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The Enterprise 20 goals are around sharing information, reusing services, and connecting people As stated before, there are multiple paths to achieve these goals, and Oracle offers multiple products to achieve these goals Since one of the goals behind Enterprise 20 is to connect people with information, an important component of any Enterprise 20 strategy is enterprise content management You can extend your strategic ECM repository to support the content needs of your Enterprise 20 applications This means empowering ECM to deliver or integrate with the newest breed of collaboration application Some of the newer Enterprise 20 applications are a natural extension of what ECM does, so a tight integration makes a great deal of sense Other times, ECM takes more of a supporting role The following sections outline what these new technologies are, why you may need them, and how Oracle ECM fits in
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When it comes to the services aspect of Enterprise 20, your ECM system should cleanly integrate with your enterprise architecture For example, if your architecture is SOA-based, then your strategic ECM should offer easyto-use content services It should also cleanly integrate with your service governance model and your global security policy As stated in s 4 and 6, Oracle ECM can fit in nicely with your service governance model When it comes to connecting people to each other, your ECM plays more of a supporting role If your social software needs to store unstructured content so people can reuse it such as photos, notes, and blog posts then it makes sense to store it in your strategic ECM system Also, your ECM system has a lot of information about emerging trends, based on the popularity of search terms and pages The final sections of this chapter discuss why enterprise social software is important, and how ECM could play this supporting role
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All of this Enterprise 20 technology is very exciting, and incredibly useful However, it s important to reemphasize that it is both a social and technological movement In order to get maximum value out of these tools, you also need to create a culture of sharing information, services, and connections This can be difficult if you have departments that prefer to hoard access to information, or protect their employees from information in other departments Enterprise 20 will not get off the ground in your organization without the proper system of rules, rewards, incentives, and accountability It may be official policy to share information and connections, but are people properly motivated to do so It may be official policy to encourage risk takers, but do you properly motivate the risk takers regardless of whether they succeed or fail
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One problem that is common to a lot of social software is the question of how should we define a connection When sites like LinkedIn and MySpace were new, early adopters wanted to have as many connections as possible, regardless of whether or not you had ever interacted This led to the illusion that these individuals were well connected, when in reality they were not Truly well-connected individuals do favors for their connections: find them jobs, share insights and information, and actively get them connected with other people who might help them In contrast, people who are well
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connected on LinkedIn are takers, and not givers They are not building social capital, they are only consuming it A good Enterprise 20 initiative should be mindful of this reality Simply because two people are connected, doesn t mean that the connection is strong People need to communicate with each other to strengthen connections, and do favors for one another If they do not, then connections should eventually expire Also, just because you have a lot of connections, doesn t mean that you are well connected Imagine a business that has ten departments, with 100 people per department Further imagine that in one department, there is a person connected with all 100 people in her department, but not connected with anyone outside her department Compare her against a coworker who is only connected to one person in each of the ten departments The former has 100 connections, the latter has ten connections Who is better connected Arguably, the employee with only ten connections is better connected than the one with 100 connections Why Because the one who knows a greater variety of people is more likely to have a better sense of what is going on across the entire company The person who is very well connected but only with people like her will have a very narrow view of what is going on It is therefore important to encourage your employees to connect with many different kinds of people The people with cross-departmental connections usually have a better grasp of what is happening across the organization By making these connections and being genuinely helpful to others, your employees will gain both influence and knowledge that they otherwise would lack
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