Wow, last week was intense...
Always handy when a conference you want to go to, AND happen to be keynoting at (with colleague Carl Frappaolo), is a 15 minute walk from your office. Good thing too, as I needed to run back and forth multiple times over the week to sneak in and out and still get work done while catching up with the latest news, and the happenings of so many friends and colleagues in this space.
For all that's wrong with Twitter (horrible downtime being among the top 2), this is the 2nd event where the universe of "friends/followers" I have on Twitter has truly astonished me. Why? Making it easy to find and be found in the crowd of 1,200 attendees, and already be up to speed with what they're thinking before having actually "met them" (in person, or "real life" as some still like to think of it).
But in the end, the comments, discussions, backroom chatter and yes "traditional" coverage was quite amazing.
580 650 views of our presentation ("Enterprise 2.0 FTW!") on slideshare.net, including favorites by Ross Mayfield of SocialText (see his presentation "Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation" as well).
If you missed the show, the video for our keynote (officially titled "Enterprise 2.0 - A State of the Industry Address" and for our purposes "Enterprise 2.0 FTW!") is up as well - at a mere 15 minutes, surely you can take a break. The splicing of the slides into the live presentation leaves a bit to be desired (you may want to grab a copy of the deck via slideshare, and have it up in a 2nd window). When I get a chance, I'll take a stab at editing it for better flow and context - but the video provided by TechWeb is what we have for now.
Anyone who has captured photos, audio, video, or any other commentary, speak up, and point us at the goods... much appreciated.
Below is a listing (in no particular order) of the various places conversations, comments, articles, and the like have popped up based on our presentations and overall research last week.
If I have missed coverage, or you do not have your own public forum for providing feedback, please feel free to chime in here.
BTW - We may reprise our characters from the keynote presentation in future iterations, and your feedback would be much appreciated so we can improve on the next go around (and the next). Should I lose the moustache for the next go around?
Enterprise 2.0 Generational Divide Largely a Myth (CIO Magazine - Jon Brodkin)
Detente (Harvard Prof. Andrew McAfee)
A Cloudy Forecast for the Enterprise (Enterprise Networking Planet)
In a New AIIM Survey, 41% said... (Dion Hinchliffe [twitter status])
Rockin Out at Session (Laura Fitton "Pistachio" [twitter status])
Is Social Networking KM All Over Again? (Intelligent Enterprise - Doug Henschen)
Content Log: Impressions of Enterprise 2.0 in Boston (Alfresco's John Newton)
Enterprise 2.0 = KM 2.0? (Technology Enhanced Learning - Mohamed Amine Chatti)
E2.0 Conference 2008 day 3 (YNNO StudyTrip 2008)
Study: Enterprise 2.0 generational divide largely a myth (ComputerWorld)
Enterprise 2.0: A State of the Industry Address (DLS Thoughts - David Le Strat)
Enterprise 2.0: AIIM’s State of the Industry Study (Column 2 - Sandy Kemsley)
Enteprise 2.0 Conference Wrapup (SocialText Blog - Ross Mayfield)
Searching for definition (Collaboration 2.0 - Oliver Marks)
Earlier coverage of our research can be found at:
ready, fire, aiim - enterprise 2.0 report (Engineers Without Fears - Matt Moore)
Are we too connected to social media? (ChangeForge - Ken Stewart)
Web 2.0 Inside the Enterprise? Forrester, AIIM Weigh In (I'm Not Actually a Geek - Hutch Carpenter)
AIIM’s Enterprise 2.0 Survey (the app gap - Patti Anklam)
AIIM: Organizations Still Don't Get Enterprise 2.0 (CMS Wire - Barb Mosher)
AIIM's new Enterprise 2.0 report explains why its a "squishy phenomenon" (ChiefTech - James Dellow)
AIIM Releases Enterprise 2.0 Study (Enterprise 2.0 - Niall Cook)
AIIM Research Shows Need for Integrated Approach to Enterprise 2.0 (Connectbeam - Puneet Gupta)
Study Points to Enterprise 2.0 Perplexity (DestinationCRM - Lauren McKay)
AIIM report on Enterprise 2.0 (Dean Owen)
Businesses Say RSS, Wikis, Blogs are Vital but Puzzling (IBM Systems Magazine)
How is Enterprise 2.0 different from Web 2.0? (The Future Value of Business - Raveen Rajavarma)