Are you smarter than a ten years old kid ?

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This is the proof inspiration can be find in a stupid TV show...I think you may have the same show abroad...whatever the name is. Here is my own version.. Take a teenager and an adult.. Put...

Email, hamsters and bottlenecks

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A few weeks ago, I was a part of a panel intiatied by Yann Gourvennec,  with Vincent Berthelot and Emilie Ogez. At the beginning there was a book , The Hamster Revolution: How...

What’s the next big thing in HCM ? From Human Capital Assessment to Realization

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It's a question I asked to myself after having read this note from Thomas Otter who was wondering what will be the next innovation in HCM Software. Even if everything can be improved, I think...

11 tips for a friend who’d like to try enterprise 2.0

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I often talk with friends who experience every day at work the problems I write about here and, once, they end by asking "what's this thing you write about...enterprise 2.0 ? I ear about...

Ambiant tools to catch your company’s social signals

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I know that many of my readers are more "enterprise" than "2.0", but it's important to have a look at what's happining to the general public in order to understand what will happen to...

Network or proximity ? Where’s the value for businesses ?

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Social networks seem to be used to fit nearly any case, regardless to the fact their value come from the context. As an example, my newtorks on facebook and linkedin have nothing in common,...

Does enterprise (2.0) need a pilot ?

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It started with this provocative post from Michael Idinopulos. His message is quite claire : assuming that enterprise 2.0 relies on networked interactions, that these interations need a critical mass of users not only...

From Google Wave to Social Networks : the social napoleon

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For a long time, and because many thought they could import the social web's behaviors in the enterprise as is, the projects aiming at bringing the social dimension within employee's work tried to structure...

Hawthorne effect, social computing’s productivity and double budget

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An ununderstandable title to verbalize the link that suddently appeared to me between three apparently unlinked subjects. What are we talking about ? • Hawthorne effect : result of an Elton Mayo's experiment about poductivity in...

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....

Social Software : think about people first

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Considering social software, I've always thought that social practices and people's waits were more important that the "system". I didn't say anything else in wy mote about alignment : tool is the consequence of...

Adopting new practices in multiple contexts

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Knowing that people have to face multiple contexts in their work, we have to make sure that new practices and tools are enablers in each situation. I do not write "social" or "2.0" in...

The very nature of 2.0 ratings

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When talking about 2.0 ratings, many people jump on statistics tools provide. But enterprise 2.0 being above all a way of doing things, I wondered if, more than measuring people's 2.0 activity there would...

Your knowledge helps you more than your productivity

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I've always had an ambiguous feeling about productivity. In the one hand, doing more or faster with the same amount of resources is a significant improvement. In the other hand, with hindsight, we have...

An internal social network replaces nothing but improves the existing

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Summary : A social network ? Yes but to replace what ? How many times did we hear this question at the time this kind of tools was entering the corporate workspace. Considering social...

Should organizations limit collaboration ?

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Summary :with the coming of social media in the workplace, organizations began to dream of a spontaneous self-driven collaboration that would get rid of rules and organization frameworks to deliver outstanding results. Today we...

The end of Google Wave : both something logical and a half-truth

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Summary : Google announced the end of Wave last week. Beyond the logical deception of those who adopted it and believed in it, many lessons can be learned from this project, most of all...

Software is business by nature, information social by purpose

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At the first times of the coming of 2.0 tools in the workplace, they used to be conscientiously locked into secured experimental bubbles in order to tame them in a safe context. This kind...

Are in-the-flow activities a cure against cultural barriers ?

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The importance of culture on the success of enterprise 2.0 projects is now acknoledged by everybody. The issue was widely discussed at the last Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Franfort where I took part in...

33 things to know about those who make your online social spaces live

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I wrote a lot about community management these last month for a simple reason: there's so much confusion about a topic that's said being strategic that heading for disaster and throwing the baby with...
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