the problem of contribution and time

Well the last few days I ran into the problem of contribution. Enterprise 2.0 is depending upon users at the office editing and creating content to create and share knowledge. People have to make time to do this, or better put their bosses have to give them time. In the knowledge worker community where jobs have a heavy complexity of work and collaborate with others no one will have a boss. They of course have a superior but this person does not tell them what to do. The knowledge workers will do as they think is fit to get their jobs done. The last few days I have been very busy for my customers and not with posting on my blog. Today I have a moment to get going again and see that my last post is 13 days ago…

How do you avoid these situations? Well you don’t! Knowledge workers are very busy people with a lot on their minds. But it is a matter of choice and opportunity. When I think back about the last few days I spend a lot of time behind my tablet-pc editing and creating content. This is the same as I am doing at this moment. The integration of tools could give more opportunity to share content and give time to blogging (as an example of an enterprise 2.0 activity). A lot of tools are integrating with email because it is the tool of choice of bilions of people!

Integration of functionality (in hard- and software) is one of the keys in enterprise 2.0 and it will be a possible sollution to my problem and hopefully to the problem of many other problems.

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