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Enterprise 2.0: I’m a Believer

Seeing as this is my first post for the AIIM Enterprise 2.0 community, I wanted to step back and get a bit confessional so that you all out there can get a feel for where I’m coming from, both in terms of my general approach to Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) as well as the perspective I’ll be bringing to my posts here

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Enterprise 2.0 Will Never be Dial Tone

But one constant through all of these conversations is the challenge of quantifying the impact of E2.0 on the organization

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Enterprise 2.0 Tweetjam: Summary and complete discussion

To me, it sums up the confusing, and exciting, nature of this Enterprise 2.0 journey that we're all on currently

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Who the $%^&^% cares about the ROI of Enterprise 2.0?

Who the $%^&^% cares about the ROI of Enterprise 2.0? This is from the Chart of the Day on Twitte r -- www.twitter.com/chartoftheday This chart -- showing the global minutes spent per month on social media vs. e-mail and showing the inflection point in November 2007 with an ever-widening gap since then -- tells me all I need to know about the importance of calculating the ROI of Enterprise 2.0 initiatives

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Enterprise 2.0 Implementations Limit Collaborative ROI

Enterprise 2.0 implementations are limiting our collaborative efforts. E2.0 has brought social and collaborative computing to organizations in an effort support knowledge work and innovation, but by not thinking beyond the software that resides in the box - customers are unknowingly limiting the value that the tools are able to provide

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Sensei of E2.0 - Quantifiable Benefits of Evangelism

How much impact is made when an organization engages an E2.0 evangelist?...The basic functions of E2.0 can continue to move along, but the most powerful "ah ha!

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Three Rules of Zero Calorie Donuts - "Unregulated Collaboration with Built-in Governance"

What if it was possible to enjoy all of the benefits of Enterprise 2.0, instant ad-hoc collaboration, but suffer none of the downside related to approvals and governance processes? To maximize ROI from Enterprise 2.0 collaborative technologies people should be able to create online workspaces without as needed

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4 Keys to Enterprise 2.0 Success

Oscar Berg explores this concept in his latest Enterprise 2.0 Community blog post “ How to Design for Adoption &rdquo

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Apply Enterprise 2.0 to Business Processes to Reveal Its Value

In June I attended the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston

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ROI for E2.0 – Money Talks

Recently there have been a number of blogs and articles written on the Return on Investment (ROI) for Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) solutions as these systems have gained popularity and a foothold in companies

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