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Adidas’ Internal Communication Team on Enterprise 2.0

Crossposted from my posterous-Blog A nice updated slideshow of Adidas’ Christian Kuhna on their implementation approaches and lessons learned. Found via George Dearing who cheekily talks about “intranet rejuvenation” – that is indeed one reasonable thing to expect when stepping into Enterprise 2.0 – refactor some of the existing stuff (see DMS Review: E2.0 braucht […]

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Social Media Revolution – really?

Blogpost crossposted from frogpond.posterous.com, video via youtube.com Everybody is liking and linking this video – so am I – but I am adding a link to Oliver Marks in ZDnet (Social Media Revolution?) – he’s got some valid points there: How did we get from that quality of presentation to claims that ’social media’ is […]

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What Works: The Web Way vs. The Wave Way

Crossposted from my posterous-Blog: Anil Dash writes about his doubts on Google Wave – will the complexity deter developers, will it invite them to add fancy bells and whistles or will it inspire them to add “incremental enhancements” to their sites? I think that everything worthwhile doing in this (Enterprise 2.0) collaboration space is going […]

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Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT page at Facebook

What is the intention? Well – the whole E2.0 SUMMIT is about bonding the European community around the E2.0 topic. Therefore we are already provide the weblog at blog.enterprise2open.com as well a newly Posterous blog at e20summit.posterous.com. All the actions are aggregated on our FB page – with that we hope to provide some value […]

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Howard Rheingold on essential media literacies

21st century media literacies from JD Lasica on Vimeo: “Increasingly I think the digital divide is less about access to technology and more about the difference between those who know how and those who don’t know how,” he said. He’s convinced that what’s most important is not access to the Internet — we have more […]

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Integrated Suite of Collaboration Tools with High Powered Metrics

Bill Ives writes about the announced offering by Telligent – stressing their market insights (integrators and integration needed) and subsequent focussing with their suite: I have written a bit on the potential for new information silos within enterprise 2.0. Telligent recognizes this. Rob Howard said, “Telligent’s strategy is to provide a platform where social computing, […]

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Catching up on missed out conferences – sign of excellence

Being at reboot made me miss out not only the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston but also Kongressmedia’s Intranet Summit 2009. Sad thing, normally I would have been there for meeting other consultants like Saim or Stephan and above all meeting practitioners and getting to know more about their intranet projects and approaches. Good then […]

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