Research – Collaboration Continuum

Resource Type
Research Project
Authors
Len Huskey, Peter Oelschlaeger, Natalie Schoch, Rob McNamee
Topics
Alliances/Collaborations, Knowledge Management
Associated Event
Research Project

2011 

Deliverables

Report out Member Summit 2012

Brown Bag Discussion 2012

Description

The project set out to understand the business value of Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) systems (also known as enterprise social computing and including such tools as social networking, forums, wikis, blogs, and microblogs, among others) in enabling collaboration and innovation. We defined a set of criteria that would help companies identify their place on the continuum and guidance on how to “move up” the continuum. The project deliverables included qualitative information about “leading edge” companies and empirical studies of member companies which have been reported elsewhere.

Participants
Co-Chairs
Len Huskey, US Army Research Lab
Peter Oelschlaeger, Sandia National Lab
Natalie Schoch, Kellogg Company
Subject Matter Experts
Rob McNamee, Temple University