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Donnerstag, 24. Dezember 2009

AIIM Knowledge Center Blog: Does technology drive change? - The Workplace of the future in the Enterprise 2.0

For some it is hard to see beyond the traditionally structured 9 to 5 brick and mortar world, and embrace the new workplace. Enterprise 2.0 technologies have broken down the barriers of open, yet controlled, collaboration where knowledge workers can gather in a virtual space to share and exchange ideas; An environment where workers need not be physically present to accomplish their tasks at hand. In the land of Enterprise 2.0, we not only leverage collaboration technologies but we can also include some of the BPM capabilities of workplace monitoring to ensure task management and monitoring take place in a way as not to impede progress but still have control over the work force.

In the last weeks it became clear to me, how much Enterprise 2.0-alike we do work at IBM: Home Office, no own office any longer, Mobile Work, Enterprise 2.0 tools, Instant Messaging, Unified Communication and more belong to our daily work. They are routine.

When talking to my tennis partner last week - he is working for a huge German bank - I recognized how far ahead we are in comparison to "the brick and moral world". So I guess I will write down "A day in the life of a Marketing Manager at IBM" and will ask colleagues with other jobs to do the same. Of course it has technical and cultural impact. And work does change, did change, compared to the time I was working for FileNet.

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