Over the last few weeks i have started and stopped a handful of blog posts on user adoption of Web 2.0 in the enterprise. One is titled "Change Management 2.0" which is a term i have been using (yeah i know) and is focused on the new business processes that Web 2.0 technologies may bring into the enterprise. Over the years, i have worked with many large enterprise customers to implement, roll out and ensure adoption of information creation, distribution and consumption tools and of course now many different Web 2.0 tools are weaving themselves in.
I haven't finalized any of the Change Management 2.0 posts mostly because i constantly get distracted by all the other bloggers out there that are writing on similar subjects. So instead i thought it would be fun to create an Office 2.0 Comic Strip, that pokes a bit of fun on both sides of the Change Management process- management and employees.
So i present to you the first episode of the Office 2.0 comic strip (view full size from below and be patient my pages are large and take a while to load). In the episode the office manager is asking his head IT person for help to bring the office into a Web 2.0 world. Hope you enjoy it- come back for episode two if you do.
I am using a great new tool called Scrapblog that is built on Adobe Flex. i have been playing around with Scrapblog over the last few weeks (for example including being a good promoting band wife-i switch the dates and venues with a couple clicks and it updates in all the places the scrapblog is embedded).
I love the power it gives users to create a high quality digital content experience- Any tool that empowers the end user to create content is a good tool. If it also frees them to become creative beyond their technical means it becomes a great tool.