The Challenge of Internal Communications I recently joined a local roundtable group here in Seattle made up of business leaders focused on the challenges of internal business communications. In preparing for our first meeting the organizers asked that we each name our most pressing...
There is no longer a day, a conference, a note, which refers to the enterprise 2.0 and the tremendous changes that will made from collaborative applications, augmented reality, production in the cloud, etc
It is more than a week without a new article on Enterprise 2.0, collaboration, enterprise social networking, corporate social business, etc
These trends are closely bound to what Enterprise 2.0 technologies are designed to facilitate
They are examples of creative thinking powered by Enterprise 2.0 strategies that can supply value to any organization
The issue of volume management is essential and should not be seen from a single point of view IT, accounting or legal. Enterprise 2.0 aim to be human centric . By putting people at the heart of its processes and thus constantly calling its employees, partners and customers to the participation and collaboration, the 2.0 model contributes largely to the explosion of content that it must then manage for its best interests but also deal with constraints
How can we recognize an enterprise 2.0 and say "they did it, they're an example to follow" ?
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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