From its not-so-humble beginnings, introducing social concepts to the enterprise has been met simultaneously with disdain and excitement. Vendors have led the charge in creating market awareness for the consumption of social software platforms and their related consulting and technical
Most companies are bracing for the socialization of the enterprise. Some with fear and trepidation; some with enthusiasm and high expectations. Regardless of where you are in the timeline, what’s clear is the need for hands-on instruction with the folks
cross posted from ITSinsider: Interest in the 2.0 Adoption Council has been fantastic. Over forty members have filled our ranks. Each of our members has an extremely demanding day job. Educating, motivating, cajoling, rationalizing, bargaining, organizing, tracking, recruiting, and learning
Within 24 hours, the 2.0 Adoption Council has amassed an impressive showing of large enterprises who are wrestling with adoption issues for 2.0 tools and practices.
Join the 2.0 Adoption Council! This post is cross-posted from the Enterprise 2.0 Conference blog: It was fantastic to meet so many customers this year struggling with the issue of adoption in their enterprise. The following is a post I
I had the privilege to speak to a number of Research Board members last week on how 2.0 is dramatically changing large organizations. In the course of preparing the presentation, it occurred to me that HR has a powerful early
A gift arrived for executive leadership with web 2.0 technology. This gift sometimes slips in the back door, under the radar of the IT department, but it is one that should be exposed and embraced. What gift? The gift of