Hardcore Enterprise 2.0 People Only Please!

Collaborative Innovation by John Seely Brown

Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation

  • If you think Enterprise 2.0 is Facebook behind the firewall, this is not for you
  • If you copy Social Networking features into your E 2.0 solution without knowing why, this is not for you
  • If you put technology before people, this is not for you
  • If Culture is not part of your Enterprise 2.0 Strategy, this is not for you

How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion

This presentation is almost an hour long, but it is well worth the small investment of time.  This is not just a few golden nuggets of wisdom, it’s a goldmine of information you can use right now.

John take us on a wonderful journey in the world of innovation and shows us what extreme surfing and World of Warcraft can teach the enterprise.  I encourage you to watch the whole video. If you just want to catch the SOA & Cloud Computing stuff then fast forward about 30 minutes.

(You may want to have a notebook handy for this one)

Learn more about Enterprise 2.0

The Enterprise 2.0 Conference Boston is happening right now.  Their theme is Collaborative technologies accelerate information flow to drive revenue and productivity.  You can get video streams and more informaiton on their site.  You can also fish for wisdom in this Twitter Stream #e2conf

About Daniel Hudson

Mr. Hudson is an emerging technologies consultant working in the Washington DC area. He has over 10 years experience at leveraging and integrating technologies in new ways to help people and organizations meet their objectives and achieve their goals.
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  2. Wonderful site and theme, would really like to see a bit more content though!
    Great post all around, added your XML feed! Love this theme, too!

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