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Success Factors of Enterprise 2.0 [article]

Benjamin Mühleisen, Claudio Schneider, Hans Friedrich Witschel, Christian Gutknecht, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, M.N.
2017
The goal of the studies was to identify success factors and/or barriers for Enterprise 2.0 adoption.  ...  The results show some clear common trends among the studied companies, which lead to a set of general recommendations for successful introduction of Enterprise 2.0.  ...  Research question In this work, we aim to investigate the success factors of Enterprise 2.0 more deeply.  ... 
doi:10.26041/fhnw-2801 fatcat:rt5vu3njlne2hfzfdlb5jotypy

Addressing Transparency, Communication and Participation in Enterprise 2.0 Projects

Dietmar Nedbal, Andreas Auinger, Alexander Hochmeier
2013 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
The contribution of the paper is to explain and reflect the performed methodology as well as activities and selected key results from two pilot projects and to match the results with the main success factors  ...  With it, it provides elaborative insights into key features of Enterprise 2.0 platforms and project management.  ...  Acknowledgements Parts of this work emerged from the research projects SCIM 2.0 and OptiCloud.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.12.075 fatcat:tk3nium43jegbovub2jyrg2vqe

Change factors in Enterprise 2.0 initiatives: Can we learn from ERP?

Tim Kuettner, Roland Diehl, Petra Schubert
2013 Electronic Markets  
This study investigates change factors specific to Enterprise 2.0 initiatives to contribute to our understanding of their characteristics and idiosyncrasies.  ...  The rise of social software and Enterprise 2.0 sees organizations rapidly deploying collaboration technologies.  ...  success factor 1 Interdepartmental communication 2 Table 6 6 Factors in ERP context compared to Enterprise 2.0Table 7 Nature of socio-technical change in Enterprise 2.0 vs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-013-0141-7 fatcat:5pgpnwt6grf7fkubsk4ty44hsu

WEB 2.0-SUPPORT FOR CHANGE MANAGEMENT DURING BPMS IMPLEMENTATION USING AN OPEN SOURCE APPROACH

P.G. Van Schalkwyk, H.H. Lotriet
2011 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
Change management is a significant critical success factor, and has to be managed well.  ...  Given the socio-technical nature of the implementation environment, communication and collaboration are crucially important to the success of change management.  ...  Similarity in fail factors between BPMS and other enterprise systems Of specific interest to this paper is the similarity of fail factors and critical success factors for both types of systems, and notably  ... 
doi:10.7166/22-2-23 fatcat:nl56mmyza5ezzo54mor4zl5w24

Participating in the Enterprise Web 2.0 Platform

Fayez Hussain Alqahtani, Ibrahim Abunadi
2016 Journal of Organizational and End User Computing  
This research therefore explores the role of trust in users' adoption of, and participation in, Enterprise Web 2.0 technologies.  ...  The incorporation of Enterprise Web 2.0 technologies has been very important to various business organisations and institutions.  ...  Technologies such as Enterprise Web 2.0 are community-based systems (Bradley 2007) and so the higher the number of employees who adopt Enterprise Web 2.0 technologies, the higher its chances of success  ... 
doi:10.4018/joeuc.2016070103 fatcat:hkc3kpnkencpxcqgton7tr2g6y

A Context-Aware Mashup Integration Guideline for Enterprise 2.0 [chapter]

Gerald Bader, Amin Anjomshoaa, A Min Tjoa
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, different business aspects of Mashup architecture in enterprise use-cases will be explored and the SWISHGUIDE-framework for capturing the needs and readiness factors of target organization  ...  Many companies have started to leverage their services in order to move toward Enterprise 2.0.  ...  Enterprise 2.0 is also considered to benefit from Web 2.0 paradigm and its relevant technologies for sake of business purposes [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32498-7_2 fatcat:cmzmv4auj5hc3g6vz2d6pbsbim

Organizational support and Enterprise Web 2.0 adoption: a qualitative study

Fayez Hussain Alqahtani, Jason Watson, Helen Partridge
2014 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The successful implementation of Enterprise Web 2.0 is based on employee adoption of such social technology.  ...  Using a qualitative study, this research explores how organizational support can influence employees' adoption of Enterprise Web 2.0.  ...  Obtaining management commitment, therefore, is critical to the successful implementation of Web 2.0 within organisations.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/AlqahtaniWP14 fatcat:7t76fbf2eva5fpbvpjfavcictm

Adoption, motivation and success factors of social media for team collaboration in SMEs

Michael Zeiller, Bettina Schauer
2011 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies - i-KNOW '11  
Based on a number of case studies on the application of social media in SMEs, we analyze the adoption and implementation, the motivation of team members and their benefit, and success factors of the utilization  ...  Due to ease of use and access, especially small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) may profit a lot from social media in team collaboration.  ...  Success Factors Several authors address the topic of success factors of implementing social software in (large-scale) enterprises [6] [20] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2024288.2024294 dblp:conf/iknow/ZeillerS11 fatcat:excbuk5oyvau7eddcj5zxxlj6i

