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  • IT’S NOT (ONLY) TECHNOLOGY! Enterprise 2.0 as a Strategic and Organizational Paradigm Emanuele Quintarelli Partner, Open Knowledge
  • Agenda
    • Web 2.0
    • Winning Today
    • Enterprise 2.0
    • Show me the numbers
    • Ready to Fly?
  • Web 2.0 1
  • More Users. More Participation
    • 1,3B individuals connected in 2008
    • Among adults, 35% of internet users have created content and posted it online
    (PEW, October 2006)
  • Peering
  • Winning Today 2
  • 1. The Knowledge Challenge Knowledge Management aims to elicit tacit knowledge, best practices, relevant experience from people throughout a company and make this information widely available
    • Knowing what we know to work better (HBS 2005)
      • All knowledge workers use email
      • 21% overwhelmed
      • 15% diminishes productivity
      • 26% overused
      • Only 44% finds documents inside the intranet
    • The burden on the information worker intensifies while productivity suffers (IDC 2006)
      • 24% time spent searching for and analyzing information
      • $5.7M/year spent reformatting information between different applications (1k knowledge workers)
  • 2. Innovate Fast, Innovate Continuously
    • “ Fight your enemy where he isn’t” (Sun Tzu, The Art of War)
    • Gear up your company for constant change and constant innovation
    • “ Turn knowledge workers into innovation creators” (Rod Boothby, Joyent)
    • The Competition is bigger
    • The Competition is global
    • Constant technological improvement
    How to constantly generate extra ordinary new profit streams? Source Rod Boothby: Innovation Creators (2005)
    • “ While 95% of IT investment goes to support business process (to drive down costs), most employee time isn't spent on process but exceptions to process” (J. Hagel, J.S. Brown)
    3. Efficiency comes as an Exception Forces shaping the emergence of pull platforms From Push to Pull. Innovation and efficiency into the gap between process and real work
  • Enterprise 2.0 3
  • “ Enterprise 2.0 is the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers” (Andrew McAfee) Enterprise 2.0 Definition ?
  • 1. Openness
  • 2. Sociality
  • 3. Platforms & Persistence
  • 4. Emergence
  • SLATES – What Can I do? I can produce new contents I can attach labels to those contents I can create and surf connections I can find I can discover new things through other people like me I can be updated without even looking
  • Enterprise 2.0 Tools Enterprise Blogs and Wikis Project Management Team Collaboration Enterprise Tagging Enterprise Rss Widgets & Mashups Social Networks Enterprise 2.0 Suites
  • Show me the numbers 4
  • Adoption Rates How many companies are embracing/going to embrace Enterprise 2.0? Source AIIM Enterprise 2.0: Agile, Emergent & Integrated
  • Business Value and Drivers Source AIIM Source Forrester Research
  • Adoption Barriers Everything’s fine? No, there’s a long path to go Source AIIM Enterprise 2.0: Agile, Emergent & Integrated
  • Ready to Fly? 5
  • How to Reap the E2.0 Benefits
    • It’s change management
    • Focus on business goals
    • Ask real people what they need and co-design with them
    • Start small and nurture a living community
    • Bring the informal value back to the formal organization
    Source OpenKnowledge
  • The End! Questions? Emanuele Quintarelli Partner, Open Knowledge www.open-knowledge.it Phone: +39 3395372520 [email_address] Pictures taken from Flickr. Contact me if you want me to add your name as author of anyone of them.