Special Enterprise 2.0 event in Paris on Nov. 13. Join us !

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You all know my creeds : tools must be made to improve the way people work, companies must improve their agility by working as networks (and even more in these difficult times...) etc. ect....

Enterprise 2.0 : success comes from organizational approach

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This is what to conclude from this McKinsey Survey (by the way, it confirms what I've been thinking for years) that tries to bring us a view of the state of the art in...

Enterprise 2.0 : the time when Mr McKinsey, The Geek and Mrs Smith seat...

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One of the biggest issues encountered in the the first "enteprise 2.0" projets and, globally in everything that aimed at changing in any way the people work according to current issues, was the fact...

Organizing for value

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One more interesting report at McKinsey's : this one is titled : “Organizing for value“. You will learn that - the traditional divisional structure is not relevant to create value - companies will have to fav...

Once knowledge will be outsourced, enterprises will only be expertise coordinators

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In a previous post I was saying that, one day, enterprise's main role will be to organize a value chain and coordinate expertises, some of them being internal and some others internal. Economy's "knowledgization"...

Enterprise 2.0 can impact beyond intangible assets

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In some pevious posts we (quickly) saw how enterprise 2.0 can impact enterprise's intangible assets, supporting the value creation process. But, looking at the following diagram, we can also wonder if it's possible to go...

How Enterprise 2.0 can help managing and improving organizational capital to support strategy

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This is the third (and last) post of the series about enterprise 2.0 and intangible assets. Why do "organization capital" ? It's the ability to mobilize and support the change process that is needed...

The Next Step in Open Innovation

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Distributed innovation, collaboration with clients and partners are becoming central in companies' strategic reflexion. To learn more about this subject I often discuss here, it's at McKinsey's.

Developing and managing information capital to support strategy : can enterprise 2.0 help ?

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After some days "off" (too busy at work to take care of my blog), this is the second post of my series about how enterprise may support strategy. After human capital comes information capital. It's...

Enterprise 2.0 and Human Capital Management to support strategy

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As we saw in a previous post, since human, information and organization capital support all the processes that create value, the question we have to answer is whether all these things we put...

Enteprise 2.0 is doing old things in a new way

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When having to say "what's enterprise 2.0", we can be either dreamer or pragmatic. I'm not against the will to reivent the enterprise but I can hardly guess which goals can be assigned to...

Reaching strategic goals : intangible assets matter. The Strategy maps approach to Enterprise 2.0

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As I said in a previous post, there's one and only one way to know whether something is worth or not : whether it supports the enteprise's strategy, whether not. In the first...

A strategy for enterprise 2.0 or enterprise 2.0 for strategy ?

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Willing to build enterprise 2.0 is a nice project, most of all, it's important to know why. As I often said (here for example) if the project supports your straegy it helps making people...

Innovation at Google : a model to follow ?

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A few weeks ago I read a note on Internet Actu , about Google's innovation model, where many expert gave their opinion on whether it was a model to follow or an...

Balanced Scorecard, value creation, and entreprise 2.0 : anyone can help ?

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My thought of the moments are taking me to places where my knowledge reaches its limits and where I don't find (or not as quickly as I want) relevant informations. So I'm submiting you my...

Do your prefer Jazz Ensembles or Symphonic Orchestras ?

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Taken from the cover of "Boston Consulting Group on Strategy" : "The winning organization of the future will look more like a collection of jazz ensembles than a symphony orchestra."
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