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When Mac Manus glances at french 2.0

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A post I enjoyed by Richard Mac Manus, one of the web 2.0 references. On his virtual tour of the state of web 2.0 projects in France, he mentionned two companies I'm very close...

Don’t tell my mum I’m a community manager, she believes I play piano in...

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Summary : There's a tendency to call "community manager" any person that communicates online for an enterprise...even it the activity has nothing to do with communities. This excessive use of a buzzword seems to...

Social computing revolution at Procter and Gamble

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For those who are looking for examples, evidences that show "it's possible" and "it's make for creating value" and "it's not only about IT companies", I suggest to have a look at what's going...

2.0 ratings for employees : it’s not that simple

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Andrew Mc Afee wrote two interesing posts on the need for using 2.0 ratings for employees ( here and there).This kind of concern seems to be more and more actual for companies (I wrote...

Sharing knowledge is not a task but a way of working

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I just saw this interesting post on this topic,  thanks to Martin Roulleaux-Dugage. The difference between traditional KM and its "2.0" evolution is that it's not a task anymore but a way of doing...

Enterprise 2.0 and the myth of content generation

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Web 2.0 is fueled by user generated content (UGC) ans, logically, it should be the same within companies. It's obvious : when connecting people to information and connectiing people through information is a driving...

When channels and platforms will merge : new way to communicate in the workspace

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When we talk about connected enterprises and interconnected and interdepent employees, it's hard for many people to imagine this kind of reality, to visualize what it may look like in their day to day...

Everything and its opposite about using social networks at the office

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This week again the squabble about "pro or against using social networks at work" delivered some new arguments. While CNN was telling us using social networks at work could bring some benefits, the...

Kluster : at last a valuable social network ?

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Bored of useless social networks ? I feel the same but this note from Social Media retained my attention, mentioning a new network that seems to be different : Kluster. I don't know much about...

People are more likely to share information if they know why

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Companies know their performance depends more and more on their ability to use information. But information that's not harnessed can't be used. There are two kinds of information : company generated information that's harnessed (even...

The enterprise and the web

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Finally, many current debates are about the enterprises' ability to understand, master and harness the web, internally. This may seem trivial because purely technological and being about competences that are much lighter that those...

The only client of an intranet project is the end user

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When a company starts an intranet project a dedicated team is established. Sometimes multidisciplinary, bringing all the stakeholders together, sometimes mainly IT, the stakeholders being represented at the decision level, not at the operational...

Is web 2.0 dead or is business replacing buzzyness ?

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You must have felt this agitation that went through the blogosphere these last day, but that was also relayed by traditional medias. Web 2.0 is dead. The rumor didn't start from this note from...

Tags and networking drive E 2.0 adoption…and relativize importance of collaboration

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I wrote a few lines about the discovery of the power of web 2.0 tools at accenture a few months ago. This article from socialcomputing magasine tells us more about what's happening there. The conclusion...

My definition of an intranet

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A few times ago, I saw a discussion about the definition of an intranet. I realised that is was not so easy... an intranet has so many different sides, and there are so...

Information provided to managers is useless

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That's the conclusion of an Accenture Report (via Toby Ward). It inspired me some conclusions. We often focus on searching information. But before being searched, information has to be published. It's not only a matter...

Email vs social networks : it’s about the client, not the signal

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In brief : wondering if there's any reason to use a social network for a private conversation implies that having many tools coexisting is a given, a constraint. But it's not. The given is...

Blogs are management tools

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Bain and Company recently published a survey about 2007 trends in management tools. It's factual and analytic, don't expect to find here passionate  speech about the anything 2.0 revolution.(download here). One notable thing is the...

Enterprise and intranet 2.0 : starting from the right point

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These late days we could see a lot of posts about enterprise 2.0 adoption, some of them saying it will be very hard, others saying that enterprise 2.0 won't change the organisation. In...

Archivists : a new performance lever

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Everything started with this note about Lille Business school and some talks with an archivist, a job I didn't know at all, or, as a lot of people, a job I thought I knew...
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