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Enterprise 2.0 Solution Offering

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The Enterprise2.0 Solution Offering brings the collaborative concepts associated with Web2.0 into the Enterprise. Enterprise2.0 is about a technical and cultural shift within the organisation towards far greater degrees of user-driven content and content sharing. Enterprise2.0 includes mechanisms to build human and content networks, search across the Enterprise for assets, collaboratively build content and easily classify information as users find it. It acts as a major enabler for organisational transparency and openness.

Executive Summary

Enterprise 2.0 has organisations buzzing, but also confused. Many are still trying to figure out what it means to them - is it turning my company into [http:/ Facebook] or [http:/ MySpace]? Yes, [http:/ Wikipedia] has been a great success, but imagine some of the issues if tried to we run our company like that!

This Solution Offering provides an approach for implementing Enterprise 2.0 that is particularly focused around the impacts of Enteprise 2.0 and its relation to Information Development. It shows how to apply Web 2.0 techniques within an organisation to get the benefits of collaborative content development, harness the power of informal networks and to quickly adjust to shifting strategies. The proposed approach balances some of the risks related to information security, stability and staff workload.

This approach proposes that those organisations that are truly successful in taking advantage of Enterprise 2.0 will use new techniques and technologies and prioritise on developing two areas: human capital development and [Information Development]]. Through this approach, organisations can truly become more agile and more innovative.

Solution Offering Purpose

This is a Core Solution Offering. Core Solution Offerings bring together all assets in MIKE2.0 relevant to solving a specific business and technology problem. Many of these assets may already exist and as the suite is built out over time, assets can be progressively added to an Offering.

A Core Solution Offering contains all the elements required to define and deliver a go-to-market offering. It can use a combination of open, shared and private assets.

Solution Offering Relationship Overview

Solution Offering Definition

This Solution Offering provides a strategy and set of implementation techniques for implementing Enterprise 2.0 concepts and technologies in any organisation. As a Composite Solution Offering, it brings together other Core Solution Offerings in the MIKE2.0 Methodology while making use of advanced techniques. This offering provides:

  • An approach to collaboration that facilitates user-driven content creation.
  • The design and development approach to search content across the enterprise from federated content repositories
  • Mechanisms for users to easily classify content – either into a formal taxonomy or through a more informal tagging process
  • Governance models for Enterprise 2.0: standards, policies and best practices for collaborative development.
  • Design and develops the security model for sharing content across the organisation, with partners and to the public
  • Mechanisms to link more formally developed content to informal networks

The solution is defined by referencing key Core Solution Offering and then focusing on specific techniques that relate to Enterprise 2.0.

Relationship to Solution Capabilities

Relationship to Enterprise Views

Mapping to the Information Governance Framework

Mapping to the SAFE Architecture Framework

Mapping to the Overall Implementation Guide

Mapping to Supporting Assets

Logical Architecture, Design and Development Best Practices

Product-Specific Implementation Techniques

Product Selection Criteria

Relationships to other Solution Offerings

Extending the Open Methodology through Solution Offerings

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