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Sunday, September 10, 2006
Andrew McAfee writes that it’s time to look at a narrow definition of Enterprise 2.0 and not as seen here by MR and Vinnie. I reread all the three pieces – by MR, Vinnie and Andrew and feel that the professor is missing the point. From his perspective he sees Enterprise 2.0 communicates all about changes to collaboration, not to development or delivery models. He explains
Tags, for example, are visible to end users; Service-oriented architectures are not. Enterprise 2.0, as these folk and I define it, is a trend that we think should be on the radar screens of non-technologist business leaders. Talking about development models and delivery methods is a good way to ensure that it doesn't get there, or doesn't stay there long. Business leaders' eyes will glaze over, or they'll quickly mentally file the topic as "something for my tech team to worry about."
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