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August 12, 2009

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Martijn

With all respect but this sounds like old news for me. This is stock standard for many IT systems implementations, like ERP and CRM. The beauty of Enterprise 2.0 is that it is 'user technology' and therefore different. One of the dirty secrets of enterprise 2.0 is that you don't have to teach or convince younger workers to use these tools; they expect them and integrate them as easily into their work lives as they do in their personal lives. More on this at http://www.bos89.nl/social-networking-on-intranets/

As for the Yakabod, the same article reference links to many similar - and somethings better depending on your needs - tools.

Cheers, Martijn

David hogard

It looks at such issues as the presence of a project-related coaching plan for executives and middle managers. Do people understand the nature of the required change? thanks for a lot for sharing this article

http://legallaw.sosblog.com/llblog-b1/How-Justified-is-Proposed-changes-to-Quebec-s-adoption-law-b1-p29.htm

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