An overview of Web 2.0 social capital: a cross-cultural approach

Jose Vila, Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano
2014 Service Business: An International Journal  
This is an introductory paper for this Special Issue on Web 2.0 Social Capital. We present a general discussion of motivations for and barriers to applying an Enterprise 2.0 approach.  ...  Discussion centers on the employee's perspective of using Web 2.0 applications and on the adoption of corporate Web 2.0 tools for collaboration.  ...  Lee for the opportunity to edit this special issue on Web 2.0 social capital: A cross-cultural approach in Service Business.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11628-014-0245-y fatcat:njfz7kn6prdwtnpypy745jdndm

A Survey on Factors of Information System Adoption Model

Handrie Noprisson
2020 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
The different this paper with previous research is the object of implementation which is the model that can implement to Enterprise 2.0.  ...  The result can be knowledge to support success of information systems adoption such as TAM that has been dominating in the use of the IS adoption model in many case studies.  ...  These variables influence the personal and technology factor of enterprise 2.0 adoption model.  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit206214 fatcat:nfotmxnjnrestnbdwqpihm5mbq

THE IMPLEMENTING OF ENTERPRISE 2.0 AND COLLABORATIVE CULTURE IN THE DIGITAL AGE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN BRAZIL AND GERMANY

Mariana de Campos Oliveira, Gustavo Hermínio Salati Marcondes de Moraes, Anne Kathleen Lopes da Rocha
2019 Perspectivas em Gestão & Conhecimento  
Results indicate that cultural characteristics, size of the company, encouragement to use and training of the associates directly influence the adhering of Enterprise 2.0.  ...  The objective of the research was to understand the main challenges and the real benefits of implementing Enterprise 2.0 and its new collaborative culture.  ...  given, the Enterprise 2.0 system can be seen as a factor of critical success.  ... 
doi:10.21714/2236-417x2019v9n3p21 fatcat:4acletgzbzbcbpgrchtz5qvigi

A Conceptual Model to Implement an Interactive and Collaborative Enterprise 2.0

Domenico CONSOLI
2013 Informatică economică  
To implement an interactive and collaborative Enterprise 2.0 it is important to have, inside the company, organizational and technological preconditions.  ...  In this paper the single actions to follow, for the implementation of the new model of business, with all determinant factors and variables, are described.  ...  Regarding the factors which stimulate the adoption and use of web 2.0 technologies, we focused on the tested Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) [10] and on models of the successful adoption of Information  ... 
doi:10.12948/issn14531305/17.3.2013.04 fatcat:2ja4y5dprfhhrduf52ck23ezhy

Identifying the Influential Factors of Knowledge Sharing in E-Learning 2.0 Systems

Bing Wu
2016 International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems  
systems; (2) Meanwhile, system success factors of communication quality and service quality are suggested to influence the perceived usefulness of E-Learning 2.0 systems; (3) As we expected, the intentions  ...  A sample of 284 participants from companies in China that have already implemented E-Learning 2.0 systems participated in this study.  ...  We present theoretical background within four topics: the concept of TPB, the concept of E-Learning 2.0 community success model, the concept of organizational climate, and finally the research gaps and  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijeis.2016010105 fatcat:mvldwn75nzhvtbvnbui3lxio4u

A Systematic Approach for Analysis Workshops in Enterprise 2.0 Projects

Dietmar Nedbal, Mark Stieninger, Andreas Auinger
2014 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
Enterprise 2.0 projects are recently gaining increasing interest among organizations of all sizes and across industries.  ...  This paper presents a methodology for a participative as-is analysis comprising a combination of semi-structured interviews and moderated process modelling in the context of Enterprise 2.0 projects.  ...  Acknowledgements Parts of this work emerged from the research project OptiCloud.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2014.10.041 fatcat:q2dlmnjecjdpdcgae4slxwoncu

Innovation Leaders, Modest Innovators and Non-innovative SMEs in Slovakia: Key Factors and Barriers of Innovation Activity

Ľubica Lesáková, Petra Gundová, Pavol Kráľ, Andrea Ondrušová
2017 Organizacija  
Results: Evaluating the importance of the key factors a majority of enterprises (64.71%) indicated financial resources as the most important factor for the innovations.  ...  The division of SMEs into three groups of enterprises: innovation leaders, modest innovators and non-innovators enables to identify the differences in managers' perception of the main factors and barriers  ...  successfulness of innovative small and medium enterprises in the Slovak Republic").  ... 
doi:10.1515/orga-2017-0024 fatcat:f4gwna3z6fdgvalod4qdnsxgoi
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