Tags: Enterprise 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 Conference, e2.0, Collaboration Technologies, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Media, Web 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Personal Knowledge Management, PKM, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Social Networks, Communities, Learning, Tom Davenport, Andrew McAfee, Innovation, Org. Change, Business Transformation
First day back at work after attending this week’s IBM‘s Academy of Technology Collaboration 2.0 conference in Somers, NY. And it is already Friday! heh How cool is that? Anyway, I had a fantastic time throughout the conference and I am surely glad that I was able to make it in the end. Perhaps one of the major highlights from the entire event was actually the networking part, as usual, but this time around with a special flavour. Most of the folks who attended the conference were actually people I have known for many years (Many of them as far back as 2001!), so it was quite an experience being able to put a face behind all of the different online interactions we have been having all along. It makes such a difference!
Incredibly energising to say the least, don’t you think? Anyway, I am not sure how much I would be able to share with you folks from the entire event, we shall see. Next weblog post though is going to be about one of the major highlights from the trip itself. Thus stay tuned.
However, the purpose of this particular weblog post is to actually be a summary or wrap up of the recent series of weblog articles that I have been creating over the course of the week around the subject of the recent debate on Enterprise 2.0 with Tom Davenport and Andrew McAfee that took place not long ago.
Thus in order to make things a lot easier and be able to help out folks locate those different weblog entries, here you have them all with their corresponding links so that you can access them directly from here. And refer back to this particular entry in case you may want to pass it around:
Time now to get going with the weekend, after a whole day of everlasting catchup. Have a good one, everyone!