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From Early Stage VC, Peter Rip post about, "So What Does Web 2.0 in the Enterprise Look Like?
History can help us answer this question. If you are old enough to remember a world before PCs, then you have an unfair advantage. (Nice feeling for a change, huh?) You have seen history repeat twice and are likely to see it happen again. The answer is The Dominant IT Company defines the landscape for Enterprise IT. Everyone else follows.
"Are CEOs A Tech Gap in Themselves? You Bet" by Bruce Nussbaum, BusinessWeek
"The more I listen and learn, the more I'm convinced that members of the
For the last several months I've been busy implementing social web applications in organizations. The tools we use are based almost exclusively on open source software. Funny, right now on cnbc, the "Hot Topic" is about web 2.0 and social networks. Everyone it seems is defining web 2.0 and social networks.
One of our mantra's is about...
Inside organizations, we have the longtail of ideas and information that needs to be connected to people, places, and things. The longtail, or maybe the edge, is where some of the best ideas originate to improve performance. I haven't read a book in some time but Chris's new book about the longtail will certainly be one that motivates me enough to buy it and read it.
One of my regular reads comes out with this handy annual trend-watching tool. Most of the trends are connected to the net and imply a great deal of social networking software. If you're a manager you really need to be asking yourself, what am I doing today to participate in these trends that are already unfolding?
If you know our site, you know our mantra is "ideas are everywhere". With this in mind, making meaning constantly evolves. We use our own tools to connect, engage, and share ideas and information. So everybody - meaning scales - is tied into the concentric circles (individual, team, group, department, division, organization, and outside) of emergent thinking to make meaning. Through this connectedness of meaning the organization performs better and leaves little doubt about what needs to be done.
Free business development ideas on innovation and open collaboration. We strongly believe greats ideas are everywhere - even outside the company walls. Both, innovation and open collaboration, are great processes that demand a framework, say, a social network system or a community application approach.
In a new book,"Peripheral Vision: Detecting the Weak Signals That Will Make or Break Your Company ", author George Day and co-author Paul Schoemaker make the case for open minded management. Mr.