The smarter enterprise — Online Collaboration

One more intruiging question. Has online collaboration make u, ur collegaes  and your team smarter. What about your competitors outside and inside your enterprise.

Found at The smarter enterprise — Online Collaboration.

Enterprises spend $270 billion on software every year, yet some can’t even calculate the number of employees in their organizations. Shocking?

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KMWorld Trend-Setting Products of 2011 – KMWorld Magazine

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Global Intranet Trends for 2011 (part 3)

Found at http://www.jmorganmarketing.com/global-intranet-trends-for-2011-part-3/

 

Just to re-cap all of the data and the charts shown in this post are from a report which Jane McConnell put together.  You can find the report available for purchase as well as a link to her new survey for 2012 here.

Let’s start things off by looking at the soft benefits that organizations are seeing as a result of deploying “social media” tools within their organizations.  Just a quick point of clarification “leaders” as seen in the charts below refers to what Jane classified as leading companies, not leaders within organizations.  We can see that the greatest soft benefit is “better informed employees.”  This of course makes sense but I’m personally curious to understand how better informed employees can make better decisions at work!

Based on the research that I am doing for my book and the survey

Just to re-cap all of the data and the charts shown in this post are from a report which Jane McConnell put together.  You can find the report available for purchase as well as a link to her new survey for 2012 here Read all at 

.http://www.jmorganmarketing.com/global-intranet-trends-for-2011-part-3/

 

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Recommended: Links for this week

Recommended: Links for this week (weekly) – SharePoint: Is It Worth Using as a Collaboration Tool? “In this po… http://ow.ly/1d47xS

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Enterprise Collaboration: Focus On Improving Practices Creating Value with New Collaboration Technology

These quadrants suggest that approaches are similar in importance. Taken into mind that – in my opinion – this probably will  be different, this box still presents perfectly the importance of reflecting and acting about new tools and practices. From Bertrand Duperrin.

Found at Enterprise Collaboration: Focus On Improving Practices.

As the simplistic model below shows, an organization could aim to improve existing practices by introducing new technologies and use them to develop new practices, but also by developing new practices with the use of existing technologies.

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Social Intranet – The Intersection Diagram « … or not

Found at Social Intranet – The Intersection Diagram « … or not.

Social Intranet – The Intersection Diagram

Often in SharePoint 2010 implementations we see Portals, Team sites and Social sites being treated as separate conceptual entities. Although they have their own merits and add specific value individualy, it is in “the intersection” where we find the ideal balance of flexibility, context and business alignment for open collaboration. Furthermore, in the intersection, the user experience allow us to easily flow between the different spheres and levels of formality.

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Collaboration 2.0: Radically Evolved Accenture’s Employee-Client Ecosystem

Found at Collaboration.

Collaboration 2.0 – A Game-Changing ‘Social Strategy‘ That Radically Evolved Our Employee-Client Ecosystem

By Chris Crawford, Accenture’s director of Social Computing and Collaboration

 

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