By Susan Scrupski on November 8, 2012
This year in 2012, now that Jive customers are relatively comfortable working in this new way, Jive is pushing customers further and helping them discover the business value buried in their organization that can be extracted. It’s kind of like fracking in the bedrock of the enterprise for stored value.
By Michael Fauscette on April 27, 2012
I managed a few minutes out of my schedule last week to stop by the Yammer Tour event in San Francisco. I was in San Francisco doing a keynote for sugarCRM’s user event and luckily the events overlapped. As I…
By Susan Scrupski on November 1, 2011
Continuing with my series on unexpected windfalls and other business benefits realized from socialworking, here are two more examples. I need to anonymize these to protect the member companies. One is a large retailer, the other is a large life sciences multi-national. Social Delivers the Goods (and more) We’ve all had that experience when we […]
By Susan Scrupski on October 3, 2011
As the world turns… social, expect to be surprised by the fruits of serendipity. When large workforces embrace working socially, or as I love to call it – in “socialworking” mode, they discover new ways of solving problems and creating opportunities. Insights are revealed in the fluid web of connections and sharing. We’ve seen a […]
By Susan Scrupski on October 27, 2010
When we set out to investigate case studies, we were looking for “slam dunk” examples where 2.0 initiatives were inextricably tied to business results. In effect, we wanted to begin to dispel the criticisms that e20 was just the next silly, narcissistic exploit to enter the enterprise on the heels of yet another consumer fad: […]
By Susan Scrupski on June 8, 2010
Rumors surrounding the death of adoption have been greatly exaggerated.
The 2.0 Enterprisey crowd is gearing up to head to Boston for our annual pilgrimage. This will be my fourth conference as a participant and board member. Having watched and often interpreted the trends in this sector, I find it interesting to report that things have not […]
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By Susan Scrupski on May 24, 2010
What is the most important leadership competency for the successful enterprise of the future? According to a new study by IBM’s Institute for Business Value, CEO’s point to creativity as the engine for future growth.
Creative leaders are key to driving the kind of change large organizations require to wrestle with global complexity and information overload. Open […]
By Susan Scrupski on March 15, 2010
Enterprise 2.0 was launched in the spring of 2006 as a result of Andrew McAfee’s case study interviews in 2005 on Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW), an investment bank in London. The story unfolded after he and his team studied the work of J.P. Rangaswami, who was then Global CIO of the bank. It’s sometimes surprising to me […]
By Susan Scrupski on February 2, 2010
The 2.0 Adoption Council is experimenting with a range of new market ideas that leverage the power of the social web. The 2.0 thinking surrounding network effects, scale, voluntary collaboration, free (as a business model), and social performance/productivity improvements are just a sample of some of the drivers that have made the Council thrive. […]
By Susan Scrupski on November 22, 2009
Well, well, well. Didn’t I relish that gushing endorsement of social computing last week by Marc Benioff? Yes. I did. As the conversation took off on Twitter, what was game-changing-significant was that a tech celeb– known very well in Enterprise circles, as well as the financial community– threw his Enterprise SaaS hat […]