Collaboration: The 10 principles to apply before investing in collaboration tools. Collaboration is a hot topic in business today.
Companies are recognising that effective collaboration is critical to future business success. Many are hoping that if they just buy collaboration technology, a miracle will happen, and they will become collaborative companies. The bad news is: they won’t! Companies need to develop their collaborative capabilities first, implementing collaboration tools. Otherwise the old saying will apply… Old (Un-collaborative) Organisation + New (Collaboration) Technology = Expensive Old (Un-collaborative) Organisation! Manager 2.0, un poste qui va disparaître ? The Collaborative Organization: How to Make Employee Networks Really Work - The Magazine - MIT Sloan Management Review. When should a company “nickel-and-dime” customers by charging separately for various extras, and when is it better to combine all of the charges into one total price?
It depends on a variety of factors, such as whether customers comparison shop, whether they are more sensitive to the prices of some components (delivery) than to others, whether the price of one component is small or large relative to the others, and whether the company controls the costs and quality of a particular component. Top 10 Use Cases Enterprise Microsharing Will Help You Get Less Email. I have always wondered when would articles like eMarketer‘s "Social Not a Threat to E-Mail" grab that opportunity of providing a bit more of extensive details on the transition that email is currently going through at the moment moving away from being, consistently, that content repository that fits, and suits all sorts of interactions, to that messaging and notification system, a la newsfeed aggregator, that plenty of people prefer in order to keep up to date with social software tools updates.
I bet we would all be much better off. Also thinking that using email, versus social tools, to keep in touch with other family members sounds like a good approach to me. It should remain a private conversation to some extent, don’t you think so? At least, that’s how I use a large chunk of my personal emails at the moment. Six Counterintuitive Truths About Enterprise 2.0 Adoption. A CMSWire post summed up collaboration adoption in one neat sentence recently: if it were that easy, we’d all be doing it—well .
It isn’t. We aren’t. How come? Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0. The "real" Enterprise 2.0 is not a technology or marketing plan, but the reinvention of the enterprise itself.
It's a rethinking of the structure, process, culture and even, in some cases, the very purpose of the enterprise. With technology erasing barriers to participation and communication, we're seeing a change in the nature of how we go about running an organization. How Social Media Is Changing Enterprise 2.0 The phenomenon of social media is starting to have a very significant impact on how we think about work.
Nextmodernity » Blog Archive » Comment avancer dans vos projets. L’Entreprise 2.0 expliquée à nos managers en 10 principes « Heav. Entreprise 2.0 : Les promesses du management moderne enfin tenue. November 11, 2009 (English version available) All organizations say routinely ‘People are our greatest asset’.
Community and social computing. Per Rachel Happe's post on the value of community management, I wanted to share some thoughts on the value that the role of a community manager can bring to a community and to a business sponsoring the community.
These are excerpts from the chapter on community and social experience management in my book (Social Networking for Business, Wharton School Press, 2010). Hopefully they stand alone, although the chapter provides relationships to the bigger picture. Réseaux sociaux dans l’entreprise.fr : les 5 obstacles culturels. Practical Advice for 2010 on 2.0 Adoption. As a year-end wrap-up, I asked a few of The 2.0 Adoption Council members to contribute some random words of advice on succeeding with 2.0 adoption.
Happy New Year from Alex McKnight, Bert Sandie, Bob Singletary, Claire Flanagan, Dennis Pearce, Erik Britt-Webb, Greg Lowe, Greg Matthews, Jim Worth, Kevin Crossman, Kevin Jones, Mary Maida, Megan Murray, Rawn Shah, and Roy Wilsker. We all wish you tremendous success with your own 2.0 adoption in 2010! Planning. Management 2.0 : Leaders. Adoption Can’t Be Driven: Enterprise 2.0. By Paula Thornton The wagons are circling…around the wrong campfire.
Clearly, adoption is an important part of Enterprise 2.0 efforts. The FASTforward Blog team believes it’s significant enough that we’re shifing our focus to the topic. But the language of adoption for 2.0 is broken: Blog Muse : système expérimental IBM pour animer les blogs d’ent. Outils collaboratifs : entre syndromes du canard et de Paris. Vers l’entreprise 2.0 : E2.0 evangelists : the Revolutionaries and the Evolutionaries « This is a question I love to ask in the Enterprise 2.0 interviews : Broadly speaking, one can say that there are 2 types of Enterprise 2.0 activists.
The revolutionaries and evolutionaries. The formers believe that collaborative platforms are disruptive technology that will deeply change the organisations. The latter think this is an incremental evolution that will just fill up some communication holes that are not covered in organisation 1.0. Where would you stand ? 8 Guiding Principles for Pilot Programs: A Key for Enterprise 2. In my Implementing Enterprise 2.0 report I put Iterate and Refine at the center of the Enterprise 2.0 Implementation Framework. One of the most critical elements of this principle is the ability to establish and run effective pilot programs. Below is an excerpt from Chapter 17 of Implementing Enterprise 2.0 on Pilots, which describes 8 guiding principles for pilot programs. While there are no hard and fast rules for establishing successful pilots, eight guiding principles that should be kept in mind are: “It is reasonably cheap and easy to get a pilot up and running to evaluate how successful a new Technology will be.
Fail fast, fail cheap. How Enterprise 2.0 nurtures employees engagement « Hypertextual. Towers Perrin has published the results of a Global Workforce Survey they made about employees engagement. The survey has involved about 90,000 people over 18 countries. The objective was to rate the level of engagement of the people in their work. People are split into 4 groups depending on their level of engagement : Engaged: Those giving full discretionary effort, with high scores on all three dimensions.Enrolled: The partly engaged, with higher scores on the rational and motivational dimensions, but less connected emotionally.Disenchanted: The partly disengaged, with lower scores on all three components of engagement, especially the emotional connection.Disengaged: Those who have disconnected rationally, emotionally and motivationally.
The Content Economy by Oscar Berg: Authentic concerns about soci. InShare0 This is the first in a series of blog posts where I will address authentic concerns about social media that I have encountered. Here comes the first one: "What would it look like if everybody would say what's on their minds? " The secret second reason why your intranet news goes unread. How to tell when Enterprise 2.0 is not appropriate for your orga. May 26, 2010 As Enterprise 2.0 activists, we keep on trying to sell Enterprise 2.0 as the ideal solution for your organisation. But to be completely honest, depending on your company objectives, values and culture it may just not work. 10 principles your company may have adopted that will make Enterprise 2.0 implementation counter productive … 1.
Your company is not comfortable with innovation. Etes vous prêt pour pass.