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Enterprise 2.0, A Culture Focused Strategy

People Oriented Enterprise 2.0

A company must believe in their employees, making them fundamental nodes of their network.  Enterprise 2.0 software must be able to see and orchestrate all needed processes.  Organizations need to cultivate a culture of leaders that value effective knowledge sharing, collaboration, and meritocracy.

Meritocracy in the Enterprise

Meritocracy is a system of government or other organization wherein appointments are made and responsibilities assigned to individuals based upon demonstrated intelligence and ability (merit).  Meritocracy components such as kudos, karma, rating, badges, voting, and ranking are very simple to add into software running on Enterprise 2.0 Platforms.  People like being recognized for their achievements.  Recognizing people for positive activity is a cost effective way to increase adoption of your Enterprise 2.0 Platform.

Enterprise 2.0 Platforms

Enterprise 2.0 Platforms should be Freeform, Frictionless, and Emergent.

  • Freeform: The technology does not in any meaningful way impose, hardwire or make and enforce assumptions about workflows, roles, privileges, content and decision-right allocations.
  • Frictionless: Users perceive it to be easy to participate in the platform, and can do so with very little time or effort
  • Emergent: Mechanisms of online emergence are: linking, tagging, following, etc

Enterprise 2.0 Technology

E 2.0 Platform Technology should be based on Web Oriented Architecture (WOA), extending Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) that leverages Representational State Transfer (REST), supporting Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).

This type of structure can support the use of internal/external Integration, Social Components, Mashups, Federated Enterprise App Stores, and Cloud Computing.

Enterprise 2.0. How Iron Man would work..

Fav Five Faces

Who is on your “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week?

Here are amazing people that have connected me to new friends and new ideas this week. You might be familiar with “Fantasy Football Teams” , well this is my “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week. I recommend following these smart, creative people on Twitter.

twitter-emilianopecis fotografia, enterprise 2.0, oracle, open source, semantic web, software engineer. http://twitter.com/emilianopecis He has not been very active on Twitter lately, but you can find some great stuff on his blog http://blogs.oracle.com/woa/
twitter-bhc3 VP of Product at Spigit, the SaaS enterprise innovation management platform. And a Dad who misses running marathons. http://twitter.com/bhc3
twitter-wileyccoyote Dir of Digital Mktg for @INgageNetworks| Blogger for iMediaConnection.com | Runner | Maker of Super Special Pancakes | All-around Awesome Mom | TMI SMU UTD Grad http://twitter.com/wileyccoyote
ricardolucas-twitter Formación con simulaciones de empresa y juegos serios (serious games). Marketing, Mundos Virtuales, Redes y Medios Sociales, Web 2.0, IT, Innovación http://twitter.com/ricardolucas
tdoyon-twitter Passionate about empowering people & companies through social collaboration, strategy, research & analytics; Hire me if you need some actionable insights http://twitter.com/tdoyon