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Hello everyone! As you can see above, I have updated my map of the complexity sciences. My current edits are based on my autumn sabbatical at Durham University, in the UK. I have spent a lot of time working with and talking to complexity scientists from as far ranging fields as quantum mechanics and neuroscience to business administration and health care to philosophy and the arts--all of which has led to my new version. First, I have included the field of visual complexity .
In my nearly two decades as an information architect, I’ve seen my clients flush away millions upon millions of dollars on worthless, pointless, “fix it once and for all” website redesigns. All types of organizations are guilty: large government agencies, Fortune 500s, not-for-profits and (especially) institutions of higher education. Worst of all, these offending organizations are prone to repeating the redesign process every few years like spendthrift amnesiacs. Remember what Einstein said about insanity?
A few months ago I put up a post on the many faces of social CRM which basically looked at how various organizations are visually explaining and describing social CRM. I thought it would be interesting to take a similar look at Enterprise 2.0. Below are the visuals found, I’m curious to hear about which ones you think make the most sense, are easy to understand, and which ones just don’t hold any water. by Dion Hinchcliffe
PROLOGUE. Web "participatif", "collaboratif", "contributif", voilà 3 termes qui, depuis l'avènement du web dit "2.0" sont souvent indistinctement et abusivement employés. D'après le trésor de la langue française : la "contribution" peut être définie comme la " part apportée à une oeuvre commune ".