Enterprise 2.0 evolution 2006/2008

"Web 2.0 goes for Enterprise 2.0," I wrote November 10, 2006. It was during the IST 2006 in Helsinki.

You've optimized experiences. What are rich Internet applications? Ajax and Flex are tools.

Engaging user experience improves productivity and user adoption. Rich Internet Applications change the way users interact with Enterprise applications.

Web 2.0 can be defined as interactive and dynamic, it's also marked by websites that get updated frequently.

  1. A human tone of voice and communication methods

  2. User generated content and interaction

  3. Blogs and Wikis are the work horses of Web 2.0

  4. Podcasts and Videocasts are new toolsets

  5. Informal and conversational tone is important

  6. Interact with customers and taking out the complexity

  7. Branding your personal experience (me becoming Cartier?)

  8. Blogs can also be used for internal processes (You can start with internal blogs)

  9. Web 2.0 started 2004, now Enterprise 2.0 is coming

  10. Socialmedia characterized Web 2.o

  11. Tacit media is characteristical for Enterprise 2.0

  12. July 2005 50 million bloggers (How many do we have today?)

  13. Before Web 2.0 you didn't know "what a dog looks like" (Give your company a face)

  14. 22 - 30 million US own iPods 2005 (I still think there is a future for podcasts)

  15. Identity, Multiple Identity, Flexible Identity, Electronic Identity

  16. Sharing, Mashups, Barcamp and open source working culture

  17. Innovation Culture (open innovation and co-creation)

  18. Digital Culture (digital is a delivery platform)

  19. Web 2.0 (I didn't try to describe it)

  20. Progress (moving from old and closed towards open and engaging)

  21. Innovation is networking (what's new is the "open")

  22. Time shifting (asynchronous and real-time collaboration)

  23. Expanding Classroom (the learning and teaching experience online is different)

  24. Review Capability (I tend to look back at old stuff and try to re-vitalize some findings)

  25. When studying a new phenomenon, describing what you are looking at is a great place to start.

  26. Imagine that I'm a student is a part of the identity building when you start to make your first podcast (take a role)
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