Tag Archive | "Enterprise 2.0"

IAM Talking: Employee engagement, BIG E vs little e – With Robb Webb, Chief Human Resources Officer for Hyatt Corporation and Dan Keldsen

December 17, 2012 2 comments

Today, the topic is Employee Engagement, and what engagement means from several perspectives.  Welcome to IAM Talking, a periodic podcast interview series, with your host, Dan Keldsen, Chief Innovation Officer at Information Architected. Today IAM Talking with Robb Webb, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for Hyatt Corporation, and who has been described as the “Culture […]

Using Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)

August 7, 2012 No comments yet

Featured post by Information Architected Consulting Partner, Patti Anklam. Organizational network analysis (ONA) uses a subset of methods developed for social network analysis (SNA), a methodology for collecting information about connections among entities (usually people), developing visual representations of the relationships of those connections and applying mathematical analyses to understand patterns and derive insights. ONA […]

More Collaboration (isn’t Enough)

June 16, 2011 4 comments

If you’re looking to “Enterprise 2.0″ to make you: Better at collaboration, or More social, or Better at innovation, or Anything else that is equally vague… stop right now. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. And certainly, do not buy or build any Enterprise 2.0 tech just yet. Let’s Back Up… What will […]

Leadership and Networks

January 4, 2011 1 comment

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Patti Anklam of Net Work. In the concluding chapter of my book, Net Work, I focused on “The Leader’s Net Work.”  From reading about and talking to leaders of networks, I arrived at the following set of prescriptions: Network […]

Convergence and Integration – Easy to Fail!

December 9, 2010 4 comments

It was recently recommended to me that I pick up a copy of “Billion-Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn from the Most Inexcusable Business Failures of the Last 25 Years” published in 2008 by Paul B. Carroll and Chunka Mui. Fascinating book so far – as usual, bought the book wirelessly while I was having […]

Enterprise 2.0 – Web to Desktop and Back (Again)

November 24, 2010 No comments yet

Vancouver-based ThoughtFarmer recently announced ThoughtFarmer 4.0 – one highlight I’d like to call attention to is their “Desktop Connector” application/feature. Enterprise 2.0 is not just about browser-based interactions, and wholly executed content creation/lifecycles within the browser… More than the Web The rise of wikis and similar web-based tools that make up the Enterprise 2.0 toolset have largely […]

Link, Look, Learn – at Social Objects

September 24, 2010 1 comment

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Patti Anklam of Net Work. A former Digital/Compaq colleague, Bob Fleischer sent me a link to Jyri Engeström’s blog entry, Why some social network services work and others don’t — Or: the case for object-centered sociality, which provides an interesting perspective on […]

IAM Alert: Adobe to Acquire Day Software for $240 Million USD

August 2, 2010 No comments yet

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): On July 28th, 2010, Adobe announced it’s intention to acquire Switzerland-based Day Software for approximately $240 Million USD. (see press release from Adobe) The Past, Present and Future of Adobe With the acquisition of Day Software (highly scalable, standards and open source-oriented [not as deployment/sales model, but as underpinnings]), […]

E2.0 With FAME Will Come Obscurity

June 22, 2010 2 comments

Last week the Enterprise 2.0 Conference was held right here in my hometown, Boston MA.  As usual, the E2.0 community was abuzz with Twitter (#e2conf).  But, now, with the show a happy memory, many of us attendees reflect more deeply than 140 characters allows, in our blog posts.  The blogosphere is ripe with conference coverage. […]

2.0 is a Balancing Act, “Oh Really”

May 27, 2010 1 comment

It’s likely you have been following the pressure Facebook has been getting concerning its privacy policies.  The pressure seems to be working, as Facebook recently announced it will change its approach to privacy and make it easier for users to protect their personal data. This has been an on going battle.  I first commented on […]

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