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Oliver Marks & Stowe Boyd Discuss Open Enterprise 2009

Stowe and I discuss progress so far on 'Open Enterprise 2009', taking a look at the issues people posted on our instance of UserVoice.People are acutely aware there are different things going on in enterprises simultaneously: leadership is a high interest topic; intersection of social networking with functional software; microstreaming and exploring systemic resistance in companies.We're keen to continue to gather insights and questions, whether using Uservoice, other forms of communication and anon if necessary. The videos you see on this site are the more positive uncontentious discussions, Stowe and I have had many other conversations offline which provide valuable insight into things that haven't gone so well anonymously...We'll be discussing our interim findings at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on April 1 at 2:40 - come and see us discuss the project and join the discussion!Join in on http://oe09.uservoice.com/pages/general?referer_type=top3 - we'll be talking to some of the most interesting topic posters in the future.

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