Steve Bailey wrote a book called "Managing the Crowd: Rethinking Records Management for the Web 2.0 World" a couple of years ago where he raised some of those issues, but he readily acknowledged that he didn't have all the answers
How can we recognize an enterprise 2.0 and say "they did it, they're an example to follow" ?...And it was years before social media became maintream, before the rise of web 2.0
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Like E2.0 or Web 2.0, KM 2.0 seems to be more about aggregating unstructured information with structured data (perhaps in a community, portal, team space, etc…)
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
We hardly qualify as an "Enterprise" but that hasn't meant that we haven't marched forward with our Enterprise 2.0 implementation and already realized benefits from it...Is it possible to have an Enterprise 2.0 deployment in a small company?
Do they involve "social media," "Web 2.0," "new media," "mobile," "enterprise 2.0," or "collaboration?
I am not too old for Web 2.0!
There are many business benefits for Enterprise 2.0 adoption, the primary among these (at least in the current economic environment) seems to me to be productivity