Published: 15 November 2007
Analyst(s): Mike Gotta
The term "Enterprise 2.0" (E2.0) describes a collection of organizational and information technology (IT) constructs that help strategists better engage employees by enabling flexible work models, knowledge sharing, and community building. In turn, organizations reap productivity and performance benefits that also contribute toward growth and innovation objectives. In this Burton Group report, Principal Analyst Mike Gotta offers an assessment of E2.0 and how it reaffirms longstanding principles behind enterprise collaboration and knowledge management efforts. Over the past decade, such strategies have often been pursued to attain goals now being associated with E2.0 initiatives.
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