Yearly Archives: 2010

To install an internal blog isn’t always easy

Using blogs within a company can be a useful tool. Looking for a best practice example for a seminar I had some discussions around this topic. I recognized that it’s not easy to start and run a successful good blog. One example out of my projects shows that it can fail easily. A business manager […]

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Does Social E-mail helps to enable Enterprise 2.0

E-mail is still be used from everybody. Young people are moved to chats and social networks, but nevertheless they have e-mail. So people are familiar with it and it’s available in every company. Why not add social media moving it to social e-mail. There some tools availble which support this approach. I found these two […]

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Too much secrets

A lot of information and knowledge are available in companies, government departments or other organisations. Many of these are handled with security to avoid that they appear outside of the companies and organisations, but nowadays it’s really difficult to make sure that it not happens. The publishing of more than 250.000 US State Department documents […]

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Some “old fashioned” Interfaces needed

Wednesday I did a presentation at the Twittwoch in Cologne and presented our Social Messaging (Micro blogging and sharing) study. I showed some of the features and explained why we chose them. The input options of the solutions was one of these examples. I mentioned options like sending an e-mail or sms to create status […]

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Luis Suarez on #e20s: “Knowledge shared is power”

Luis Suarez (IBM) has been working in the areas of Knowledge Management, Collaboration, Online Communities and Social Computing for over a decade now. Here are some of his thoughts on that topic and his appearance at the Enterprise 2. SUMMIT. 1.) You take part in the panel on different adoption archetypes for Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. […]

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IT Knowledge needed

We are discussing many topics talking about Enterprise 2.0 adoption, but IT was brushed a little bit under the carpet on the actual debates. I agree that other topics like motivation, strategy, communication or culture are very important, but the functionality of the used solution must work properly as well to run successful E20 projects. […]

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Does the legitimacy of members of my social graph increase the importance and trustworthiness of my information?

A number of scholars have argued that if an actor’s partner in a network form of organization possesses considerable legitimacy or status, then the actor may derive legitimacy or status through the affiliation. This legitimacy or status may in turn have a number of positive economic benefits for the actor, ranging from survival to organizational […]

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Workshop-Ergebnisse “Change Management & Social Media” des Swiss Intranet SUMMITs

Beim diesjährigen Swiss Intranet SUMMIT in Zürich wurde im Open Space Workshop unter anderem das Thema “Change Management & Social Media” behandelt. Geleitet wurde der Workshop von Andreas Gerig und Michel Pertek von Namics. Den Blogbeitrag von Andreas Gerig zum Workshop und den Key Learnings daraus können Sie hier nachlesen. Vielen Dank für den Beitrag […]

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Open Space Workshop at the E 2.0 SUMMIT: The six session proposed and selected

Last week we started a call-for-participation for this year’s Open Space Workshop sessions at the Entprise 2.0 SUMMIT. While some of the workshop topics will still be defined at the conference directly – resulting from the ideas and questions gathered during the “Market of Ideas” – six topics have already been proposed and selected in […]

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