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Phil Ridout

Web 2.0 'crucial to attracting future talent' - People Management Magazine Online - 0 views

  • Organisations that ban social networking sites and other Web 2.0 technologies at work will not be able to attract future talent, delegates at the CIPD’s HRD conference were told.
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    Organisations that ban social networking sites and other Web 2.0 technologies at work will not be able to attract future talent, delegates at the CIPD's HRD conference were told.
Phil Ridout

WBS :: Enterprise 2.0 - Will it really deliver - 0 views

  • Jeff Patmore, Head of strategic university research at BT Group talks to Professor Harry Scarbrough before his presentation to WBS Alumni on 19 January 2009. How have 'Web 2.0' tool been adopted in large organisations? What has been the impact on the bottom line and on the employees?
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    Jeff Patmore, Head of strategic university research at BT Group talks to Professor Harry Scarbrough before his presentation to WBS Alumni on 19 January 2009. How have 'Web 2.0' tool been adopted in large organisations? What has been the impact on the bottom line and on the employees?
Phil Ridout

Web 2.0: Changing How Value Is Created and Measured at IBM - KM Edge: Where the best in... - 0 views

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    Last year, we undertook a massive overhaul of the technology and approach we use for knowledge management, moving from a centrally managed, linear, taxonomy- and repository-based system to one that leverages the best of Web 2.0, including social software, user participation, and key market-driven concepts like sponsored links. We see this as a shift from "knowledge management" to "knowledge sharing."
Phil Ridout

The HBR List 2009 - How Social Networks Network Best - 0 views

  • A recent MIT study found that in one organization the employees with the most extensive personal digital networks were 7% more productive than their colleagues – so Wikis and Web 2.0 tools may indeed improve productivity. In the same organization, however, the employees with the most cohesive face-to-face networks were 30% more productive.
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    A recent MIT study found that in one organization the employees with the most extensive personal digital networks were 7% more productive than their colleagues - so Wikis and Web 2.0 tools may indeed improve productivity. In the same organization, however, the employees with the most cohesive face-to-face networks were 30% more productive.
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