While the command-control organization was effective in organizing the work of early twentieth-century assembly lines, it has long outlived its usefulness when it comes to organizing the collaborative work of networked, distributed teams. Enterprise 2.0, named after the Web 2.0 technologies it leverages, is the moniker given to organizations that move away from the restrictive pyramid of command-control.
In Enterprise 2.0 organizations, power will shift from executives to networked teams. What does that mean? What on earth will this look like? What will managers, CXOs, and "bosses" do in Enterprise 2.0? Will the command-control leadership give up this power easily...or fight it every step of the way? And where will Project Managers fit into all of this?
This conference will make an attempt to answer these very difficult questions by pointing to real world examples of organizations moving towards the twenty-first century vision of "work"
Elisabeth Bucci (PMP, MBA) has over 26 years of experience managing technically complex projects across many industries, ranging from manufacturing to engineering to IT. As a project management consultant with Projissima inc, she leverages her project management skills to solve business problems for companies both big and small, with a very special place in her heart for entrepreneurs (her small way of "changing the world"). You can follow her attempts to overthrow Enterprise 1.0, as well as her insights into the highs and lows of being a project manager, on her blog at www. thepassionateprojectmanager. com .