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Collaborate to Compete

  1. 1. Carl Frappaolo
  2. 2. • The collection, analysis, and presentation of business information and operations holistically in historical, current, and predictive views to support better business decision making 3

  3. 3. • quot;Leveraging collective wisdom and experience to accelerate innovation and responsiveness” –  C. Frappaolo,quot;Exec Express Knowledge Management,” Capstone, 2006 4

  4. 4. •  A systematic processes to harvest collective ideas, to vet them and develop new and improved products, services and processes 5

  5. 5. •  Web-based communities and hosted services which aim to facilitate creativity, collaboration, and sharing between users. –  Wikipedia 6

  6. 6. •  quot;A system of web-based technologies that provide rapid and agile collaboration, information sharing, emergence and integration capabilities in the extended enterprisequot; 7

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  8. 8. •  quot;The World is Flatquot; –  2005, Tom Friedman •  Competition is 24/7/365 •  Global/Distributed Workforce – quot;I'm By Myselfquot; – The Evolving Enterprise 2.0 Working Models 9

  9. 9. •  A structured, iterative process in which two or more entities with a common perspective work together towards a common end – Cooperative information sharing systems – Implies quot;trustquot; and community 10

  10. 10. •  By Type –  Interpersonal –  Content/Context –  Procedural •  By Model –  COP/I –  Content –  Process –  Project –  Goal ©
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  11. 11. •  Interpersonal –  Person - Person exchange –  Synchronous or Asynchronous communication 12

  12. 12. •  Content/Context –  Repurposing of content –  Syndication and overlays –  Not just replication –  Typically provides emergent insight –  Meta sites/companies 13

  13. 13. •  Procedural –  Automated execution of defined sub-routines –  Content passed along with work –  May or may not provide big picture ©
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  15. 15. •  The 7 Business Models That Have Emerged from Enterprise 2.0 -Wikinomics, Don Tapscott –  Peer Pioneers –  Ideagoras –  Prosumers –  New Alexandrians –  Platforms for Participation –  Global Plant Floor –  Wiki Workplace 16


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