Enterprise 2.0 vs. Intranet 2.0

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(TORONTO, ON) When last I critically mused about the value of trendy buzz words and catch phrases and the next hype, Intranet 2.0, my musing turned out to be the most read article I

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  1. Anonymous

    Now that is an apt assessment of the situation. I see it firsthand almost every day: unmonitored wikis, content buried deep in the corporate network and a CEO blog that's written like a press release.
    Solutions are established at ground level, not by building another storey on top of it. That may also be true for software development 🙂

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  2. Anonymous

    Thanks Mark; well put. There is a lot of bad stuff out there, but some companies, I suppose, should be allowed some allowance to learn, grow and improve their execution. Though you are correct in your assertion. Thanks for your input, Toby

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  3. Anonymous

    I heard of a company that was closed cause of a CEO that had a blog that he thought no one knew was his. He gave away secret informations about inside company affairs and all broke loose.
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