media Twitter Web 2.0This morning I am giving the external keynote at a closed conference for senior client executives run by a major professional services firm.

Why microblogging has moved to the heart of enterprise social initiatives

Trends in the Living Networks

When I wrote Implementing Enterprise 2.0 Intriguingly, I am hearing that some companies are using Twitter as a free enterprise microblogging platform, using protected accounts. If I had to pick out a single reason as to why microblogging has moved to the heart of enterprise social initiatives, it would be reflected in the quote the AFR used: microblogging is the closest we have to human conversation, which is at the center of organizational value in the knowledge economy.

Workshop content: Creating results using social media – the HR perspective

Trends in the Living Networks

As reflected in the slides, we will use three of our frameworks to provide multiple perspectives on creating value for organizations using social media: our Social Media Strategy Framework to provide the external view, the Enterprise 2.0 The primary handout for attendees will be a large chunk of my book on Implementing Enterprise 2.0. Designing external social media initiatives to maximise benefits and manage risks. Enterprise 2.0

Using social media to track and drive organizational success metrics

Trends in the Living Networks

Deloitte’s success with enterprise micro-blog Yammer led to Yammer asking Deloitte if they could create a case study. Discovering this can be vital in organizational development and design. Enterprise 2.0 Future of work Social media Social networks Uncategorized Web 2.0This week I was MC for the AHRI HR Technology conference , and ran one of the workshops on the following day, on Creating Results Using Social Media.

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. Enterprise 2.0 The topic of my presentation was The Future of Learning , giving a big picture view to kick off their series. This is a brief description of my presentation: Challenges for organizations are mounting from intense global competition, empowered consumers, and generational shifts.

My Views on Learnist, the latest ‘social learning’ venture

Dan Pontefract

Brought to you by the makers of Grockit – an online social learning test prep service for items such as GMAT, SAT, ACT and GRE – Learnist is an attempt to crowd-source knowledge, information and content into a manner that is a cross between Web 2.0 An individual can electronically grab photos, videos, articles, blogs and facts from all sorts of Web 2.0 Learnist provides the opportunity for all of us to become educators, instructional designers or passionate pedagogists.

11 recommendations to create the future of government

Trends in the Living Networks

A few quick comments on the recommendations copied below: * For anyone exposed to Government 2.0 ideas, some of the recommendations are fairly obvious and straightforward, such as using social tools to facilitate collaborative and flexible work, and making public sector information available (see my earlier post on Government 2.0 The Government should embrace the recommendations and proposals from the Government 2.0 Task Force and ensure that the tools and platforms of Web 2.0

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

Trends in the Living Networks

If you absolutely need to do things like run big spreadsheets, do sophisticated design, and so on, you will need something bigger, or you can simply wait until you’re back at a desktop computer. Cloud Enterprise 2.0 When I posted a little while back about using an external keyboard with the iPad , I promised to share how I use the iPad for work.

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

Trends in the Living Networks

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

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 - [.] The tyrrany of the abstract symbolic New seminar programme iPad How Long Before We Start Taking More Seriously Both Privacy and Security in Enterprise 2.0?

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7 Shifts: The Future of Social Media and Internal Communications

Trends in the Living Networks

The promise of social search will finally bear fruit, with for once enterprise technology moving ahead of consumer tech. As companies virtualise, using workers and contractors around the world, work processes will be designed to be used equally well by people both inside and outside the organisation. Ross Dawson is Chairman of international consulting firm Advanced Human Technologies and author of books including Implementing Enterprise 2.0. Enterprise 2.0

New Prezi: The Transformation of Business

Trends in the Living Networks

As usual my disclaimer is that the slides are designed to accompany my presentation and not to stand alone, however they might be of interest and value even if you haven’t attended one of my keynotes. Enterprise 2.0 I am always trying to get better at using visuals to support my keynotes and presentations. I use many videos, and we have created quite a few Flash animations that I embed into Powerpoint to make them more dynamic.

Australia's top 25 business blogs ranked by traffic

Trends in the Living Networks

Just Creative Design (Jacob Cass): 21,866. Enterprise 2.0 Social media Web 2.0SmartCompany has released a nice list of Australia's 25 top business blogs , created by Brad Howarth. With the list is a useful article running through the highlights of the blogs on the list, including why these leading businesses blog, the value they get from it, how they go about it, and far more. There is also a number of good points on the keys to running a success blog.

Finally a great E20 tool - and people play the social card!

Martijn Linssen

Im only kidding about "great E20 tool" there of course) A double post by Dennis Howlett on Tibcos Tibbr and a few others by a few others led me to write this one - not many people get it, it seems Enterprise 2.0 tibbr is the poster child for Enterprise 2.0, tibbr is literally about applying Web 2.0 technology design principles to enterprise systems. E20 was about technology, but very strict technology : Not examples of Enterprise 2.0

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Google+ may miss the big opportunity: spanning internal and external social networks

Trends in the Living Networks

It appears that the implicit view is that if you have a Google Apps account, you are an enterprise, and everyone with an email account in that Apps account is primarily an employee of that organization. So does that mean that Google+ will be implemented differently in Google Apps, so that it is designed as an enterprise social network? Facebook, for many reasons, is not well positioned to move into enterprise social networks, and probably doesn’t want to.

I Know It When I See It

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet I Know It When I See It by Andrew McAfee on January 27, 2009 More and more often these days I get asked “Does [offering X] from [vendor Y] qualify as an Enterprise 2.0 Whose products at present come closest to enabling Web 2.0-style collaboration and interaction in enterprise environments? The Web as a whole, and especially the Web 2.0 In the case of Enterprise 2.0,

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

Harold Jarche » The Age of Dissonance

Harold Jarche

Judging by the Cover…

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet Judging by the Cover… by Andrew McAfee on May 1, 2009 In the interests of naked self-promotion I wanted to show off the cover to my book Enterprise 2.0 : New Collaborative Tools for Your Organization’s Toughest Challenges , which will be published this fall by Harvard Business School Press. Looks like an explosion when the idea for 2.0

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