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Enterprise 2.0 : Leveraging collaboration platforms to foster knowledge, innovation and productivity


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Knowledge worker spend 30% of their time looking for data. And only knowledge allows us to achieve Innovation and Productivity.

Enteprise 2.0 offers the context and collaborative tools to address these issues. Improving productivity and encouraging collaboration, Enterprise Social Software is the key communication solution for globally distributed enteprises on highly competitive markets.

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Enterprise 2.0 : Leveraging collaboration platforms to foster knowledge, innovation and productivity

  1. 1. Enterprise 2.0 Leveraging collaborative platforms to foster knowledge, productivity, innovation and engagement cecil dijoux –
  2. 2. 1 – Knowledge 2 – Productivity 3 – Innovation 4 – Collaboration 5 – Engagement 6 – Enterprise 2.0 7 – Vaporware ? 8 – Implementation
  3. 3. 1 – Knowledge
  4. 4. Knowledge is the source of wealth. Applied to tasks we already know, it becomes productivity. Applied to tasks that are new it becomes innovation. Peter Drucker Management challenges of the XXIst Century-1999
  5. 5. Knowledge Worker : one who works primarily with information or one who develops and uses knowledge in the workplace. Peter Drucker (1959)
  6. 6. It’s not a question of technologies « Knowledge is of two kinds: we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it. » (Samuel Johnson. 1709-1784)
  7. 7. Knowledge 2- Productivity
  8. 8. Contribution of management in XXth century : 50 fold increase in the productivity of the manual worker in manufacturing. Peter Drucker (Management Challenges of the XXIst Century)
  9. 9. Knowledge workers spend up to 30% of their working day looking for data. Only 44% of corporate users can find the (internal) file they’re looking for compared to 86% of similar internet users “If HP knew what HP knows we would be three times more profitable” Lew Platt – Former CEO of HP
  10. 10. Managers spend 2h/day searching information 50 % is of found information is of no value Survey 1000 middle managers US/UK – Jan 2007
  11. 11. Enterprise captured knowledge cecil dijoux Accessible searchable knowledge tacit knowledge isolated, unreachable knowledge + = Knowledge leaks Knowledge capture in Enterprise 1.0
  12. 12. Knowledge 3- Innovation Productivity
  13. 13. « Innovation is the process that translates knowledge into economic growth and social well-being. » (Australian Research Council) it also is …
  14. 14. Associating … five keys Experimenting Questionning Harvard Innovation Business School 6 year study 3000 executives Observing 500 innovative Networking entrepreneurs
  15. 15. … associating + networking Usage and Technology along 3 axis : Offer : Product / service (technology, design, marketing) Process Business Model
  16. 16. … observing “Good innovation comes from just solving simple problems that you’re intimately involved with.” (David Heinemeier Hansson – 37Signals)
  17. 17. … questioning “In Germany, company such as Daimler, Bayer, Siemens or SAP all have an entire department of Grundsatzfragen, i.e a department of Fundamental Questions.” (Eric E Vogts : The Art of Powerful Questions – catalysing Insight, Innovation and Action)
  18. 18. … experimenting « Management that is destructively critical when mistakes are made kills initiative. And it’s essential that we have many people with initiative if we are to continue to grow. » William Mc Knight – 3M President/Chairman from 1929 to 1966
  19. 19. … disappointment 65% of the 700+ senior executives are disappointed in their enterprise’s ability to stimulate innovation. The McKinsey Quarterly Competitive advantage from better interactions
  20. 20. Knowledge 4- Collaboration Innovation Productivity
  21. 21. Based on proximity, people are not likely to collaborate very often if they are more than 50 feet apart Thomas Allen – MIT, 1977 35 30 20 15 10 5 30 40 50 60
  22. 22. 25 to 50% of workforce is engaged into knowledge-based collaboration consisting of « tacit » How to capture this knowledge ?
  23. 23. email : a collaboration tool ? Weak Tie easy Collaboration Innovation ubiquitous & universal Productivité private communication Connaissance Engagement Channel Point to point Not Searchable 20% of managers time
  24. 24. cecil dijoux Org chart + top down= Knowledge Silos
  25. 25. Strength of Weak Ties (M. Granoveter - 1973) Productivity Innovation Strong Ties Weak Ties Potential Potential Ties innovation How to leverage weak ties ?
  26. 26. the digital natives conundrum Knowledge workers Post-ideologic Authority : earned as opposed to granted not enterprise 1.0 compatible
  27. 27. Knowledge Collaboration Innovation Productivity 5- Engagement
  28. 28. engagement survey Engaged : 21% Enrolled : 41 Disinchanted : 30% Disengaged: 8% 90,000 people 18 countries
