Carl Frappaolo and Dan Keldsen of AIIM Market Intelligence, provide highlights on the first in-depth Enterprise 2.0 market study, including the results of a survey completed by over 400 Enterprise 2.0 users and evaluators.
Carl and Dan went back and forth with a boomer versus millennial take on the view of the internet and Enterprise 2.0. With Carl as a Boomer in a suit and Dan as the millennial dressed “schlumpier.”
AIIM published a Market IQ report on the state of Enterprise 2.0: Agile, Emergent and Integrated.
Age does not matter. There are very different opinions based on age. Culture does matter. It is the single most important success factor. Worry about their attitudes, not their age. Internal champions of enterprise 2.0 tend to be slightly more boomers than millennials.
One point is that organizations are not taking a strategic view of enterprise 2.0. A knowledge management organization is more likely to take a strategic approach.
A knowledge management company is more inclined to increase the rate of networking and increases the rate of adoption. They are more likely to have a more rapid rate of adoption.
Culture creeps cautiously. An organization moves slower than an individual.
Increased collaboration is one of the top goals most organization are trying to achieve with enterprise 2.0. Next on the list was “knowing what we know.” (Lots of the goals of enterprise are common with the goal of knowledge management. Here come knowledge management 2.0 again.)