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Enterprise 2.0 = Knowledge Management 2.0?

Originally presented at the Boston KM Forum meeting at Bentley, Wednesday, April 9, 2008.

At the time, our first-quarter 2008 “Market IQ” on Enterprise 2.0 had just been completed, and a survey of 441 people revealed a subset who are having more success with Enterprise 2.0 than the general survey population. Does Enterprise 2.0 signify the birth of KM 2.0? We’ll examine some of the findings, and discuss the implications for new and old KM implementations.

Enterprise 2.0 = Knowledge Management 2.0?

  1. 1. Enterprise 2.0 = Knowledge Management 2.0? Dan Keldsen Co-founder and Principal www.InformationArchitected.com
  2. 2. Main Sources for Research
  3. 3. www.aiim.org/enterprise20 441 respondents, 80+ pages, 70+ charts/figures Released Q1 2008
  4. 4. 50 Podcasts
  5. 5. >300 comments by >170 readers >140 MyBlogLog Community Members >200 Blog Entries www.BizTechTalk.com >50 blogs linking back >450 RSS readers
  6. 6. >1300 Connections
  7. 7. 15 Years in “the biz” Lucky 13 with Delphi Group (IT, Analyst, Consultant) 2 with AIIM.org (Analyst, Educator) Started Information Architected in 2008
  8. 8. Foundations (Definitions)
  9. 9. Enterprise 2.0 • “The use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers” Source: Harvard Professor Andrew McAfee
  10. 10. Enterprise 2.0 “A system of web-based technologies that • provide rapid and agile collaboration, information sharing, emergence and integration capabilities in the extended enterprise” Source: AIIM Market IQ on Enterprise 2.0 Q1 2008 - www.aiim.org/enterprise20
  11. 11. Knowledge Management quot;Leveraging collective wisdom and experience to accelerate innovation and responsiveness” Source: Carl Frappaolo, “Exec Express Knowledge Management,” Capstone, 2006
  12. 12. Let’s Dive On In...
  13. 13. Early KM (KM 1.0)
  14. 14. Automatic Analysis of E-mail Patterns Too Much Carried Away with Technology 20 Algorithms for Extracting “Knowledge” from the Information Flow Too Little Painful Knowledgebase interfaces for input (and output)
  15. 15. Individual Short-term Incentives Lack of Attention to Culture (You Get What You Reward) Teaming Teaming Long-term Incentives Teaming Teaming Teaming
  16. 16. Academic Theory Collides with Reality
  17. 17. End Results?
  18. 18. KM 1.0 Had Success in (Some) Orgs (But in many more, KM is a dirty word if known at all)
  19. 19. Still... Knowledge Remains Blocked
  20. 20. Source: Executive Insights into Enterprise 2.0: Lessons from the ENTERPRISE 2.0 EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE SYDNEY 13 February 2008 futureexploration.net/e2ef/blog/2008/03/complimentary_report_executive.html
  21. 21. But didn’t KM solve this years ago?
  22. 22. No Matter How Important We Believe KM to Be
  23. 23. To Most Organizations, KM is... Under the Radar
  24. 24. Meanwhile... KM Practitioners say... “I’m Not Dead Yet!” Source: Monty Python and the Holy Grail (YouTube)
  25. 25. The Primary KM Issues Still Remain
  26. 26. Brains... Can’t hire the talent you want, aren’t tapping the talent you already have.
  27. 27. Tools Low-barrier and Lowest-common-denominator are not the same thing Is E-mail the devil?
  28. 28. Mis-used, Un-used, and Abused Technology Cartoon from: http://blogs.technet.com/tarpara/archive/2007/09/05/evolving-company-culture-starts-with-a-sharepoint.aspx
  29. 29. NOTE TO SELF: Yes, It Does! KM ugh T tho OU ven t AB E o s n tech, O it i to D ch ard T te t’s h HOU I WIT
  30. 30. Culture Creeps Cautiously
  31. 31. The Solution?
  32. 32. Capture “Knowledge Work” as Daily Work (Don’t Capture Knowledge Separately)
  33. 33. Knowledge is Information Applied and Re-used, not just Collected
  34. 34. Source: www.gapingvoid.com/0804enrich.jpg
