‘Enterprise 2.0’ or E2.0 refers to a set of organisational and technological approaches steered to enable new organisation models based on open involvement, emergent collaboration, knowledge sharing, internal/ external social network development and exploitation. It aims to respond to the new features and needs of people and boosts flexibility, adaptability and innovation. Based on evidence from 70 case studies and a co-laboratory approach, the article analyses what E2.0 models are emerging in companies. The challenge for management theory is to provide empirically grounded and actionable knowledge for companies to design and implement new Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-enabled (virtual) working environments able to extend the boundaries of their knowledge creation to their mobile workers, customers and suppliers.

“Enterprise 2.0: What Models are Emerging? Results from a 70 case-based research”

MARTINI, ANTONELLA;
2008

Abstract

‘Enterprise 2.0’ or E2.0 refers to a set of organisational and technological approaches steered to enable new organisation models based on open involvement, emergent collaboration, knowledge sharing, internal/ external social network development and exploitation. It aims to respond to the new features and needs of people and boosts flexibility, adaptability and innovation. Based on evidence from 70 case studies and a co-laboratory approach, the article analyses what E2.0 models are emerging in companies. The challenge for management theory is to provide empirically grounded and actionable knowledge for companies to design and implement new Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-enabled (virtual) working environments able to extend the boundaries of their knowledge creation to their mobile workers, customers and suppliers.
Corso, M; Martini, Antonella; Pesoli, A.
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