Old Meets New: Lotus Domino and Atlassian – It’s All about Integration!

3 thoughts on “Old Meets New: Lotus Domino and Atlassian – It’s All about Integration!”

  1. Luis, hello!

    In the context of knowledge management, I thought of integration as modeling principles of practice generalization. Integration is a result of proceeding in an order governed by pattern interdependencies and wholeness of purpose.

    Just like “providing different ways on how those same tools would merge and integrate with the collaboration and knowledge sharing flow of what is already available out there”, it has a focus departmental and individual purposes that unites, utilizes, and aligns the practices in the fundamental structure and natural processes of operation; makes clear priorities; and eliminates guessing about next move to achieve results.

    Btw, I added you to my blogroll.

    Kind regards,

    Bong

  2. Thanks Luis for so eloquently wording what must be our shared vision and also for the kind words about my contribution.

    Your post prompted me to write more on this topic and even to create a diagram. These can be seen over on my blog http://collectivecurrent.blogspot.com

    In order to fully understand what Bong said I am going to have to contemplate it in a dark quiet room. Alek

  3. Thanks a lot, folks, for dropping by and for the feedback comments! Welcome to elsua! Lots of great input! Appreciated.

    Bong, I am surely glad you are making the connection with patterns in here while talking about integration, as I feel it is something that plenty of businesses at the moment are underutilising and underestimating. They could well help provide the best background towards putting together those integration efforts based on how different technologies have been used already to promote collaboration and knowledge sharing. What worked, what didn’t, who was involved, etc. etc. That way, it would help providing a much better context for the successful adoption and embracing of emerging technologies. Good stuff! Wish more knowledge workers would be bringing in together more stuff on patterns.

    Thanks much for the kind feedback and for dropping by. Your blog has also been added in my blogroll 😉

    Alek, what a fantastic weblog post you have put together on the subject. Thanks a bunch for sharing it with us! I will go ahead, for the sake of it, and will comment on it on some other stuff that has been going on in my mind while reading through it. Thanks again for allowing to take this opportunity to learn some more on what you have done and look forward to some further conversations on the topic.

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