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Looking Ahead to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference

The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is still more than five months away, but conference organizers are already hard at work crafting a terrific agenda. With more than 320 papers submitted for presentation, the conference’s main theme of “Open Collaboration” is being put into practice as the E20 Community across the world discusses the virtues of each proposal and casts their vote

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Enterprise 2.0 Failure: My Story

The consulting firm Booz | Allen | Hamilton gets a lot of well deserved attention for their use of Enterprise 2.0 to extend the usefulness of their intranet , Hello.bah. They're mainstays at the Enterprise 2.0 conferences and one of the great success stories

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Make It Work: One Key to Enterprise 2.0 Adoption

That’s the formula for success in Enterprise 2.0 adoption. Implementing Enterprise 2.0 means creating tools and processes to replace tools and processes people are already using

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Enterprise 2.0 Isn't About Social Business, It's Just About Business

Last night, while flying home from the Enterprise 2.0 Conference - Santa Clara , I thought about all of the sessions I attended, the people I spoke with, the demos I watched, and I kept thinking back to something that Dawn Lacallade said in her presentation on Wednesday afternoon: "If you want your Enterprise 2.0 efforts to be successful, you have to use words other people understand and care about

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Not just best practice – next practice!

Last year I wrote about the 2009 Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston: -- Paula Thornton had an interesting post today – in reference to the conference – about “reinventing silos” that I find thought provoking

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Enterprise 2.0 at the crossroads : when enthusiasm meets rationalism

These last days I attended the famous Enterprise 2.0 conference and my experience was like a learning journey since, from the first to the last day, I have the impression to have traveled from the "it's about people" world to the "people are employees" one. To make it short, my very first session was a brilliant workshop about best practices in E20 adoption led by the 2.0 adoption council and the last was a session also ran by the Council where attendees could express which of their expectations were not met by the conference agenda

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