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Knowledge Management, Enterprise Collaboration and Wiki

By now everybody knows that wiki and social media foster collaboration. The sad truth is that these tools also lack framework and structure needed in the corporate world. They also lack motivation to stay the course and NOT to turn work- and learning-related communication channel into a virtual...

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Looking Ahead to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Given the rise of enterprise collaboration and its emerging role in healthcare, there are a number of proposals I encourage you to review

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Bleeding Edge HR

In my travels, I work with a lot of organizations on social media (SM) and enterprise collaboration, whether as part of dedicated Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) projects or under the umbrella of broader content and process management initiatives

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Blue 2.0

A cloudy, unreliable crystal ball Now I’ll be the first to admit that the use of SM and enterprise collaboration techniques and tools among CPG and manufacturing organizations is still in the early stages of emergence. So it’s not possible to point to tried-and-true best practices or sure bets for how to leverage line worker knowledge with SM and enterprise collaboration. But given the what I’m seeing at organizations out in the field and where SM and enterprise collaboration technology is going in general, we can hazard a few educated guesses

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Knowledge Management Using Enterprise Wiki, Collaboration And Social Media? Absolutely!

Few people would argue that to be effective knowledge management must involve collaboration and engagement techniques. Using enterprise wiki, social media and other already existing tools might be an effective way to win over employees and build a reliable knowledge management environment....

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The Next Layer of Social

Analysts and pundits love to talk about changes in the fabric of enterprise technology as if new entries are popping in out of nowhere, like a light switch being turned on. We were making due with steel and flint, and then suddenly….someone invents matches. And then a blow torch. And then...

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Breaking through the Coasean Floor

In James Q. Wilson's 1989 book Bureaucracy , Wilson repeatedly mentions Ronald Coase and his 1937 paper 'The Nature of the Firm' regarding the value of the hierarchical organization, in which Coase identified that while workers could contract with each other in a market ...

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Our Need for the New

I'm sitting in the New Zealand Air lounge in Auckland on my way back to the States after a couple weeks on the road presenting at the Australian and New Zealand SharePoint Conferences, thinking about a recurring theme from both conferences: is it necessary to upgrade to the latest version? ...

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