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November 5 2010 Posted by: Mark Fidelman in: Enterprise 2.0

What if Peter Drucker Taught Enterprise 2.0? (Presentation)

The Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara is fast approaching.  There are a number of people and presentations that I am excited to see.  Alas, while I was fortunate enough to be selected to present at E2.0 Boston last spring, I missed the opportunity this fall.  So, in the spirit of the conference next week, I decided to post the presentation I would have given if I were fortunate enough to have been selected <smile>.   

Peter Drucker (November 19, 1909 – November 11, 2005) was a writer, management consultant, and self-described “social ecologist.”  He is in every practical sense the father of modern management strategy. 

As a life long Drucker student, I’ve always imagined how he would have taught or wrote about Enterprise 2.0 and its impact on today’s management and companies.  So I decided to turn imagination into reality (well… mine at least) and produced a presentation which I believe would have reflected Drucker’s view of Enterprise 2.0: 

Do you agree?  How do you think Drucker would have viewed Enterprise 2.0 strategy?

P.S. Be sure to check out slide #131 for my hat tip to the Enterprise 2.0 Community

P.P.S.  Check out the E2.0 announcements from BrightIdea and MindTouch today

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