As the staff here at SLA headquarters is planning for our programming in 2008, much of the discussion is focused around Web 2.0 technologies. When are they most effective? Is this something our members will use? Which 2.0 solutions will improve our communication, creativity, and communities?
Plenty of questions that we are asking on our end and I imagine that many of you are doing the same in your organizations these days.
If so, you might want to read this blog post I came across the other day: The State of Enterprise 2.0. If you have the same questions we do, read this article... it might give you some answers.
The author, Dion Hinchcliffe, does an amazing job at taking the pulse and assessing these technologies and the changes many organizations have gone through as they have implemented (or not implemented) 2.0 tools over the last year. I found the post very insightful and helpful, but I am more interested in how these tools have worked for SLA members and their employers over the last year.
For those that are just starting to wade in these waters- what are your questions? For those that live and breathe 2.0, and are now ready for the 3.0 wave, what lessons have YOU learned?