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Archive for March, 2008

by: Sean.mcclowry
20  Mar  2008

An Enterprise 2.0 industry capability model

Web 2.0 is a collection of standards, technologies and techniques.   While there are some differences in approach between Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0, most of the elements are the same.  Many industries can benefit from an Enterprise 2.0 approach and an objective comparison model is a good way to explain the benefits to a business community.   Refer to this post on FastForward to get a best understanding of this model and how it can be applied. 

For more detail, refer the following links on MIKE2.0: 

Category: Enterprise2.0, MIKE2.0
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by: Sean.mcclowry
20  Mar  2008

Bottom Up Social Networks

Facebook and MySpace are the world’s most popular Social Networking sites, but are they the best model for bringing these web 2.0 concepts into the enterprise?

 

In this post of fastforward, I talk about a bottom up approach to social networks - using information to enhance and collaboratively form new social networks of participants with common interests. The post discusses this model of application web 2.0 concepts in the enteprise – enterprise 2.0.

This is one of the things we are working on in MIKE2.0 – we think it should really help in building a methodology for information development.

Category: Enterprise2.0, MIKE2.0
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