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Chris wrote about the evolution of social computing at Intel in last few years, I would like to add to his post and share how we fared on Enterprise 2.0 in 2011. In 2011, we saw a jump of 64% in using the enter... How did we fare on Enterprise 2.0 in 2011..Back In my earlier blogs, I shared how we can use Social Computing within the enterprise (Enterprise 2.). In this post, I would like to discuss some of the adoption questions on Enterprise 2.0: Will Enterprise 2.0 ... Back Many times IT is focused in enabling new capabilities and adding more tool kits to the ever burgeoning list. We also find that many of these tools have similar capabilities differing in some features only. So combinin... Building information architecture using Enterprise 2.0Back Having setup the Social Computing platform for the enterprise, how does IT determine the success of the platform? Should IT be satisfied that one more tool-set is available for the employees to engage with? How does I... How successful is your Enterprise 2.0 strategy?Back One of the points emphasized in project management is to document key learnings from a project, as an ongoing exercise. In Intel, we have post-implementation-reviews (PIR) after each project where we document what wen... Social Bookmarking in Enterprise Project ManagementBack In my earlier blog, "Enterprise 2.0 to the rescue of project managers", we discussed how Enterprise 2.0/ Social Computing can be leveraged for project management. Here I would like to discuss with you more on a specif... As project managers, most of us would have banked on the traditional IT tools for managing our projects collaterals. Most of us would be using a content management system for storing and managing our documents/ collat... Enterprise 2.0 to the rescue of project managersBack