Operation Enterprise 2.0 – How to Save The Corporate Patient
Many corporate champions liken the process of implementing Enterprise 2.0 solutions to corporate surgery. The corporate patient realizes that an operation is needed, but may procrastinate until on life support. It’s the enterprise equivalent of ignoring the pain to prolong the inevitable.
It doesn’t have to be. In fact, I’ve created a simple E2.0 operating guide for you – complete with symptom and cure. Beware, implementing the solutions requires a steady hand. And if you’re not ready to implement on your own, I’ve also provided the names of people that can help: Take a look:
The Enterprise 1.0 Treatments
|Unawave (Google Wave)||Confluence|
The Enterprise 2.0 Surgeons
|Jeff Dachis||Susan Scrupski||Dion Hinchcliffe|
|Mike Gotta||Michael Krigsman||Larry Hawes|
|Dan Keldsen||Oliver Marks||Sameer Patel|
What Enterprise 2.0 Corporate Champions Need to Know
The guide above is simply that. To poke fun at the Enterprise 1.0 organization but recognize that it’s still not easy to implement Enterprise 2.0 solutions. We recognize it, and are working hard to give you the anesthesia to dull the pain.
We also know it’s your company and your patient. If you need to delay, then delay. We’re patient.
We can go on and on about why you shouldn’t, but we know you have a sick patient to look after.