This guest post, by Dr. Graham Hill, explores the business foundations of successful collaboration. Graham's article offers an excellent primer for CIOs and other executives who are grappling with this subject.
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This five-point advisory list offers a great start to organizations that want to improve IT project success rates.
It's time for predictions about failure for 2010.
My take on Salesforce.com's new enterprise-level social networking platform, called Chatter, which was inspired by Twitter and Facebook.
Various Google properties seem either down or too slow to be usable right now. These include Google.com search, Wave, Gmail, Apps, FeedBurner, and YouTube.
This video links collective intelligence concepts to the evolutionary process by which groups refine ideas to improve outcomes.
Conflicting and interlocking agendas between enterprise vendors and customers contribute to many failed projects. In an insightful blog post, long-time vendor executive, Dennis Moore, identifies an economic model addressing this issue.
Many participants in the collaboration / Enterprise 2.0 world offer Kumbaya-style enthusiasm without showing concrete evidence of business value. Forrester analyst, Natalie Petouhoff, has the ROI antidote.
With the economy lingering on the brink of recession, understanding the future becomes more important than ever. Here's what IT can expect.
Jimmy Wales, best known as founder of Wikipedia, met with a small group of bloggers and industry analysts in Las Vegas. He spoke at length about the conditions that drive success or failure in wiki deployments.