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e that individuals have once theyre employed whether its their second week in the role or second decade in the business. /04 /05 52 percent of employees worldwide are happy in their roles But 47 percent changed jobs in the last year And 63 percent expect to switch jobs in the next year Introduction The 2013 Kelly Global Workforce Index compiles information and insights on workplace cultu

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    How to build vibrant Communities

    Peter H. Reiser Principal Engineer GSS CTO Office Chief Architect CE2.0 http://blog.sun.com/peterreiser

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    Agenda • From Web .1 to Web n+1 • So .. what are the BIG paradigm shifts? • Enterprise 2.0 strategy • How to build vibrant communities • Demo

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    Old World - Business Process (Web .1)

    Tools Process community

    • Software to automate business process

    • 'Over served'

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    Web 1.0 - Have Lunch or 'Be Lunch'

    community Technology Processes Hope

    Consumer to business

    • Standardization of Technology

    • 'Under served' • .com bubble

    > Scared about dis-intermediation

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    Web 2.0 – Exhibitionism & Mashup

    Netvibes.com

    Community Tagging Technology Processes Semantic Web Community Equity Open Source Social Networking

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    Enterprise 2.0

    Source: Berlescon Studie

    Enterprise 1.0 • Hierarchical structure • Fixed communication • Static knowledge • Isolates islands of

    knowledge • Information overflow • Centralized innovation

    processes • Monolithic software

    products • Quarterly releases

    Enterprise 2.0 ● Project based communities ● Architecture of participation ● Organic development of

    knowledge ● Open and connected

    knowledge ● Personalized knowledge ● Innovation through

    combination ● Services oriented

    Architecture ● The perpetual beta

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    Web n+1 – Participate and Win!

    Community Tagging Technology Processes Semantic Web Community Equity Open Source

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    What is Semantic Web?

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    The Semantic Challenge (dog=computer)

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    Semantic Web Example: Java

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    Enterprise n+1

    Source: Ent 2.0 - Berlescon Studie extended by Peter H. Reiser

    Enterprise 2.0 • Project based communities • Architecture of participation • Organic development of

    knowledge • Open and connected

    knowledge • Personalized knowledge • Innovation through

    combination • Services oriented

    Architecture • The perpetual beta

    Enterprise n+1 ● Semantically interlinked

    communities ● Value driven participation ● Semantic network

    knowledge ● Semantically connected

    personal knowledge ● Semantic based mashup

    of knowledge and business process

    ● Software as open source service

    ● Real time services

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    So .. what are the BIG paradigm shifts?

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    Web 2.0 Paradigm Shifts

    • Web centric • Pull and push • Downloads & hits • Read-only

    • People centric • Mash-up • Community Equity • Read/Write

    Dot Com Web 2.0

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    Social Networking

    Know-How

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    Social Networking

    Know-How Know-Who

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    Social Networking

    Know-How Know-Who knows how

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    Why? Enterprise 2.0

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    Enterprise 2.0 Strategy

    WHO I AM

    ● About Me ● Contact information ● My Skills ● My Contributions ● My Social Network ● My Credentials

    People centric/Read Write

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    Enterprise 2.0 Strategy

    WHO I AM

    ● About Me ● Contact information ● My Skills ● My Contributions ● My Social Network ● My Credentials

    WHAT I NEED

    ● More training ● To publish ● To collaborate ● To find something ● A pay raise

    People centric/Read Write Mashup Enabled

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    Enterprise 2.0 Strategy

    WHO I AM

    ● About Me ● Contact information ● My Skills ● My Contributions ● My Social Network ● My Credentials

    WHAT I NEED

    ● More training ● To publish ● To collaborate ● To find something ● A pay raise

    PERSONAL MASHUP

    ● Personal to me ● Real time ● Context aware

    People centric/Read Write Mashup Enabled Value Driven

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    but still .....

    Social Sites

    Portal

    Wikis

    Forums

    Intranet How do I find?

    How can I contribute?

    What's in it for me?

    Blogs

    Email

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    moving from

    Knowledge is Power

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    moving from

    Knowledge is Power to

    Sharing is Power

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    How to build vibrant communities

    Architecture Methodology Value System

    Community 1 Community 2 Community n

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    Functional Architecture

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    Technical Architecture

    Attachment Service

    Tagging Service

    Ontology Service

    Blog Service

    Search Service

    Rating/ Comment Service

    My Share Widget

    My Skills Widget

    My Tags Widget

    MySocial Network Widget

    MyEquity Widget

    MyCommunities widgets

    Community Services

    Community Equity System (CES)

    Web Services & ATOM & WebDAV

    Bookmark Service

    Feed Syndication

    CE Registry WSYWYG

    Service

    Community Equity

    Wiki Service

    My Contributions Widget

    Community Security & Entitlement Services (CE IdM)

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    Methodology

    What Check

    Has the Community a Persistent Identity ? (understand cause and value, and feel included (rituals))

    Have the responsibilities been agreed to? (common definition of what is necessary to make this a viable community

    Are the Roles defined: Leader,Sponsor,Knowledge Broker, Knowledge Champion, Peripheral Member ?

    Have you defined the Community rhythms? (regular events, virtual and IRL)

    Have you defined the community value system ? (Community Equity, business metrics)

    What is your publishing policy (don't share without legal approval or share everthing except ...?)

    Have you identified the tools you need? (wiki, blogs, attachment,search, social network etc.)

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    Community Equity

    • How do I gain capital in a virtual world?

    • How do I know my value?

    • What is in it for me?

    • How do I gain social reputation & trust?

    • What is the impact on Web next....

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    Community Equity CONTRIBUTION

    EQUITY Attachments

    Wiki Blogs

    IP

    SKILLS EQUITY

    Enterprise User

    Skills Rating Training

    PARTICIPATION EQUITY

    Rate Comment

    Re-use Tags

    ROLE EQUITY

    Business Projects Formal Informal

    CQ+PQ+SQ+RQ

    Personal Equity

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    Personal Equity my Community Equity Activities Me

    Contribution create modify tag Participation view rate comment reuse

    People

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    Information Equity Content Activities People

    create modify download view rate comment tag

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    Are You Ready For Web n+1? 1) How do you measure success of your

    communities? 2) Can you do instant mashups? 3) Are you using widgets? 4) How do you manage your communities? 5) How do you measure quality of your content? 6) How many websites do you have to maintain? 7) How easy is it to publish or write to them? 8) Is your community happy with this? 9) How to you answer the WIIIFM question? 10) Do you find what you need? 11) How do you collaborate globally?

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    Demo • CEC 2007 • MyProfile • Tagging • Rating • Myshare • Search • Community Equity

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    CEC 2007

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    MyProfile

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    My Share

    • Wiki Model • Collaboration

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    Tagging • Easy Tagging of a Wiki page • Tag cloud per page • Tag suggestions

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    Rating/Commenting

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    Search Last searches

    Document Categories

    Related Tags

    Knowledgeable people

    Related Communities

    Related email aliases

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    Community Equity

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    Thank you peter.reiser@sun.com http://blogs.sun.com/peterreiser

    mailto:peter.reiser@sun.com http://blogs.sun.com/peterreiser