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The intergenerational impact and dynamics on Enterprise 2.0

The intergenerational impact and dynamics on Enterprise 2.0

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  • WHERE PAST AND FUTURE MEET The intergenerational dynamics of Enterprise 2.0 Dr Norman Lewis Associate-Director, STL Partners, The Telco2.0 initiative
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  • Its not about technology!
  • Children are not naturally good with technology
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    • Digital technology is used by children to overcome their experience of isolation through communicating with their peers
  • Self-expression as a mode of being
    • Young people value and acquire computer expertise primarily in order to achieve practical objectives and in relation to the construction of peer group identities
  • Clash of cultures
  • Clashing pragmatisms
    • Youth adopt social software to realise their objective of creating distinct networks of in-groups, often using a distinct insider vocabulary and practices;
    • B usiness looks to social software to rationalize and create clearer delineation of knowledge flows;
    • Teenagers seek the opposite, manipulating language and grammar and employing acronyms to restrict interchange to an ‘in group’.
  • Autonomy & self-expression
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  • Order, authority, hierarchy
  • Value loyalty
  • The natural world
  • Employees as children
  • Questioning expertise
  • Change management
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