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Enterprise 2.0 und E-Collaboration
       Herausforderungen und Erfolgsfaktoren




                Martin Koser / Frank H...
Agenda ...




• Enterprise 2.0 = Web 2.0 in the Enterprise? Some concepts ...
• Challenges and Stakeholders
• Social Netw...
About me and frogpond (and BMID ...)


Collaboration                                         Office 2.0
                  ...
frogpond = consulting, coaching, organizing and facilitating ...




             initiating the
 WikiWednesdayStuttgart ....
Upcoming (1)




     ... am 5. Dezember 2007
MFG Innovationsagentur, Stuttgart
           19:00 - ???
Upcoming (2): Enterprise20Open & EnterpriseCamp




                  ... CeBIT 2008


   ... coming probably early April ...
Knowledge Workers ...




  Increasing knowledge worker productivity is
  the BIGGEST of the 21 century management
  chall...
Enterprises, they change (1) ... RSS links and bridges
Enterprises, they change (2) ... Concept of SLATES
Enterprises, they change (3) ... now: FLATNESSES
When Enterprises change ... Stakeholders?



• Employees
• Managers
• CIOs, CCOs, CEOs (well, yes, probably we can shorten...
Example: Using Social Software for Knowledge Networks


•   Communities of Practice ... enhancing teamwork
•   Organizatio...
Example: Using Wikis for Knowledge Networks


•   A tool not only for a team context ...
•   Every page is editable with r...
Example: Social Presencing for Knowledge Networks


•   provides clear context... while enabling multiple contexts ...
•  ...
Example: Social Networking platforms
                        for Knowledge Networks


•   Locate competencies ... and find...
So is it easy to define a business case
              for Social Software in the Enterprise?



• Easy, fast and flexible
...
Business Case? Show me the numbers!



Well, yes, but don‘t try to measure what can‘t be measured ...


• What‘s the daily...
Questions and/or Ideas - contact me ...


www.frogpond.de
Social Software Consulting




Steingaustraße 27
73278 Schlierba...
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  • Regret I hadn't seen this presentation before we met at the Hannover Enterprise 2.0 Summit. A lot here for our next conversation from 'FLATNESSES' to the challenge of extracting numbers to prove the value. THANKS!
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Enterprise 2.0 und E-Collaboration

  1. 1. Enterprise 2.0 und E-Collaboration Herausforderungen und Erfolgsfaktoren Martin Koser / Frank Hamm www.frogpond.de / injelea.de 24. November 2007
  2. 2. Agenda ... • Enterprise 2.0 = Web 2.0 in the Enterprise? Some concepts ... • Challenges and Stakeholders • Social Networks in the Intranet? • ... und andere Social Software für Unternehmen?
  3. 3. About me and frogpond (and BMID ...) Collaboration Office 2.0 Adaptivity Implementation Innovation Management mashups Web Wiki social networking Knowledge Work 2.0 semantic web Consulting www.frogpond.de Enterprise 2.0 RSS weblogs tagging Prozessinnovationen folksonomy Ajax Business Model Innovation
  4. 4. frogpond = consulting, coaching, organizing and facilitating ... initiating the WikiWednesdayStuttgart ... ... being a catalyst for new thinking
  5. 5. Upcoming (1) ... am 5. Dezember 2007 MFG Innovationsagentur, Stuttgart 19:00 - ???
  6. 6. Upcoming (2): Enterprise20Open & EnterpriseCamp ... CeBIT 2008 ... coming probably early April 2008 - Ort TBD
  7. 7. Knowledge Workers ... Increasing knowledge worker productivity is the BIGGEST of the 21 century management challenges. Peter Drucker in Management Challenges of the 21st Century
  8. 8. Enterprises, they change (1) ... RSS links and bridges
  9. 9. Enterprises, they change (2) ... Concept of SLATES
  10. 10. Enterprises, they change (3) ... now: FLATNESSES
  11. 11. When Enterprises change ... Stakeholders? • Employees • Managers • CIOs, CCOs, CEOs (well, yes, probably we can shorten this up: CxOs) • Partners • Customers • Competitors • ...
  12. 12. Example: Using Social Software for Knowledge Networks • Communities of Practice ... enhancing teamwork • Organizational Learning ... enhancing competencies • Linking, bonding and integrating competencies and knowledge bases ... • Documenting and coordinating knowledge of distributed projects ... • Both formalized process support and ad-hoc platform capabilities ... • Provide room for connectivity, adaptivity and emergence ... • Use it to analyze, map and optimize your (informal) knowledge networks ... • ... And, don‘t forget, the boundaries of your organization are fuzzy, so ponder: • Opening up the organization (Open Innovation ...) • Inter-Enterprise knowledge network support (Extended Enterprise and Value Nets ...) • ...
  13. 13. Example: Using Wikis for Knowledge Networks • A tool not only for a team context ... • Every page is editable with revisions tracked ... • Establishes a way of collaborating through content ... • Collect, communicate and collaborate ... • Let knowledge processes evolve, enable organic knowledge management ... • ... Use them e.g. in Communities of Practice • Help manage the explosion of information • Make it easier to execute against strategy • Enable rapid communication and shared understanding • Create a culture receptive to innovation ... are the locus of identification and transfer of best practices in knowledge work
  14. 14. Example: Social Presencing for Knowledge Networks • provides clear context... while enabling multiple contexts ... • low-barrier communication with upscaling potential ... • collaborate through links, chitchat, alerts, ... • reach your network instantly ... • ...
  15. 15. Example: Social Networking platforms for Knowledge Networks • Locate competencies ... and find collaborators ... • Form groups, communities and clans ... • Leverage the weak ties of your knowledge network ... • Collect, communicate and collaborate ... • Let the network figure out how to use the platform ... • Enable mash-ups and distributed applications ...
  16. 16. So is it easy to define a business case for Social Software in the Enterprise? • Easy, fast and flexible • Cost-effective / High Payback • Easily improved upon, leveraged, tweaked or integrated into ... • Leverages informal networks - i.e. the way work was, is and will ever be done • and more ...
  17. 17. Business Case? Show me the numbers! Well, yes, but don‘t try to measure what can‘t be measured ... • What‘s the daily/weekly/... cost of your employees searching ...? • What‘s the daily/weekly/... cost of your employees emailing back and forth ...? • Do you measure the impact of employee turnover ...? • Do metrics and evaluations of intranet usage exist? Are you satisfied? • ... And, most importantly, imagine the ROC* of Social Software on your organization! Do you still need an ROI? * ROC = Return on Change
  18. 18. Questions and/or Ideas - contact me ... www.frogpond.de Social Software Consulting Steingaustraße 27 73278 Schlierbach Germany mk@frogpond.de Skype: mk.frogpond http://twitter.com/frogpond

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