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Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
Enterprise 2.0 FTW!
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Enterprise 2.0 FTW!

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Presentation from Carl Frappaolo and I (Dan Keldsen) keynoting at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, June 10, 2008. The first 12 slides aren't going to make sense without seeing us presenting it …

Presentation from Carl Frappaolo and I (Dan Keldsen) keynoting at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, June 10, 2008. The first 12 slides aren't going to make sense without seeing us presenting it (hope it was memorable for those who were there!), but the remaining slides boil up the key findings from our 90 page Market IQ on Enterprise 2.0. For full details on the report, go grab a free copy at www.aiim.org/enterprise20 - and would love to hear your feedback on the live presentation or the report. Find our blogs at www.BizTechTalk.com (Dan) and www.TakingAIIM.com (Carl).

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  • Wayne - yep, spot on. Culture is incredibly important, and an amorphous beast to understand and change in ways that would be conducive to Enterprise 2.0 (or Knowledge Management x.x). That's why we're recommending in our training to find the sweet spots in an organization (perhaps culture overall is a bit heavy-handed and command/control, but certain business units are all about collaboration and teamwork) to set about 'infecting' the rest of the organization.

    'Doctor, doctor... give me the news, I've got a... bad case... of E2.0.' ;)
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  • Thanks, Dan. Nice preso. It also backs up what knowledge management types have said for years, as you so aptly put it: Age matters less than you think; Culture matters more than you think. That said, improving productivity starts with changing culture - which can be tough without the right incentives.
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  • Amit - agreed, although TechWeb (the ones running the Enterprise 2.0 Conference) are going to be posting a full video/audio version at some point. The video is mostly what will bring the point across from the first portion of the deck. Once that's available, I may re-post here.
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  • any chance this could be converted into a slidecast by adding audio and synching it... that would add the context.. would make it far more compelling as well
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  • 1. Do You Know Enterprise 2.0?
  • 2. Note: From a keynote presentation given at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston - based on research into adoption levels and perceived barriers of Enterprise 2.0-style collaboration... Most “gut reactions” mentioned in the press - are WRONG.
  • 3. Carl
  • 4. Dan
  • 5. Boomer
  • 6. Millennial
  • 7. I Love the Internet
  • 8. I the Internets
  • 9. It’s How I Run My Business
  • 10. Me and My 1782 Friends - FT W!
  • 11. Thousands of “Friends?!?” FTW ? WTF!
  • 12. Enterprise 2.0 HUGE POTENTIAL for my Organization
  • 13. Enterprise 2.0 HUGE POTENTIAL for my organization
  • 14. www.aiim.org/enterprise20 441 respondents, 80+ pages, 70+ charts/figures Authored by: Carl Frappaolo & Dan Keldsen Advisory Panel Included: Patti Anklam Stowe Boyd Andrew McAfee Eric Tsui David Weinberger
  • 15. 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)
  • 16. Age Doesn’t Matter (as Much as You Think) How Critical Is Millennials Enterprise 2.0 to Your 37% Organization’s Business Goals/ Success? (Significant to Boomers Imperative 38% Responses)
  • 17. Age Doesn’t Matter (as Much as You Think) Are You an Internal Champion of Enterprise 2.0 Within Your Organization?
  • 18. Culture Matters (More Than You Think) KM Inclined 2x as Likely to Significantly Increase Rate of Networking Increase Formation of Communities
  • 19. A Slow Market (Frustrates Early Adopters) All (Respondents) KM Inclined Adoption is Magnified Adoption is minimal Source: AIIM Market Intelligence Source: AIIM Market Intelligence Characterize Your Organization’s Adoption of the Above Technologies
  • 20. Culture Creeps Cautiously
  • 21. Strategy (is Hard to Find) KM Inclined 31% as Likely to Pursue Enterprise 2.0 Strategically Rather Than Ad Hoc
  • 22. Enterprise 2.0 F T W! What Are You Trying to Accomplish with Enterprise 2.0? Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  • 23. www.aiim.org/enterprise20 441 respondents, 80+ pages, 70+ charts/figures
  • 24. Need help with your collaboration strategy?
  • 25. Technology isn’t enough...
  • 26. Young employees aren’t enough...
  • 27. “Old” employees probably aren’t the boat anchors...
  • 28. Strategy isn’t enough...
  • 29. Is YOUR Information Architected for Collaboration?
  • 30. Carl Dan Blog: Blog: www.TakingAIIM.com www.BizTechTalk.com E-mail: E-mail: cf@InformationArchitected. dk@informationarchitected. com com twitter.com/dankeldsen www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=584261521 linkedin.com/in/dankeldsen Plurk, FriendFeed, AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, MyBlogLog... BTW: I’m really a Gen Xer (shh!)
  • 31. More on our methodologies at www.InformationArchitected.com/ collaborationstrategy 617-933-9655 or 617-933-2584

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