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Sunday, March 20, 2005
Bill Ives points to Phil Borremans disclosure about the number and use of weblogs at IBM.Phil Borremans writes at this moment there are about 2800 internal weblogs (on a total worldwide population of about 330.000 IBM'ers.) with about 12700 entries. About 200 blogs have more than 10 posts on them. On the other hand, editors can come from any part of the company; engineers, communications, research, software. you name it.Some of these blogs are "information blogs" linking to interesting articles, URl's, RSS feeds etc...but some are used for project management. In this case blogs are used to get the team on "the same page" with regards to progress being made or issues being tackled.Some people are so used to the "older" methods of working that they really do not jump on the wagon. Being able to change people and get them to participate from the start is the biggest part of the job.
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