Provided by: International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology(IACSIT)
Topic: Social Enterprise
Date Added: Jan 2013
Enterprise 2.0, as one of the most popular Information Technology (IT) innovation has attracted tremendous attention from both business managers and academic scholars. Since the invention of this term by McAfee, the long-hold dream of enabling knowledge workers to realize the \"Intangible organizational capital\" suddenly appears promising. From the on-going industrial phenomenon observation: distributed co-creation, featured as exploiting network capability to organize knowledge workers to collaborate at global scale and deliver round-the-clock teamwork. Further enhanced by increasingly organization flatten process, companies large and small, from traditional industries or emerging economics are ready to step forward to redesigning the organization structure and execute projects across business units and functions.