Web 2.0 Policies / Guidelines / Practices #collaboration
Dale Arseneault <dalearseneault@...>
I recently participated in the Knowledge Transfer Session for the recent APQC Study: The Role of Evolving Technologies: Accelerating Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer, and after beginning to socialize the study results with varous colleagues across the organization, one in IM/RM posed some interesting questions around Web 2.0 policies, practices and guidelines.
There certainly seems to be some polarization on the topic, perhaps aligned with the conflicts between traditional management paradigms who take a strong risk position, and new principles and approaches to management and leadership emerging in the workplace, perhaps characterized somewhat by Euan Semple's blog entry titled "Saying we need a blogging code of conduct to behave ...... is like saying we need the bible to be moral. "
Some organizations on the leading edge of Web 2.0 implementing in the workplace rely on existing business ethics and conduct policies to cover social technologies.
Nonetheless, any contributions to my colleague's questions below would be much appreciated.
Many thanks in advance,