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An update to a presentation I posted months ago, this looks at the relationship between knowledge management and enterprise 2.0. It includes several frameworks and details from the Market IQ on ...

An update to a presentation I posted months ago, this looks at the relationship between knowledge management and enterprise 2.0. It includes several frameworks and details from the Market IQ on enterprise 2.0

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    Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • Enterprise 2.0 = KM 2.0? Carl Frappaolo VP, Market Intelligence @ AIIM.org Dan Keldsen Director, Market Intelligence @ AIIM.org
    • ? What is Knowledge Management
    • ? What is Enterprise 2.0
    • ?So... What’s New
    • Knowledge Management • Which factors are critical for my business that can be addressed by KM? • Which knowledge adds the most value? • What are the highest priority initiatives? • How do you create a culture for sharing and Bus. • What tools are Strategy currently in place? learning? • Which people need to be • What tools are needed to enable the empowered to contribute People Technology environment? and leverage knowledge? • Are priorities aligned with • How do you fill the gap? measurements? Process • Are the right processes in place to: © • Disseminate, share and apply knowledge • Capture, refine and create knowledge • Deliver business value?
    • Strategy: Purpose and Focus Goals and Objectives Return on Investment
    • People: Allegiances Incentives Inclinations Respect Trust
    • Process: Ingrained Supporting Context
    • ?So... What’s New
    • Knowledge Management • Which factors are critical for my business that can be addressed by KM? • Which knowledge adds the most value? • What are the highest priority initiatives? • How do you create a culture for sharing and Bus. • What tools are Strategy currently in place? learning? • Which people need to be • What tools are needed to enable the empowered to contribute People Technology environment? and leverage knowledge? • Are priorities aligned with • How do you fill the gap? measurements? Process • Are the right processes in place to: © • Disseminate, share and apply knowledge • Capture, refine and create knowledge • Deliver business value?
    • (Old) Technology Map to KM Knowledge complexity Explicit Tacit Groupware, Profiling, E-mail Intermediation Document Management, Visualization, Portals Externalization Search, Taxonomies, Agents Internalization Workflow, Decision Support Trees Cognition Low Barrier
    • (New) Technology Map to KM Knowledge complexity Explicit Tacit Wikis, Blogs, Social Network Analysis Intermediation Wikis, Blogs, Podcasting Externalization RSS, Mashup, Search, Internalization Social Tagging & Bookmarking RSS, Mashup Cognition Low Barrier
    • ?So... What’s New
    • So, What’s New? (in Technology) • Low barrier/Ease of implementation • Web/Widely accessible • Lean • Low cost • Agile • Emergent/Heuristic
    • Evolution, not Revolution
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    • www.aiim.org/enterprise20 441 respondents, 80+ pages, 70+ charts/figures Released Q1 2008
    • Top Findings Age Doesn’t Matter (as Much as You Think) Culture Matters (More Than You Think) A Slow Market (Frustrates Early Adopters) Strategy (is Hard to Find)
    • Age Doesn’t Matter (as Much as You Think) How Critical Is Enterprise 2.0 to Your Organization’s Millennials Business Goals/ Success? 37% (Significant to Imperative Responses) Boomers 38%
    • Age Doesn’t Matter (as Much as You Think) Are You an Internal Champion of Enterprise 2.0 Within Your Organization?
    • Strategy (is Hard to Find) KM Inclined 31% as Likely to Pursue Enterprise 2.0 Strategically Rather Than Ad Hoc
    • A Slow Market (Frustrates Early Adopters) All (Respondents) KM Inclined Adoption is minimal Adoption is Magnified Source: AIIM Market Intelligence Source: AIIM Market Intelligence Characterize Your Organization’s Adoption of the Above Technologies
    • www.aiim.org/ enterprise20 cfrappaolo@aiim.org www.TakingAiim.com dkeldsen@aiim.org www.BizTechTalk.com