enterprise 2.0

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Enterprise 2.0 Summit : In the experts minds

As stated in my previous post, I have been invited to the Enterprise 2.0 Summit as an Ambassador. As such, I am in a unique position to reach out to the Speakers and ask them a few questions … so I contacted some of the French Speakers and here’s the result of the (wiki-based) interview … Continue reading

Is ”E2.0” for large companies only?

There has been quite a lot of talk about Enterprise 2.0 lately, thanks to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco and the E2.0 Summit in Frankfurt Germany. I have not been able to follow the American event, but I have been able to keep an eye on the Summit thanks to the back-channels put … Continue reading

From K.M. to E2.0 – Part II – Best Practices

Here we go (finally!) with Part II of my little journey back in time. If you’ve missed Part I, just click here! Today, every larger company has locations spread geographically, and even if it is the same company, usually applying the same business rules, one will find that some of these remote locations are more … Continue reading

Using the Web 2.0 in the enterprise Vs Enterprise 2.0

This post is a little parenthesis in my little series of posts ‘From KM to E2.0’. The second part of which should come in a few days … Several reading and a conference I attended not too long ago lead me to the thinking that many people are mixing two concepts which are indeed close … Continue reading

From K.M. to E2.0 – Part I – Knowledge Management

As told in my previous post, I’m starting a series of posts based on a paper I wrote back in 2002 as part of my Master in International Marketing. In this first post, I will go over the concept of Knowledge Management,  try to see in how much what was said 6 years ago still … Continue reading