Jessica Lipnack and Jeffrey Stamps of Netage.
A brief history of organizations:
- Small groups
We can't solve 21st-century problems with 19th-century organizations.
What is a network?
The network is US
- Social relationships, nodes links for common purposes, organizations, teams, coalitions, virtual teams of two.
[This is cool, I'm across from Michael Sampson, both of us blogging in stereo. ]
[Tablet PC - just hit 2.5 hours run time, with 55% battery left. Considering that I started the first 1.5 hours not in battery stretch mode ('cuz I did not know about it. I'm pleased.]
The Network as a knowledge management tool. (Look into IBM JAM)
For teams, networking required new principles, behaviors, and tools.
[Be sure to find the slides on-line]
Principles of how to network are agnostic to the platforms and technologies.
The speakers are saying that asynchronous & persistent collaboration is the real NEW of Enterprise 2.0. (Oh, really? Notes did that two decades ago.)
Decide to network (Find this, by Robert Muller)