12 September 2008

Enterprise 2.0...in a nutshell

I have just come across the best overview of Enterprise 2.0 that I have seen so far. It is written as a presentation by Stephen Collins at acidlabs. This is a man I need to learn more about.

His article could probably have mentioned the way the implementation of Web 2.0 tools into an organisation needs to be more organic and adaptive to the needs of the company in an evolutionary fashion, but apart from that I am very impressed.

It's a long read, but well worth it. Go on...you know you want to!

2 comments :

Stephen Collins said...

Stuart, thanks for the kind words. I'm glad you liked it. That particular version was for a very specific, highly technical audience. The "organic and adaptive" was suppressed a little in favor of "not a danger to your jobs" in this particular case.

I'd be more than glad for a chat online or off any time.

Stuart French said...

Thanks Stephen.

Actually that is a good point. I have notices several times the response some people have had to the openness inherent in Enterprise 2.0. Hard to hoard knowledge if you are only one spoke in the wheel of it's creation.

I did like your focus that Enterprise 2.0 is not a magic bullet. I mentioned the same thing in my ARK presentation this week.

I will keep an eye on your Doppler and chase you up soon for a chat.

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