Like each year, the Enterprise 2.0 summit took place in Paris, this year from Monday to yesterday this week. If many topics has been discussed, the new form of organization and employees engagement have been central. So I’ve decided to interview Jon Husband a consultant in management who has invented 15 years ago the concept of wirearchy and which is more than ever relevant.
This post has been publish in french originally for 01Business.
At the end of last year many blog post was about the end of social business like this one on Brian Solis’blog titled social business is dead which suggests that collaboration, social, whatever word is already outdated for business. It should therefore provide a new buzzword. No offense to my colleagues from agencies, the real need is still present even if the concept is not as marketing they would like.
The new 2013 study from MIT Sloan management review about digitalization is online. 78% of the respondants (1559 persons in 106 countries) think that achieving a digital transformation is critical. Digital means as well management, business model, not just conversation on plateform, internal or external. There is still a long road.
Cécile Demailly has written an article on her blog in june, What corporations could learn from startups. There is a long time that I want to write an article about this issue, her article is a good excuse to make it. Even if I share some points with my friend Cécile, I think some points needs to be highlight. I know Cécile Demailly and I had some esteem for her professional abilities and she knows what is involved in organization transformation and the change management required. It’s just to easy to say let’s do it like startups