12th European Conference on Knowledge Management
University of Passau Passau, Germany 1-2 September 2011
Mini Track Enterprise 2.0
Wikis, Weblogs, Social Networking Services, and other types of social media have been very successful on the Web and enterprises have slowly begun to acknowledge the value of Web 2.0 principles and technologies. The corporate adoption of the Web 2.0 is supposed to lead to manifold business advantages for various application domains and for knowledge management in general.
However, it is not the tools which are new, but the paradigms and principles which are behind Web 2.0: One key principle of Web 2.0 is the shift of users from consumers to producers. A similar paradigm shift may emerge with the Enteprise 2.0.
In the Enterprise 2.0 mini track, we want to continue the discussion on Web 2.0 based knowledge management. We focus on both application-driven researchers and decision makers from practice. The call for papers welcomes representatives from academia and industry to discuss Enterprise 2.0 related issues together.
The following topics should be addressed by authors from industry and researchers in KM:
- Case studies on Enterprise 2.0
- Measuring success and value of Enterprise 2.0
- Success factors and performance indicators of Enterprise 2.0
- Procedures and practices for effective knowledge management with social software
- Web 2.0 applications and the benefits for individual and collaborative knowledge work
- Cultural, social and technical aspects of Web 2.0
For mini track submission details, see the Call for Papers page.
Dr. Claudia Thurner-Scheuerer, Plattform Wissensmanagement ,Austria
Dr. Alexander Stocker, The Institute DIGITAL, JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Austria
Dr. Alexander Richter, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany