Friday, January 22, 2010
There are well-thought whitepapers, elaborating on innovative methodologies or methods, which tell business managers, how to best use IT (i.e., Web-technology) for better organization of business affairs.
Typically, such whitepapers are written from a technological perspective, neglecting - deliberately - 'the whole picture', but surpassing - unintendedly - the border between the strata of technology and organization, nevertheless.
It is tempting to contrast the reasoning found in these papers with the reasoning of full-fletched business people, at home with organization of collaboration (of people).
By comparing the two approaches, we may learn a lot on how Web-technology should (not) be used by business leaders.