At the moment - the state of this blog is as much a collection of interesting blog references on the subject as they are my posts. The development has continued on:

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Enterprise 2.0 resources

Wow, this list can be big, and it preferably should be structured into categories/headings like: Defintions, Purpose/Objectives, People - Technology, Organizational Enablers, etc.

This list is in no way complete .... want to extend? - be my guest....

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Secret behind Google Buzz

From: The Secret Behind Google Buzz

"...The ability to give localized, relevant search results that change based on your social graph is the biggest opportunities that lies ahead of Google. The first thing that achieve is Buzz is that now everyone are running to update their Google profiles with their links to their Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and the rest of their social links.
Suddenly, Google has what they always wanted – a complete and accurate social graph of the all world. Add the fact that they can now also data mine all these links and build the most sophisticated behavioral profile of each one of us, and you can start to understand the huge potential this can have on search and its associated advertising....."

Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Über-Connected Organization: A Mandate for 2010 - The Conversation - Harvard Business Review

The Über-Connected Organization: A Mandate for 2010 - The Conversation - Harvard Business Review

Recent research provides evidence that there are business benefits to becoming an über-connected organization:
  • Access to social media improves productivity.
  • Millennials will seek jobs that encourage the use of social media.
  • Companies that provide access to social media create a more engaged workforce.
Companies who want to attract and recruit the best talent will realize becoming über-connected will be a business imperative. The journey starts with asking yourself three questions:
  1. What business benefits are you trying to solve?
  2. Who needs to be involved in the coalition to become über-connected?
  3. What type of change management plan needs to be put into place?

Thursday, January 28, 2010

The Wisdom of Crowds

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The average Toyota employee Contributes more than 100 improvement ideas each year. That quickly adds up to millions of ideas. Certainly most of them are incremental ideas, in fact, most of them probably are not even new ideas. But while the actual ideas are important, even more important is the culture In which this spirit is nurtured.
  • It is not only a matter of innovation, but also recognition, rewarding and job commitment. This is pure Management."

The World is Flat by Thomas L. Friedman