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July 29, 2009

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Allen Adams

Liked the article. Enterprise is misspelled in the title.

Michael Idinopulos

Thanks for the catch, Allen. I've fixed the title.

Pavel Trebukov

Like this article. Everything is very true - I can tell as a member of "Kumbaya Crowd" group :-)

Nimmy

Nicely written! Love this post though none of the points are a revelation as such! Boils down to how well you communicate it! :-) Should link to it on my own blog and use it to re-orient my thoughts. Thanks...!

Nimmy

Would love to know your thoughts on my post...wherein I've built on your thoughts. http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com/2009/07/e20-forces.html

Deepak Alse

I am yet to be convinced that human beings make transactional decisions based on multiple factors - Using an E2.0 tool is a transactional decision..http://exploreamaze.wordpress.com/

Ricardo Saldanha

Adoption is a top subject in E2.0 world - congratulations, your post put some good lights in this field.

Stuart French

Good post Michael. I read it quickly at work when you first wrote it and was just redirected back here now (on a Saturday when I have time to respond).

Your points are good and I agree moving away from the didactic extremes of kumbaya and gecko. The five areas you point out are also a good checklist for somebody who doesn't have time to become an expert and wants to get things moving in their organisation.

From a theoretical standpoint I would like to see things go a step further and acknowledge that human intelligence (and needs/motivations) are embedded not just as a function of cognitive processes, but physiological ones as well. As such their complexity makes any list either radically incomplete or at best suitable for one individual only.

Rather than trying to reduce and understand what motivates the individual users in an organisation, maybe Snowden's Safe-Fail strategy is a better method, building implementation methodologies that measure the participation and success of several solutions to understand what will work best for a certain group.

I look forward to reading more of your work.

Stu French.

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