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  • 1. Made of People
  • 2.
    • (also made of people)
  • 3.
    • Social Software adapts to its environment rather than requiring its environment to adapt to it (circa 2002)
  • 4.
    • Complexity is in the social network
    • Vendors tried to put it in the software
    • Social Software keeps complexity in the social network. Where it belongs. Only encoding simple rules to yield emergence
  • 5.
    • The greatest pattern of Web 2.0 is sharing control to create value
  • 6. Decoupling Decisions
    • The most important decisions cannot be automated
    • Sharing control over information can lead to more productive decision processes, and better decisions
    • Sharing control over decisions for enterprises is primarily for social goods
  • 7. Social Goods
    • Social Goods are created when the means of production and/or distribution is broadly available
      • Price trends towards free
      • Knowledge is distributed
    • In these gift economies, or social markets, consider sharing control over decisions
      • Valuation and distribution is social
  • 8. Social Goods
    • Social Goods are created when the means of production and/or distribution is broadly available
      • Price trends towards free
      • Knowledge is distributed
    • In these gift economies, or social markets, consider sharing control over decisions
      • Valuation and distribution is social
      • Radiohead’s name your own price
  • 9. Implications for Process
    • For a given business process
      • What if we made it more transparent?
      • What if we made it more participatory?
    • For social goods, participation can include those outside the firewall
      • The best experts on your products not on payroll
      • The hidden experts can volunteer outside their job description
  • 10.  
  • 11.
    • Work
    Participation Brittanica
  • 12.
    • Share
    Participation Open
  • 13.
    • To get the benefits of sharing control and being open, you have to move towards transparency
  • 14. CEO search
    • Blogged the CEO search
    • LinkedIn connections
    • Email conversations
    • 250 applicants
    • Collaborative filtering in wiki (decisions)
    • 2 months, saved $100k
    • Meet Eugene Lee, CEO 2.0
  • 15. Gartner Magic Quadrant
    • Socialtext ranked as most visionary vendor
    • Socialtext recognized as leading Enterprise 2.0 company in terms of ability to execute – behind only IBM, Microsoft & BEA
    • Socialtext also part of Intel’s SuiteTwo bundle, which scored as more visionary than any other vendor
    • Gartner identifies 'social software‘ as one of top 10 strategic technologies for 2008
  • 16.
    • Social Software needs to value people
    • To be implicit is human
    • Augmentation, not automation
    • Some decisions should not be coded
    • Make software, and sharing in work, more like a cocktail party…
  • 17. Thank you ross.typepad.com [email_address]