Yearly Archives: 2010

Call-For-Participation for the Open Space Workshop

Good news – we have opened up our “open space workshop” also to not-yet attendees. While the open space workshop at last year’s conference was structured by the open issues and questions of only conference attendees, we have re-defined the concept for this year’s workshop. With today’s “call for topics” everybody can suggest a session […]

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Bertrand’s “hot topics” for the Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT 2010

Bertrand Duperrin (@bduperrin), Consultant at NextModernity, is part of this year’s E 2.0 SUMMIT Advisory Board. In addition, he will be the speaker of the Expert Session “Overcoming Cultural Boundaries” on October 26. Besides his expectations for the conference, he has also told us about his four “hot”conference topics: Cultural / local issues: “The European […]

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Rate the content

A well know way to rate content is the “I like” function on Facebook. It’s easy to understand and used by a lot of people. Generally the people rate that they like things people describe and sometimes the quality of the content. I guess pictures are a good example to show the problem with such […]

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How to do tagging?

While I was working on the analysis of our social messaging provider study, I had to think about tagging. It sounds as it’s easy to implement tagging at an Enterprise 2.0 system, but it isn’t, if you really start thinking about it. Tagging is generally a good solution to classify content. It’s some kind of […]

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Blazing the trail for E 2.0

The English version of the printed program brochure for our Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT is currently being produced, and we finally had Ronna Porter, a native speaker, check it for mistakes. Obviously, our nice and well-invented conference theme “Setting the path towards an open and agile enterprise” is not 100% idiomatic. If only we had realized […]

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Should Enterprise 2.0 address hierarchy?

Enterprise 2.0 culture is open, democratic, collaborative and addresses a flat hierarchy, but the reality in companies is mostly different nowadays. Generally the culture is hierarchical and based on control. Most of the decision needs an (or more) approval and communication is a management topic. At the beginning of an Enterprise 2.0 project you need […]

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Oscar Berg on transparency

Oscar Berg, Senior Management Consultant at Acando in Sweden, will be holding a presentation at this year’s Enterprsie 2.0 SUMMIT. He is going to talk about transparency and the challenges that come along with it for the organization. 1.) Oscar, could you please give us three tags that describe what to expect from your talk? […]

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And now about the guys: Our male Advisory Board

Having already introduced our female Advisory Board members , it is now the guys’ turn. Some of them have told us their expectations and focus topics for this year’s conference. Bertrand Duperrin is a Consultant at Nextmodernity in France, carrying out consultancy missions in the field of new management, information, and communication technologies. His career […]

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