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Enterprise 2.0: We Got it All Wrong – a Cross-Cultural Misunderstanding

While social media is slowly earning a place inside companies, they still have none or very little impact on the rigid business processes of the enterprise. A major cultural change, along with deep redesign of corporate governance and internal working, … Continue reading

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Social media is a cultural matter: the Japan case

A few months ago, several articles (like this one) pin-pointed the slow and deceptive growth of Facebook and Myscpace in Japan, compared to the overwhelming popularity of a local social netork: Mixi, explaining it by a so-called Japanese shyness in … Continue reading

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