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...

When 2.0 dissolves into businesses

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If there's a big confusion around enterprise 2.0 it's because of its perimeter, what  makes the concept very nebulous for novices and even for specialist who sometimes seem to disagree although hey are sayning...

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...

I’m more productive when I get rid of the tools I use

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After a long reflection I realized that the tools I use were the cause of a high level improductivity. And that the others gives me incredible services. Try to pay attention to this in the...

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...

On august 1st, some companies will start giving up email

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To all employees: Beginning August 1st, you will no longer be able to send an e-mail to another employee of our organization. After some study, we have concluded that such e-mails are almost never the...

What about a digg like on your intranet ?

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A few days ago someone asked me about the interest of using u a digg-like tool on an intranet and if I knew about such experiences. It was hard for me to find such examples...

Facebook is topping Google ? If I were an IT guy I would wonder...

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As you may have heard these last weeks, Facebook topped Google for the first time. Not in market value but in hits. Anecdote for some, beginning of a new era for others, many things...

Enterprise 2.0 and social business : what to expect in 2012 ?

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Résumé : what will be the enterprise 2.0 / social business in 2012 ? It will highly depends on choices organizations will make to deal with the paradox of finding ways to go out...

How Finaref managed to get both innovation and web 2.0 within the organization

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I never write anything about my projects and clients in my job at blueKiwi two reasons : first the company has it own site to communicate and, second, there's always a suspicion about objectivity...

Participate in the 4th Global Intranet Strategies Survey

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As every year, Jane McConnell is working on her yearly survey about intranet Strategies. A survey that is eagerly-expected because of the high quality of her works. You can still participate until August 31st. The 4th...

Collective intelligence and mass collaboration have to be learned at school

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I often say that our teatchers and parents didn't help us to be fully efficient in our professionnal carreer.  Just have a look at all those principles we grew up with : You musn't copy...

Building a “first life” on the intranet

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Everybody talks about Second Life and try to find it an application within the enterprise. It seems Accenture has such a project for its intranet, IBM has a "secret island" on SL too... I'm not...

Using wikis as a coaching tool

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I've already writen someting about blogs as a self development tool, now this is wiki as a coaching tool . You can also find things in English here. It's a very interesting concept because...

Is facebook Evil or a nice training field ?

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Serena Software looked conspicuous those last weeks by encouraging its employees to use Facebook. An interesting news at the time the famous social network was accused of making companies loose millions of...

Transform usages and boost social networks adoption with email

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Summary : there's no biggest enemy for any enterprise social network than the email it's supposed to replace and that will remain central on user's screen for years through its client. What is a...

Blogs increase IBM’s intranet readership

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As we all now, IBM counts thousands bloggers. What people often ignore is that IBM also have internal blogs that preceded the public blogs. In this interview, Christopher Barger, IBM's "chief blogging officer" tels something...
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