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The concept of an Enterprise has not really changed in its essence, but at last it seems that the Management and People concepts are integrating more and more in organizations. These concepts embrace: strategy, processes, indicators, benchmarking, quality, teams, marketing, positioning, culture, leadership, results, excellence, people, collaboration, sustainability, etc.
The fast changing and ever more competition coupled with the ease of access to new technologies that were once expensive and complex to implement this change has led to the Business/Enterprise 2.0.
What is an Enterprise 2.0?
An Enterprise 2.0 is one that integrates collaborative technological platforms to make its business objectives a reality, but that exploits a sense, from the people’s perspective and with a clear business sustainability focus.
Don’t forget that it’s not just about tools, since they, themselves, don’t do much more than be used. The objective(s) of this use will determine if they are the leverage of change or not, within an organization.
Normally, whenever a project is launched, the second action to launch after the initial analysis tends to be the technological support tool. Having reached the end of implementation, the client believes that the greater part of the project has ended and is unaware that the change management is the essential and critical part in the entire process.
This change management is the key to success in an Enterprise 2.0, and therefore, a key to the sustainability of existing businesses.
The future sustainability of businesses go through an Optimization of resources and excellent management of them. By resources, understand not only the traditional ones, but also the talent, culture, accessability, knowledge, relations, etc.