Enterprise Social Softwares

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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

From Knowledge Management to Communities of Practice to Enterprise 2.0

A few days ago, I mentioned in a conversation on Apprendre 2.0, a French speaking community sharing on the topic of using the 2.0 tools in a teaching environment, that I had written a paper on Communities of Practice. One of the member, Jadlat, asked me if he could have a look at the paper … Continue reading

McKinsey Global Survey on Building the Web 2.0 Enterprise

McKinsey just released an overview of their second annual survey on the business use of Web 2.0 technologies … What it basically tells us, is that not only do more organizations (worldwide) embrace what some call the Enterprise 2.0, even if I prefer the terms Enterprise Social Softwares (ESS), but they are adopting more of … Continue reading