Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Classifying Enterprise 2.0 use cases

Almost a year ago, Bjoern Negelman shared an excellent model for classifying Enterprise 2.0 use cases, building on ideas from Larry Hawes and Lee Bryant. I find it very usable when discussing the purpose of Enterprise 2.0 and different use cases. Below is a variation of his model that I use (with credit to Bjoern) when helping customers to identify Enterprise 2.0 use cases. You can download Bjoern's models from his account at Flickr.

[update: I've split the model into three versions]

1 comment:

  1. Wow, this is really good. You could easily also make the step underlying social media concepts and tools that fit with each cell. So which concepts fit best with 'collaboration 2.0' for instance? And then, if we know that, which tools support that in the best way?