By MIT CIO | March 6, 2008
Check out this fascinating article in the MITSloan Management Review on Enterprise 2.0.
“There is a new wave of business communication tools including blogs, wikis and group messaging software — which the author has dubbed, collectively, Enterprise 2.0 — that allow for more spontaneous, knowledge-based collaboration. These new tools, the author contends, may well supplant other communication and knowledge management systems with their superior ability to capture tacit knowledge, best practices and relevant experiences from throughout a company and make them readily available to more users. This article offers a paradigm that highlights the salient characteristics of these new technologies, which the author refers to as SLATES (search, links, authoring, tags, extensions, signals).”
Click the link to learn more … http://sloanreview.mit.edu/smr/issue/2006/spring/06/