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Outlining Your Enterprise Social Collaboration Strategy

So here is, in a nutshell, what I tell people on how to begin defining their enterprise social collaboration strategy: Start the conversation inside your organization

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Riding the Enterprise Social Collaboration Wave

Additionally, the challenge is to ensure that enterprise social collaboration addresses the business benefits of the organization and provides substantial ROI without sacrificing the sometimes business-divergent social needs of the users

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Enterprise Social Graph - Automate Personalized Knowledge Base Creation

Just as "you may know" functionality is pervasive across commercial social platforms, "relevant answers" functionality is easily obtainable from an enterprise social graphing platform

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Enterprise Social Graphs - Techniques to Avoid Disruption and Maximize Value

There is a common misconception that enabling social activity graphs within corporate communities will somehow save us from information overload, exposing only relevant information to help get our jobs done and helping us to make important discoveries within our networks. Unfortunately,...

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Knowledge Kaizen with Yammer and SharePoint

In order to maintain a healthy, business aligned and valuable knowledge platform, there is a need to have clear alignment across all knowledge sources on an on-going basis, for a typical large organisation this can be spread across: Knowledge Collaboration Enterprise Social. For the purpose of this blog post, let’s assume that these services will be delivered by SharePoint (knowledge and collaboration) and Yammer (Enterprise Social) and yes I know that there is cross-over between those platforms

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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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Must we stop using the social networking analogy to explain enterprise 2.0 ?

What should we learn from that : - the difference between web 2.0 and enterprise 2.0, social networks and enterprise social networks is not in the product but in usage scenarios in context

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