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Guiding Principles for the Open Semantic Enterprise 

An open semantic enterprise is an organization that uses the languages and standards of the semantic Web, including RDF, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL and others to integrate existing information assets, using the best practices of linked data and the open world assumption, and targeting knowledge management applications. It does so using some or all of the seven guiding principles noted herein.

These guiding principles do not necessarily mean open data nor open source. The techniques can equivalently be applied to internal, closed, proprietary data and structures. The techniques can themselves be used as a basis for bringing external information into the enterprise.

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This Week’s Food for Thought:

Information Governance and Innovation  

Many people think of governance as risk containment and setting limits on data sharing, not realizing that can ultimately be an enabler of innovation. Governance may provide parameters, guidelines and policies that address risks, but it also allows the greatest possible scope for experimentation and value creation.  Governance is a foundational aspect of our offerings at MIKE2.0 and provides a comprehensive approach to increasing competency in how information is managed across organizations.

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Resource Mistakes, Part IV: Expecting Complete Obedience In this last part of my series on resource mistakes, I’ll take a look at an inherent conflict that plagues many information management (IM) and IT projects. This conflict stems from one simple statement:

The best consultants are not merely order takers–nor should they be.

I’ll let that one sink in for a minute because it tends to rub some people the wrong way. Many people erroneously believe that consultants should always just do what they’re told to do. Clients are paying us good money and, especially in this economy, who has the temerity to say no.

Here are four good reasons that the best consultants will not simply fall in line when a client asks them to do something entirely inappropriate

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Seven Simple Secrets of Enterprise 2.0 Strategy
 
In a previous article, “There is no Enterprise 2.0” I wrote about The Practice of Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Patterns and included these seven simple secrets of Enterprise 2.0 Strategy.  The original article covered several ideas and contained many resources, but I thought sharing this here would be more simple.
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