  29. 29. Conclusions 1. The global workforce is not engaged 2. Engaged employees are not born, but made 3. Employees worldwide want to give more 6% difference in operating profit between companies with high and low employees engagement
  30. 30. 6- Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Collaboration Innovation Productivity Engagement
  31. 31. 6- Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Collaboration Innovation Productivity Engagement Collaborative platforms to foster knowledge, productivity, innovation & engagement
  32. 32. The use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers. Pr. Andrew McAffee (PHD Harvard Business School, Principal research MIT Sloan School of Management)
  33. 33. Underlying trends Social Software Network effects Free and easy Lack of up-front structure Emergence > Disruptive technologies
  34. 34. wiki Simple + easy Unique source Online + searchable Versionning Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  35. 35. profiles competences management + expertise localisation + career management = Weak ties + Engagement Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  36. 36. blogs vision cecil dijoux leadership googability Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  37. 37. Folksonomy : lack of up-front structure at work Categorization system gradually built over time and usage by the users Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  38. 38. Real Time Web to follow and be followed + 140 characters + instant communication = Weak ties in action – fast ! Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  39. 39. efficiency engagement knowledge capture open questions Weak Tie Collaboration Innovation Productivité Discussions & conversations Connaissance Engagement
  40. 40. Blog Wiki Answers Forums Professional profiles Accessible / searchable knowledge cecil dijoux Enterprise captured knowledge Tacit knowledge Isolated, unreachable knowledge Knowledge Management 2.0
  41. 41. cecil dijoux Fluidizing + de-siloizing = collaboration 2.0
  42. 42. Five keys of Associating Innovation with Enterprise 2.0 Experimenting Questionning Innovation Networking Observing
  43. 43. 1. interest in employee well being 2. Reputation for Social responsibility ce cil dijo ux 3. Ability to improve skills 4. Input into decision making 5. Resolution of customer’s concern Enterprise 2.0 and 6. High personal standards engagement 7. Career opportunities factors for 8. Challenging works employees 9. Good relationships with supervisors 10.Innovation
  44. 44. Sharepoint ? Technology rather than user drive Complex Taxonomy Documents based Weak Tie Too much structure for emergence Collaboration Innovation Productivité Connaissance Engagement
  45. 45. 7- Vaporware ?
  46. 46. intellipedia US Intelligence services agencies (16 worldwide) wiki
  47. 47. Spacebook : NASA’s secure, homegrown secure social network application « Why a social networking ? Because NASA is more than just one expert and one center » Celeste Merryman – NASA (Findings from the NASASphere pilot)
  48. 48. « We expanded the VMWorld conference from a 3 day event for 15,000 people to a 365 day/year destination for 50,000 IT Professionals. Oh, and VMWorld saved us $250K in event management fees. » Eric Nielsen, Director of Web Communities VMware
  49. 49. 8 – Implementation
  50. 50. Ability to execute Players Open Text Microsoft Jive Atlassian IBM Google Liferay Drupal BlueKiwi Gartner MQ, 2009 Social Software in Workforce Visionaries
  51. 51. Candidate Large / mid-size (1500+ employees / £250m+ revenue) Globally distributed workforces Highly competitive industries (eg High Tech) Enterprise Social Network Whitepaper (Bloor)
  52. 52. “The Average Intel employee dumps one day a week trying to find people with the experience & expertise plus the relevant information to do their job … Let me just say that it motivates us to take action” Laurie Buczek Enterprise Social Media Program Manager, Intel. 49% of 2008 IT initiatives focus on collaboration as a key priority.
  53. 53. 10 Management Principles Conversation (Vs Diffusion) Bottom up (Vs Top Down) Reputation (Vs Hierarchy) Emergence (Vs Structure) Folksonomy (Vs Taxonomy) Agile (Vs Process) Transparence (Vs Security) Open networks (Vs Silos) Simple (Vs Abstract) User driven technologies (Vs IT Governance) Trust (Vs Contrôle)
  54. 54. IT integration : a liquid nature
  55. 55. 37Signals : digital natives en action 12 people (4 days/week) and +2M users of their SaaS products (US$+5M / month) • Ruby on Rails • getting real • do less • small is the new big Knowledge worker productivity x 50
  56. 56. Bibliblography Andrew McAfee @ PARC : Andrew McAfee Blog : Myths of Innovation : Innovation digest : Essential Peter Drucker : Netocracy : Signals Vs Noise : Entreprise 2.0 – 10 Principles of Management : Art of powerful questions : Ken Robinson on creativity :