Enterprise 2.0: Wiki While You Work
- By Matthew Fraser, bMighty, July 1, 2009
- The corporation is where Web 2.0 tools hold the most promise to transform social organization, but it's also where there has been the most resistance to change. Although Web 2.0 tools can have a tremendous upside for businesses, the reality is that, inside many companies, reactions to online social networking have been fixated on the downside.
Reconciling social computing with the enterprise
- Dion Hinchcliffe, June 8th, 2009
Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0
- Andrew McAfee?, June 10 2009
Ten Aspects of Web 2.0 Strategy That Every CTO and CIO Should Know
- Dion Hinchcliffe, 14 September 2008
Is There Anything New to Say about Enterprise 2.0?
- May 21, 2008, Knowledge Forward
Corporatizing the Social Network
- Nicole Ferraro, Internet Evolution, 5/30/2008
Recording of Andrew McAfee and Tom Davenport webinar discussion
- by Hylton Jolliffe, January 11, 2008
Lessons In Enterprise Web 2.0 Adoption From The BBC
- Posted by Erica Driver, Forrester Research, October 10, 2007
Enterprise 2.0 as a corporate culture catalyst
- Posted by Dion Hinchcliffe, May 5th, 2007
Why Enterprise 2.0 Won't Transform Organizations
- Posted by Tom Davenport on March 21, 2007
Enterprise 2.0 year in review
- Posted by Dion Hinchcliffe, December 19th, 2006
JP Morgan Building Web 2.0 Solutions
- by Rod Booth, June 29, 2006
- Talk about an article that details how JPMorgan Chase & Co's Carl Carrie is using innovative applications of Web 2.0 technology such as AJAX to quickly build new mash-up solutions for the bank's traders.
Enterprise Web 2.0 blog
The Trends Underlying Enterprise 2.0
- by Andrew McAfee
- The author has an article in the spring 2006 issue of Sloan Management Review (SMR) on what he calls Enterprise 2.0 -- the emerging use of Web 2.0 technologies like blogs and wikis (both perfect examples of network IT) within the Intranet
The Otter Group
Web Office White Paper
- by Rod Boothby, February 2006
- The average MBA graduates in 2006 are not just knowledge workers. They are capable of being highly networked internal entrepreneurs and innovation creators. Their ability to connect is not just about email, BlackBerries?, text messages and voice-mails. They are intimately familiar with all those tools, but ultimately, expertise with those one-to-one connectivity tools is just the price of admission.
Ready for Web 3.0?
- posted in Edge Perspectives (John Hagel's blog), December 2005
- On the relevance of Web 2.0 technologies for the enterprise.