The recent report The Role of Evolving Technologies: Accelerating Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer
by the APQC noted a series of "Enterprise 2.0" tools (along with years of use). They included:
- Communities of practice
- Asynchronous collaboration (e.g., SharePoint)
- Synchronous virtual collaboration (e.g., WebEx)
- User-driven taxonomies/folksomies (e.g., social bookmarking)
- Content management
- Expertise location
- Social networking
- RSS feeds
- Discussion forums
- Virtual worlds/simulations
How many of these are useful for the Knowledge Commons?
What else is being used?
What needs to be created?
What has been forgotten and needs to be revisited?
Look forward to the discussions in Montreal.