Another week of Tweets and links – several pages’-worth, so click on the ‘More’ link for the full list.
Tag: enterprise 2.0
And another week of Tweets and links on social-media, narrative-knowledge, enterprise architecture, business and and society in general. Click the ‘More…’ link for the full list.
Another week’s worth of Tweets and links on narrative-knowledge, enterprise architecture, business and and society in general, and so-called ‘Enterprise 2.0’. Click the ‘More…’ link for the full list.
After the sour taste of the McAfee farrago, it’s been a real pleasure to come across some solid fact and solid sense on ‘Enterprise 2.0’, from renowned usability expert Jakob Nielsen. (Thanks to Oscar Berg and others for the link.) …
Like Oscar Berg, I’ve been decidedly underwhelmed at Andrew McAfee’s response to our critiques of his definition of ‘Enterprise 2.0’. To me he hasn’t addressed any of the critique at all. For what it’s worth, I posted a comment to …
As usual, a lot of Tweets and links this week, on the usual topics such as narrative-knowledge, ‘Enterprise 2.0’, enterprise architecture and society in general. Click the ‘More…’ link for the full list.
To me, a core aspect of an enterprise’s architecture revolves around the role of conversation in collaboration and cooperation – the human side of business knowledge, as expressed within the broader enterprise that extends beyond the organisation’s borders. Hence a …
Another long list of useful comments and links: click on the ‘More’ link for more:
A lot of good stuff, with a lot of useful links; but kind of long, so click on the ‘More…’ link to see the full list: