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September 07, 2010

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Rex Lee

Thanks for the post Bill. It is definately a major challenge for Cisco and all vendors of collaborative technology to market a seperate agnostic approach to collaboration strategy and architecture. I am 100% sure that in the back of every prospect, they are thinking... But is it really agnostic?...

bill  Ives

Rex

Thanks for your insightful comment. Nice to hear from you. Bill

John Maloney

Bill –

Thanks for your post. This so-called white paper is utterly ridiculous. Sad to see how little progress has been made. The only surprise here is the conservative claim that ONLY 70% of enterprise collaboration efforts will fail outright. Anyone reading this BEWARE, you actual failure rate will be closer to 100% if you read or follow this revolting rubbish.

This technology-led, or the paper’s lame codeword, 'architectural,' approach to collaboration is patently incorrect and will fail with more like 100% confidence.

Isn't anyone else shocked with this utter nonsense? Why even bother with a paper on "Transforming Collaboration Through Strategy" and leaver OUT the Number One way people collaborate: face-to-face authentic conversation.

Collaboration is NOT a process, technology, architecture or strategy. Collaboration is a complex human behavior. This paper is particularly pathetic from a company that use (abuses?) the tag line, “The Human Network.” Good grief.

The vulgar, dehumanizing, technology-saturated, anti-social enterprise described here needs LESS collaboration IT technology and more, a LOT more human conversation.

If you want to know what the future of the social enterprise really is, try this --

RT @fonetworks: The Social Enterprise w/Wiig, Dixon, Krebs, Jooste – http://bit.ly/aLy92A


Thanks again. Apoplexy always beats caffeine to start the day!

-j
http://twitter.com/jheuristic

Courtney Shelton Hunt, PhD

Bill - You've done a nice job of summarzing Joe Moran's white paper and have validated many of the points I make about the best ways to approach leveraging new digital technologies. I'm sharing this post with the Social Media in Organizations (SMinOrgs) Community. Thanks.

bill  Ives

Courtney - Thanks for your comment. I am glad you found the post and the white paper useful. Bill

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