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Thomas Pichon: Success with social technologies needs more than gut instinct

In addition to my posting two weeks ago I have recorded a little interview with Thomas Pichon from blogspirit. Thomas is the engagement and gamification expert at blogSpirit, an enterprise social network solutions provider from Paris (Disclaimer: and again supporter of E20 SUMMIT 2013), as well as a highly engaged member of the Paris E20 […]

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Harold Jarche: E20 & HR are talking different languages!

It’s been already two weeks since our last virtually “extended” E20 Meetup in Paris on the role of HR and OD in Enterprise 2.0 initiatives. We have already published the transcript of tweets in this Storify document.  And while this format has its own challenges in regards to the moderation and the language issues (so far the E20 […]

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Adoption & Engagement Management as Key Excellence Factors for the E20 Project

E20 success depends on systematic adoption & engagement management

As discussed in my post yesterday the call is out there to make the social business transformation happen and it’s time to advance the distinguished discussion on the how to define the right project roadmap for putting the social business model in place. While I am writing quite a lot about the challenges for corporations […]

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Need of Making the Social Business Transformation Happen!

While the adoption of E20 initiatives is widely growing, the transformation towards new organizational structures, new forms of corporate culture and leadership values is still struggling. The idea of the scientific management, relying on the work of Frederic Winslow Taylor, is still ruling the corporate reality and with this also its characteristics – like a strong focus […]

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Off to a new #e20s season!

Every year in September we are waking up out of our “long summer sleeping and dreaming” to restart the #e20s season and re-ignite the discussions on how “social” is changing the way organizations are structured and doing business in the future. As last year we have planned a firework of activities like E20 Meetups in […]

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E20 as a mean to support the organizational performance goals of HR

As already mentioned in my recent blog post we are strongly heading towards a more HR und Organizational Development driven discussion at our events like the E20 SUMMIT and the German IOM SUMMIT. I therefore took my Easter break to digg down a little bit into the current understanding of the HR and OD views […]

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Demystifying the gamification idea for the Enterprise 2.0

In a recent article on eWeek Chris Preimesberger features Jive Software as the “leader of the pack” in bringing the “gamification” idea to the intranet. While I was first enthrilled about the headline of the article, I was disappointed at the end. Why? Because the article leaves the reader unclear in which extend the solutions […]

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Walking the Talk on the Search for the Social Business Excellence

It’s been a while that I have published some content in this place – and it’s hard to find into blogging-mode again after weeks of not contributing. After all many contributions about the outcomes of the E20 SUMMIT have already been made (and put together in this wiki system by Jim Worth). Therefore to add […]

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