Newsgator’s Director of Enterprise 2.0 Consulting Christy Schoon has launched a new blog Everyday Enterprise 2.0 at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. Christy says “I’m going to write in plain English about everyday Enterprise 2.0 from my own on-the-ground perspective working with living, breathing social computing champions at Fortune 500 companies.”
One reason I love the blog is Christy’s four standard recommendations to businesspeople on where to start with Enterprise 2.0 (particularly the first one ):
1) read Ross Dawson’s sensible, plainspoken book “Implementing Enterprise 2.0“
2) read the Nielsen Norman Group’s report “Enterprise 2.0: Social Software on Intranets“; and
3) if your company has at least 10,000 employees, join the 2.0 Adoption Council
4. Get professional help.
However I also like the rich content tone. It’s very refreshing to see a post titledPimp My Site that happens to be a detailed discussion about the practical issues involved in Enterprise 2.0 adoption but begins:
My second blog post and I’ve already used the word Pimp. My Mom would be so proud.