Bill Anderson, "Thank you" for a glorious excursion into Web 2.0 and its impact on organizations and especially for your intriguing conclusion, your focus on the human element, the importance of "culture", and "collaboration and participation" skills.
Your posts have provided gems to revisit ranging from your pointers to Jerry Michalski's long list of technologies the world demands we now master; the quintessential Web 2.0 pic via Nancy White and reminder that "While it can be a lot of fun swimming in the ocean, you can't go to sleep."; to your concern about co-development with users; deep dive into "The workgroup in the organization..2.0" and "My 2.0 profile .. and my network limits." You've certainly captured my Web 2.0 stretch!
While I appreciate your broad view of Web 2.0 and its impact on organizations and individuals most of all I value your scientific mind and rigorous approach to discussing this issue. One of the themes we're tracking in this 21st Century Organization blog is the growing demand for analytical skills that technology brings. Your scientific training, commitment to validating your case and not settling for opinion, enrich your posts.
Please visit again soon to help us think about how the social web impacts each of us and the organizations in which we participate.
~ Jenny Ambrozek