I am a scientist for a small biotech company in the antibody engineering field. Although I am an active member of the Austrian Web 2.0 community with a focus on twitter, I would describe myself more as a social media enthusiast than as an Enterprise 2.0 expert. I try to evangelize people about E 2.0, Web 2.0 and bring people together who are interested in these topics. I also tweet under the nick @querdekner
I started to take an interest in E 2.0 at around the same time I started to study applied knowledge management. After joining the Enterprise 2.0 Forum on XING, I went to the E 2.0 SUMMIT in Frankfurt. Currently IÂ´m working on my master thesis connected to E 2.0.
Tapping into the knowledge that resides in all the people working for one organization and thereby improving collaboration, innovation and knowledge management.
As McAfee puts it, it is not primarily about technology! I see E 2.0 more as a cultural phenomenon than a technical breakthrough.
Increased employee engagement, faster and better collaboration and problem solving as well as improved decision making processes.
Cultural issues in every imaginable form.
Social media enthusiast, learning, biotechnology
- [[http://www.thecontenteconomy.com/2010/01/enterprise-20-and-collective_21.html">The Content Economy by Oscar Berg]]
- [[http://cours.ebsi.umontreal.ca/SCI6144/lecture/seance%207/S%C3%A9ance%2007%20Enterprise%202.0%20The%20dawn%20of%20emergent%20collaboration.pdf">Enterprise 2.0: The Dawn of Emergent Collaboration]]
- [[http://files.meetup.com/314479/enterprise2%200.pdf">Enterprise 2.0: Collaboration and Knowledge Management Renaissance]]
There are quite a lot of people I would like to mention but since this list would be very long I just pick the first three who come to my mind:
[[http://twitter.com/IntranetMatters">Stephan Schillerwein]] [[http://twitter.com/frogpond">Martin Koser]] [[http://twitter.com/haiderit">Haider Shnawa]]