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  • Web 2.0 technology is a set of economic, social, and technology tools that collectively form the basis for the next generation of business practices. It enables a culture of sharing instead of protecting and storing information. It harnesses collective intelligence of people to develop a richer user experience deriving effectiveness from the inter-human connections and from the network effects that Web 2.0 makes possible, and growing in effectiveness in proportion as people use it.
  • Folksonomy (also known as collaborative tagging , social classification , social indexing , and social tagging ) is the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content . Folksonomy describes the bottom-up classification systems that emerge from social tagging. In contrast to traditional subject indexing , metadata is generated not only by experts but also by creators and consumers of the content. Usually, freely chosen keywords are used instead of a controlled vocabulary . Folksonomy (from folk + taxonomy ) is a user-generated taxonomy. Folksonomies became popular on the Web around 2004 as part of social software applications including social bookmarking and annotating photographs. Tagging, which is characteristic of Web 2.0 services, allows non-expert users to collectively classify and find information. Some websites include tag clouds as a way to visualize tags in a folksonomy. Typically, folksonomies are Internet -based, although they are also used in other contexts. Aggregating the tags of many users creates a folksonomy. [1] Aggregation is the pulling together of all of the tags in an automated way. [1] Folksonomic tagging is intended to make a body of information increasingly easy to search, discover, and navigate over time. A well-developed folksonomy is ideally accessible as a shared vocabulary that is both originated by, and familiar to, its primary users. Two widely cited examples of websites using folksonomic tagging are Flickr and Delicious , although Flickr may not be a good example of folksonomy.

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  • Using Web 2.0 to Facilitate Business Processes William Balko CIO, Senior Business Analyst 23 April 2009
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  • Web 2.0 Social Networking Business Focus
    • Continuous innovation is critical to competing successfully in today’s fast-moving business environment
    • Innovation isn’t only about creating groundbreaking products, services and solutions, it must also permeate the organizational structure and business culture.
  • But, how can you use Web 2.0 Social Network; when you do not have a Social Network? A Combat Support Agency
  • Siloed Organization Using Web 2.0 Siloed Organization Web 2.0 technology cuts across organizational boundaries Strategy Strategy
  • Applying Web 2.0 Technology Web 2.0 Technology Social Network Process People Organization
  • Web 2.0 from the Business Side
    • A set of economic, social, and technology tools that collectively form the basis for the next generation of business practices.
    • Enables a culture of sharing instead of protecting and storing information.
    • Harnesses collective intelligence of people to develop a richer user experience deriving effectiveness from the inter-human connections and from the network effects that Web 2.0 makes possible, and growing in effectiveness in proportion as people use it.
  • Web 2.0 Concepts & Business Process Affects
    • Low-barrier, available anywhere, Web-based business process mashups
    • Allow business users to structure business information and content (folksonomies over taxonomies)
    • Continuous, bottom-up management, and maintenance of business processes by the end-users that use them
  • Web 2.0 Concepts & Business Process Affects
    • Business processes exposed as Web services, turning the business process into a reusable platform
    • Easy inclusion of external Web-friendly data sources and services into business processes
    • Based on portable, recognized standards as much as possible
    • Web 2.0-style collaboration (wiki-style editing, blog-style publishing, social networking, etc.)
  • What Connects an Organization?
    • Ideas
    • Discussions
    • Websites
    • Documents
    • E-mails
    • Contacts
  • Social Networking
    • Definition: “Tools for Collaboration and Networking within and beyond the Enterprise”
      • Collaboration : a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together toward an intersection of common goals
      • Networking : business opportunities are created through networks of like-minded business people.
      • Enterprise Architecture : the organizing logic for business processes and IT infrastructure reflecting the integration and standardization requirements of the firm’s operating model.
  • Financial Benefits of Web 2.0
    • Reduce expenses
    • Increase productivity
    • Increase customer retention
  • “ Soft” Benefits of Web 2.0
    • Improve internal communication
    • Improve internal collaboration
    • Improve team morale and retention Improve agility
  • Issues when Sharing Information
    • Access and confidentiality are often crucial matters in a professional environment
    • The openness within the Web 2.0 environment and selective access to information
    • Team focused work and content and enabling visiblity 
  • Why Web 2.0 Technology Now?
    • Simply stated, Web 2.0 technology might be the one thing that embodies the new spirit of the Internet.
    • It enables:
      • Community Publishing
      • Building Relationships
      • Information Integration
      • Community Discussions
  • How does Web 2.0 it do this?
    • Web 2.0 technology enables:
      • Collaboration
      • Transparency
      • Efficiency
      • It is unpredictable, in a good way
  • How is the Government using Web 2.0?
    • Mission-critical tasks
        • Responding the emergency situations
        • Developing a POM, UFRs, and budgets
        • Formulating policy
        • Sharing information across agencies
  • How is DISA using Web 2.0?
    • Corporate Planning and Mission Integration Current Activities
    • DISA Corporate Planners Training Session
    • DISA Corporate Planning
    • Program Executive Office for Command and Control Capabilities Weekly Activities Report
    • Net-Enabled Command Capability Test and Evaluation Master Plan
  • Benefits of Implementing Web 2.0 Technology
    • A strategy for correctly using tools will make collaboration more efficient
    • Collaboration success can occur with minimal effort/funding
    • Champions that support incentives is mandatory
    • Mashups turning data sources into infrastructure
    • Social Network Tools build a Social Network
  • Benefits of Implementing Web 2.0 Technology
    • Understanding the needs and incentives of a target audience
    • Don’t micromanage your social network – nourish it
    • Management must work in establishing relationships that:
      • Incentives participation by all parties
      • Leverages existing social relationships
      • Encourage the target audience talking – this change is hard!
      • Reward the most active participants
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
    • Web-based technologies and social networking tools enable contextual, agile and simplified information utilization, exchange and collaboration to distributed workforces,and networks of partners and customers.
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
    • Organizations that embrace Web 2.0 will be giving themselves an enormous competitive advantage.
    • With the advent of Web 2.0 and its rich set of social networking and mass authoring tools there will be a shift in the learning structure, in content, processes, and visible outcomes.
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
    • Web 2.0 enables the capture of the power of participation which drives better business outcomes and the organization benefits from the full range of advanced Web technologies.
    • To get the most out of your organizationl with minimal investment.
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
    • Web 2.0 establishes an open enviroment enabling a network of highly skilled professionals who have deep organizational and service knowledge and field-tested experience ( Knowledge Mangagement and Knowledge Retention ).
    • Let Web 2.0 enable innovation.
  • What Web 2.0 can do for your business?
    • In a Web 2.0 environment, there is generally a limited amount of resources available and organizations need to leverage resources as much as possible and the more people that contribute and share information, the more successful the platform is.
    • Web 2.0 will self start change management the key to the success.
  • Questions ?
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