There really are no IT projects, only business projects with more or less IT involved.And then re-read it but as you do replace the word IT with KM. It still makes sense - in fact very good sense. Oscar concludes by saying that
Enterprise 2.0 is about making IT an inherent part of all business.Expanding this a little I would say:
Enterprise 2.0 is about making IT and KM an inherent part of all business.This actually makes more sense than I first thought as for many organizations KM and IT are almost indistinguishable.
I think we could include HR in this argument too! Enterprise 2.0 will challenge the power of KM, IT and HR departments - not to mention many traditional command and control managers. Some will embrace it but I fear most will resist. This is really not the right metaphor but it causes me to chuckle. In the words of the Borg:
"Resistance Is Futile. You Will Be Assimilated!"But seriously, Enterprise 2.0 and KM 2.0 will change the power structure of organizations for ever! It will take a little time but this is going to happen, so best embrace it early then fight it.