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Introduction for the 1st Co-lab to la cantine the 3rd of july 2009. Management 2.0 : Knowledge and collaboration

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    Management 2.0 : Knowledge and collaboration Management 2.0 : Knowledge and collaboration Presentation Transcript

    • Co-Lab Management 2.0 : Knowledge and collaboration
      • 03/07/2009
      • LA CANTINE
      • Anthony Poncier
    • web 2.0 and enterprise
    • Web 2.0 is a social eco-system based on tools and usages Co-Lab
      • Co-lab
      Web 2.0 has triggered enterprise 2.0 organization Dynamics: - Collaboration, - Communities, - Openess and sharing, - Crossing and ascending
    • Why collaborate in an enterprise ?
    • The benefits of increasing collaboration
      • Corporate transformation into a collaborative organization contributes to corporate goals : perform better and at lower cost strategy and processes established by the organization
      • Co-lab
      Inspired by Dion Hinchcliffe
    • Earnings for employees Co-Lab
    • Grow the collaboration spirit
    • TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY, WE NEED TO CHANGE CULTURES
    • The establishment of collaborative work faces 4 challenges Co-Lab
    • People before SI Co-Lab
    • Know your audience Co-Lab
    • The legacy of the twentieth century managerial opposed to collaboration Co-Lab Source: Martin Roulleaux-Dugage : Gérer la confiance Hierarchical Barriers Functionnal Barriers Disconnected islands
    • Many obstacles exist with regard to collaboration Co-Lab Source: Entreprise 2.0 Management et collaboration à l’ère de l’entreprise dynamique
    • Create new reflexes in the organization Co-Lab
    • Succeed in collaboration Co-Lab Based on a slide by IBM Success factors Seekers Contributors Awareness How to find the right person ? How to introduce myself ? Connection Does this person will help me ? How best sharing my expertise ? Motivation Do I want to work with this person? Do I want to collaborate with this person? Needs Do I have the tools to collaborate effectively? Process Do I know how to collaborate ?
    • Enable collaboration Co-Lab
    • What about COLLABORATION AND TECHNOLOGIES?
    • Changing the culture of the organization From PC to online From mail to share Change management Co-Lab
    • Maturation of enterprises for collaborative technologies Technologies=culture Source: Nathan Wallace, http://www.e-gineer.com Co-Lab
    • Collaborative tools to support a global and dynamic partitioning off Co-Lab
    • CONCLUSION
    • Incontournables laws of collaboration
      • Collaborative work in a company is based on a vision to make sense
      • Collaboration is based on voluntary and can not be an obligation
      • We share our knowledge when we know that our work is recognized and appreciated by others
      • The added value of collaboration must be demonstrated quickly
      • It’s not just about exchange, but having the right information at right time
      • Business networks (formal and informal) are one of the main responses to the collaboration. It is not just finding the right document, but also find the expert who will answer
      • Tools (wiki, blog, forum, rss) each have a role, but it is their practices which are crucial
      Co-Lab
    • Don’t be afraid
      • Co-Lab
    • Thank you! Blog : http://poncier.org/blog, Anthony Poncier on Twitter, FB, Linkedin, Viadeo