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3 responses to “Enterprise 2.0: The Next Narrative”

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  2. Glenn

    These are good themes to start your research with but may I make a suggestion? There is too much focus on tools and not enough focus on technique. There is more to an ECM deployment than making a product purchase decision. The deployment details are important. Issues such as branding and community management may not be high on the CTO’s list but need to be addressed in order to avoid abandonment. See for some more suggestions on what to focus on in your case study. I hope this helps and look forward to ready the case study this summer.

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