Enterprise 2.0 by Early Stage

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  • Merci Serge Bonsoir à tous Nous allons parler en une petite demi-heure de l’entreprise 2.0 vus sous l’angle de projets, de programmes, au sein d’une organisation : les bénéfices pour l’organisation, ce que l’entreprise 2.0 recouvre comme concepts et composantes, a insi que les méthodologies à appliquer pour implémenter ce type de projets, soumis comme tous les autres à des défis de conduite du changement. Mais d’abord, qu’est-ce que l’E2.0 Ben en a déjà parlé un peu. Je propose de donner la parole à celui que l’on considère comme le père de l’entrerprise 2.0, professeur à la Harvard School of Business, Andrew McAfee.  vidéo
  • Enterprise 2.0 by Early Stage

    1. 1. SLIDE Enterprise 2.0 What’s in it for us? a set of business concepts & methods Laurent Kinet – Bart Van Den Kieboom Early Stage Co-Founders (es)*
    2. 2. Enterprise 2.0 is the use of social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers. Andrew McAfee Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
    3. 3. SLIDE Entreprise 2.0 ? an enabler for innovation BENEFITS
    4. 4. SLIDE The strength of weak ties Granovetter, 1973 Picture : Oscar Berg, Acando
    5. 5. SLIDE improving collaboration and knowledge exchange improving qualitative and quantitative productivity l everaging c ollective intelligence
    6. 6. SLIDE Release your intellectual assets! (locked up on hard drives and e-mails) PLEASE OPEN TO KNOW
    7. 7. SLIDE « If HP knew what HP knows, we would be 3 times as profitable! » Lew Platt Former CEO of Hewlett-P a ckard
    8. 8. SLIDE Drive Employee Engagement
    9. 9. SLIDE Return on Investment i s measured by financial and non-financial KPI’s Picture : Accenture
    10. 10. SLIDE Fulfil Gen Y ’s expectations
    11. 11. SLIDE COMPONENTS Entreprise 2.0 ? a cross-over scheme
    12. 12. SLIDE S L A T E S Andrew McAfee Search Links Authoring Tags Extensions Signals
    13. 13. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe
    14. 14. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe 1. ENTERPRISE 2.0 IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN YOUR ORGANIZATION WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.
    15. 15. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe II. EFFECTIVE ENTERPRISE 2.0 SEEMS TO INVOLVE MORE THAN JUST BLOGS AND WIKIS.
    16. 16. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe III. ENTERPRISE 2.0 IS MORE A STATE OF MIND THAN A PRODUCT YOU CAN PURCHASE.
    17. 17. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe IV. MOST BUSINESSES STILL NEED TO EDUCATE THEIR WORKERS ON THE TECHNIQUES AND BEST PRACTICES OF ENTERPRISE 2.0 AND SOCIAL MEDIA.
    18. 18. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe V. THE BENEFITS OF ENTERPRISE 2.0 CAN BE DRAMATIC, BUT ONLY BUILD STEADILY OVER TIME.
    19. 19. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe VI. ENTERPRISE 2.0 DOESN’T SEEM TO PUT OLDER IT SYSTEMS OUT OF BUSINESS.
    20. 20. SLIDE Dion Hinchcliffe VII. YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL BEGIN TO CHANGE IN NEW WAYS BECAUSE OF ENTERPRISE 2.0. BE READY.
    21. 21. SLIDE The 4C s’ approach Niall Cook How Social Software Will Change the Future of Work
    22. 22. SLIDE FORMALITY INTERACTION CONNECTION COMMUNICATION COLLABORATION COOPERATION
    23. 23. SLIDE FORMALITY INTERACTION CONNECTION COMMUNICATION COLLABORATION COOPERATION
    24. 24. SLIDE FORMALITY INTERACTION CONNECTION COMMUNICATION COLLABORATION COOPERATION MASHUPS TAGGING SYNDICATION SOCIAL NETWORKING WIKIS FORUMS BLOGS INSTANT MESSAGING SOCIAL PRESENCE SOCIAL SEARCH MEDIA SHARING SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
    25. 25. SLIDE FORMALITY INTERACTION CONNECTION COMMUNICATION COLLABORATION COOPERATION MASHUPS TAGGING SYNDICATION SOCIAL NETWORKING WIKIS FORUMS BLOGS INSTANT MESSAGING SOCIAL PRESENCE SOCIAL SEARCH MEDIA SHARING SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
    26. 26. Most of e-business components are concerned KNOWLEDGE PEOPLE HUMAN RESOURCES PROJECT MANAGEMENT SALES & ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT (ETC) SOCIAL
    27. 27. SLIDE IMPLEMENTATION Entreprise 2.0 ? a bottom-up, crowd-sourced implementation approach
    28. 28. SLIDE FACTORS FOR FAILURE
    29. 29. SLIDE IT <ul><li>SECURITY / FEAR OF SAAS </li></ul><ul><li>COMPLIANCE WITH LEGACY </li></ul><ul><li>FEAR OF DOUBLE ENCODING </li></ul><ul><li>SCEPTICISM / RESISTANCE </li></ul><ul><li>LOBBY FROM MAJOR IT INCUMBENTS </li></ul>
    30. 30. SLIDE CORPORATE CULTURE <ul><li>LACK OF TOP MANAGEMENT SUPPORT </li></ul><ul><li>FEAR ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA </li></ul><ul><li>MISCONCEPTION </li></ul><ul><li>FINANCIAL-ONLY KPI </li></ul>
    31. 31. SLIDE INDIVIDUAL CHANGE <ul><li>MINDSET CHANGE REQUIRED </li></ul><ul><li>INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIONNISM </li></ul><ul><li>FEAR OF HIS OWN VOICE </li></ul><ul><li>INCREASE OF PERSONAL WORK </li></ul><ul><li>INCREASE OF PERSONAL RISK </li></ul>
    32. 32. SLIDE IMPLEMENTATION <ul><li>ADOPTING A TRADITIONAL TOP-DOWN APPROACH </li></ul><ul><li>RUN HUGE REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS TO PURCHASE A €2000 PRODUCT </li></ul><ul><li>PROTECT ALL SYSTEMS BEHIND FIREWALLS </li></ul>
    33. 33. SLIDE FACTORS FOR SUCCESS
    34. 34. SLIDE SPEED & FLEXIBILITY
    35. 35. SLIDE EASE OF USE
    36. 36. SLIDE DEMAND -DRIVEN
    37. 37. SLIDE INDIVIDUAL VALUE FIRST
    38. 38. SLIDE <ul><ul><ul><li>EMPOWER CHAMPIONS </li></ul></ul></ul>
    39. 39. SLIDE IMPLEMENTATION Entreprise 2.0 ? think big, start small
    40. 40. SLIDE <ul><ul><ul><li>www.enterprise20.be </li></ul></ul></ul>
    41. 41. Don’t hesitate to give a call or drop a line LET’S START Bart Van Den Kieboom +32 (0) 478 325 374 Laurent Kinet +32 (0) 476 528 173 bart@earlystage.be [email_address] (es)* | EARLY STAGE sprl/bvba Rue des Tridaines 39 4250 Geer Company Registration 899.046.676

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