The Collaboration 3.0 approach

Spira, Jonathan
September 2007
KM World;Sep2007, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Collaboration 3.0 processes and technologies which are used by few chief companies. It states that Web 2.0, a term which was used for a 2003 conference is considered as a child's play in comparison with the Collaboration 3.0. It is a very high level of collaboration and knowledge sharing, where several companies work jointly as a one giant enterprise.


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