  35. 35. Loops & Emergence
  36. 36. OODA loop Observe Orient Detect Act Source: www.thefabricator.com (graphic) Col. John quot;40 secondquot; Boyd, USAF (model)
  37. 37. Wiki Adoption Loop From “Organisational Wiki Adoption” by Mike Cannon-Brookes (Atlassian) @ http://www.slideshare.net/mcannonbrookes/organisational-wiki-adoption/
  38. 38. The Knowledge Chain Awareness Responsiveness External Internal Source: Carl Frappaolo, “Exec Express Knowledge Management,” Capstone, 2006
  39. 39. Market Drivers for Enterprise 2.0 & Modernizing KM Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  40. 40. Let’s Peek at Findings (from Market IQ on Enterprise 2.0)
  41. 41. KM-Inclined?
  42. 42. Inclination Determined by 12 weighted profiling questions taken from KM2 Methodology
  43. 43. How Critical is E2.0 to Your Organization’s Overall Business Goals/Success? Clos e KM I in Gene nclin r ed S al, but as M ore S ee E2. 0 ignifi cant Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  44. 44. How Well is Enterprise 2.0 Understood in Your Organization? KM I nclin ed a Und Early in re ersta ndin g an Adop d tion Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  45. 45. In Your Organization, Which Departments Are Primary Users of E2.0 Functionality? E2.0 is Ever KM I ywhere in nclin ed O rgs Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  46. 46. What Level of Impact (Planned or Realized) Does E2.0 Have on Individuals in Your Organization? KM Inclined Netw orkin Shar g, C o ing, Qua mmunit Stro lity, S ies, nger peed for K All Respondents all M In cline d Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  47. 47. What Impact (Planned or Realized) Does E2.0 Have on the Following Business Goals & Objectives in Your Organization? KM Inclined Inter nal a nd E Colla xtern bora al Ca tion and Shar pture, All Respondents Mag ing a nified re Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  48. 48. Is Implementation of E2.0 in Your Organization Driven More by Ad Hoc Usage or a Strategy? KM D Acci oesn’t dent ally Hap p Strat en, e Nec gy is essa ry Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  49. 49. Where Do You Feel Your Organization’s Adoption is with Regards to the Following Technologies? (KM Inclined) Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  50. 50. Where Do You Feel Your Organization’s Adoption is with Regards to the Following Technologies? (All Respondents) Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  51. 51. Is an ROI Study Required as Part of Your Planning for Enterprise 2.0? Not ever ythin warr g ants calcu ROI lation an e xcus - but it’s e to not eithe avoid it r! Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  52. 52. Does Your Organization Measure the Success of Enterprise 2.0 the Same Way You Do? Cultu Matt re ers! Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  53. 53. What Are the Biggest Impediments to Implementing E2.0 in Your Organization? Cog nition , Cu Cost lture , and , Con trol Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  54. 54. Who Specifically has Budget Authority for Enterprise 2.0 in Your Organization? Isn’t E2.0 Abou Bott t om-u Yes, p? but T op-d Bud own get i saV Goo ery d Th ing.. . Source: AIIM Market Intelligence
  55. 55. So is E2.0 = KM 2.0?
  56. 56. What do YOU think?
  57. 57. Is your Information Architected for Knowledge Management?
  58. 58. Is your Information Architected for Enterprise 2.0?
  59. 59. Is your Culture ready for this?
  60. 60. How can you be certain?
  61. 61. Always open to Dan Keldsen Discuss, Debate, Co-founder and Principal CONSULT and 617-933-9655 dk@InformationArchitected.com EDUCATE Further details on our Enterprise 2.0 and Knowledge Management capabilities at: www.InformationArchitected.com/ KnowledgeManagement