Patrick Walsh The Lean Intranet: from Intranet Zero to Intranet 2.0 and beyond. (Part Three: Intranet 2.0 and Intranet 3.0) [ABSTRACT]
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By Patrick Walsh

Abstract

In the first two parts of this three-part series, Patrick Walsh has traced the evolution of organisational intranets from the baby steps of 'Intranet Zero' through its current 1.0 state, but believes that the collaborative approach hyped as 'Intranet 2.0' is a misnomer. He describes what a true 2.0 intranet must include and points to the future of successful intranets as truly integrated Enterprise Information Systems.

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In the first two parts of this three-part series, Patrick Walsh has traced the evolution of organisational intranets from the baby steps of 'Intranet Zero' through its current 1.0 state, but believes that the collaborative approach hyped as 'Intranet 2.0' is a misnomer. He describes what a true 2.0 intranet must include and points to the future of successful intranets as truly integrated Enterprise Information Systems.

What's Inside:

The perceptions of senior managers are generally not all that positive for intranets anyway and it now seems that the greatly heralded saviour of all things intranet, intranet 2.0, is rapidly going the same way. Without the full support of management, any new intranet initiative is doomed to failure.

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