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  • KEY MESSAGE: Externalisation will force change in the company as well, and open source can be a big catalystSuccess is now about openness to change, sharing, and co working …to enhance your product, service or idea…and this external orientation of course is brought back into the organisation by employees. There are litterally hundreds of social networks available for anyone to connect, share and collaborate online. And in a knowledge-centered economy, this brings huge powers into the organisation when used well. Of course we all know Twitter, which really set off in NL since the crash of Turkish Airlines flight 1951 in February this year. Twitter was found to be the fastest way to get the latest info on what was happening in the fields near Schiphol. And there are many others, like LinkedIn, Plaxo, Facebook, Brightkite etcetera.In the past year, over 4000 Capgemini employees for instance joined Yammer, a Twitter-like service that creates a private community for people with the same domain name in their email address. So in short, everyone registering with a Capgemini email address is automatically inserted into the online Capgemini community. And if I want to know quickly what the majority of last week’s discussions were about, I just have to look at the tag cloud provided. And as you can see, open source is actually on the minds of many of my colleagues.And to make matters more complex, all the services you see here run outside of the control of the often internally oriented, cost-focussed IT organisation!

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