Jul 16 Posted 3 years ago
The post shares the great knowledge about the Intranet and what it can stand for? Intranet is widely used in the organizations where the sharing of thee private files within the organization take place.
Apr 19 Posted 6 years ago
Nice post and you have very well summarized what are "essential" feature set of a "Social Intranet" (if that is the new term around for a truly E 2.0 application.
I can clearly see the trend towards a convergence, if you will, of various enterprise level applications / portals (including LMS) and the "social"-ization of them which all the vendors have well begun. I can also see the consequences and impact of these directions on the IT folks, the business unit heads and functional chiefs on managing and channeling these to harness its potential and achieve what you have added i.e. "Social Learning".
However, in the short term, I also see the impact on the users in terms of actually using these social platforms within the enterprise and by that I mean the social aspects of it in the knowledge management areas. What are the true drivers that are provided by these platforms / applications?
I think there needs to be a good focus and initiative towards this aspect of having the right drivers which increase the uptake of these systems and makes users take advantage of the social learning, collaboration and knowledge management that these systems promise with their social feature adds.
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