Over the next six months Stowe Boyd and I will be collaborating together on a broad study of the state of Enterprise 2.0, called 'Open Enterprise 2009'.
In the spirit of collaboration, we'd really like your input, guidance, thoughts and suggestions, whether you are using or creating modern collaboration tools and no matter how big or small your project.
We will be researching the state of Web 2.0 tools, architecture and techniques in the enterprise: their adoption, application and impact. We're interested in how they sit with existing legacy infrastructure and the success and failure of both tools and initiatives.
We are using a variety of tools to log thoughts and communicate, and are capturing your thoughts with uservoice.
Tell us what you'd like to see us research for the Enterprise 2.0 community!
Along with an on-going stream of research notes, interviews, and preliminary findings, Stowe and I are planning to distill what we have learned into a comprehensive report which we will make available in late summer 2009.
We have agreed to present interim findings at the end of March at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, and will present final findings plus an executive summary document at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference on 22-25 June 2009 in Boston.