It’s the economy, stupid.

Recent conversations about Enterprise 2.0 have, it seems to me, become increasingly focused on return on investment (ROI). This is a rational consequence of any number of factors — in order to deploy these technologies in any sensible fashion, it is necessary to demonstrate that doing so will bring a return on the investment needed […]

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Upcoming: Pre-SUMMIT WikiCamp on Oct 6th

Preceeding the Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT (you know, Oct 7. & 8. in Frankfurt) Björn and I are planning to host a BarCamp-style meetup of Wiki-consultants, -developers, -users and all people generally interested in enterprise wikis. Given that Oct 6 is pre-conference workshop day anyway we’ve thought that WikiCamp ’09 is a nice and fitting name. […]

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Breaking down the discussions about collaborative performance

Underneath the curtain of a static web announcement lots of content-related discussions regarding the program of the Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT 09 are happening. From a small circle we have now extended our advisory and feedback board to a number of well-known Enterprise 2.0 experts including (in alphabetical order of their lastname) Lee Bryant, Willms Buhse, […]

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Looking back at CeBIT (and the Enterprise 2.0 TV show)

On CeBIT friday – right after the Enterprise 2.0 SUMMIT Meetup – Dion Hinchcliffe hosted the first european Enterprise 2.0 TV show. On the panel there were: Coremedia‘s Sören Stamer Frank Schönefeld of T-Systems MMS Craig Hepburn of Opentext (see my interview with him) Aidan Troy from IBM Peter Fischer from Microsoft and Steve Bjorg […]

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Pre-SUMMIT interview with Jeff Schick

After occupying roundabout 80% of the screen in my interview with Vassil Mladjov of Blogtronix, I am really glad that Jeff Schick, vice president social computing of IBM is featured a bit more in the interview below: [sevenload tkOaDEX] We talked about his views of Enterprise 2.0, the changes the social web brings to the […]

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Pre-SUMMIT interview with Vassil Mladjov

Next part of the CeBIT interviews – up on the slate is Vassil Mladjov of Blogtronix. Like in the interview with Craig Hepburn both of us had lots of fun (notice Vassil handing me a big pack of dollars for supporting further “independent consulting and analysis” …). With Vassil I talked about the benefits of […]

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Pre-SUMMIT interview with Craig Hepburn

During my three days at CeBIT I interviewed a number of Enterprise 2.0 people, like Jeff Schick and Stefan Pfeiffer of IBM Frank Schönefeld of T-Systems MMS Dirk Röhrborn of Communardo Craig Hepburn of OpenText Vassil Mladjov of Blogtronix Joshua Wold of Atlassian Wolf Ingmar Faecks of Sapient and, last but not least, Mark Masterson […]

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