#csnf - Lee Bryant and Credit Crunch Culture Paid Members Public
Lee Bryant’s thesis is that businesses cannot afford big expensive investments right now, but that social tools can give us decent returns from low investments.Deliver more for less, and investing things that save money Social tools can rejuvenate old systems by putting a social layer on the top.
#csnf - For and Against Social Networks Paid Members Public
Notes from a panel discussion about social network use in corporate environments.
Making Users Happy with Social Software Paid Members Public
As part of a post looking at predictions for 2009, Ross Mayfield of enetrprise wiki provider SocialText [http://www.socialtext.com/] presents some interesting figures about making social software projects successful [http://ross.typepad.com/blog/2008/12/2009-prediction.html]: > Line of Business implementations not only experience growth, but greater
Dion Hinchcliffe on Enterprise 2.0 Paid Members Public
“They push the traditional business software out to the edge of the network, because they are so powerful,” he said. Key things to address: * Peer production – already affected software * Owning your classes of data – data becomes the competitive advantage * New distribution models – building a website and driving people there is
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