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  • Dark Blogs Case Study 01 - A European Pharmaceutical Group - Suw Charman, Corante Research, June 13, 2005
    • PDF file - 28 pages, 2.3 MB
    • This case study examines how a European pharmaceutical group used Traction Software's TeamPage enterprise weblog software to create a competitive intelligence (CI) knowledge base to replace previous platforms such as Lotus Notes databases and static websites.

  • Blogs on intranets - Shel Holtz, Journal of Employee Communications Management, 2005
    • If Holtz's Law holds true, blogs ultimately will become a standard feature of many intranets. Why wait the usual few years, though, until management resistance softens and the inevitable happens? There are plenty of reasons to embrace blogs as part of your intranet right now.

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Articles and Interviews

  • Expert Voice: John Patrick on Weblogs (printer-friendly version) - Marcia Stepanek, CIO Insight, November 1, 2003
    • The promise of weblogs is, acording to Patrick, "to tap into expertise among far-flung locations and enable information-sharing with partners, suppliers and customers about everything from business problems to new-product musings". "Knowledge management wasn't overhyped. It was underdelivered. Blogs can potentially deliver the grassroots discussions and knowledge-sharing that top-down, corporate-sponsored efforts never could."

  • Blogging behind the firewall, by Chad Dickerson, CTO Connection, May 21, 2004
    • "InfoWorld’s internal Weblog started as an experiment. Already, it’s indispensable"

  • Intel blog: what the boss thinks, Dean Takahashi, Mercury News, February 16, 2005
    • "Like many a corporate executive, Intel President Paul Otellini rarely deviates from the company line in public. But read Otellini's blog and you'll see what he really thinks. In contrast to the public online journals of most corporate executives, Otellini's blog is strictly for Intel employees' eyes only, published on the company's internal Web site. But a copy of the 8-week-old blog obtained by the Mercury News shows Otellini unplugged, conversing candidly with Intel's rank and file about the challenges facing the Santa Clara chip giant."
    • (PDF) Read excerpts from Intel President Paul Otellini's blog

  • On the Pod with Michael Pusateri, VP of Engineering at the Disney Channel - ThePodcastNetwork : G'day World, February 28, 2005

  • InfoWorld Special Report: Enterprise collaboration with blogs and wikis (PDF - free registration required) - March 28, 2005

  • Rise of the Blog (printer-friendly version - Edward Cone, CIO Insight, April 5, 2005
    • "The other side of the story is taking place inside corporate firewalls—in an area that, traditionally, has been the realm of technology managers. Here, blogs (and the simple databases known as wikis) offer an alternative not only to e-mail, but also to even more expensive systems for project and knowledge management that often prove unpopular with workers, who find them difficult and unrewarding to use. You may not be thinking about blogs, but somebody at your company probably is— if they aren't using them already."

Weblog Postings

  • The Company Where All 110 Employees Have A Blog - Fredrik Wackå, CorporateBloggingBlog, April 6, 2005
    • "At Macaw all employees have their own internal blog. They get it when they get their network, intranet and e-mail account. Not only do they have blogs -- they use them. 90 percent of the 110 employees are internal bloggers."
  • Blogging at IBM - Phil Borremans, IAOC Blog, March 4, 2005
    • "At this moment we have about 2800 internal weblogs (on a total worldwide population of about 330.000 IBM'ers.) with about 12700 entries."'''
  • Enterprise Blogging in Practice, Notes, Michael Coté, Coté's Weblog, January 25, 2005
    • "In addition sparking off some thoughts about RSS security, the most recent Gillmor Gang got me to thinking that I should write-up my experiences with blogging behind the firewall, or 'Enterprise Blogging' to use a trade-raggy phrase."
  • Whichard's Blogging Theorem, Michael Coté, Coté's Weblog, April 17, 2005
    • "Blogs are a supra-effective tool for internal marketing".
  • Flows of conversation - Simon Phipps, WebMink, May 12, 2004
    • "The problem with trying to have a discussion spread across a myriad blogs is there's no meaningful way to read it."
  • This snake skin weblog symbolizes my individuality and belief in personal freedom! - P@ Sunglasses, January 5, 2005
    • "This post is not about my weblog skin, I use a default theme coming with Roller, but about how tools and culture interact to affect how we collaborate, and more precisely how our culture, personal or corporate, affects how we use weblogs, mailing lists and wikis to collaborate."
  • Blogs in business -- What we could do NOW, Dave Pollard, June 30, 2004
    • "A couple of business leaders have challenged me to develop a pragmatic strategy for effectively introducing blogs into a business today. Here's what I said."
  • Why internal blogs don't make it, Paul Vick, Technical Lead, Visual Basic .NET, Microsoft, December 08, 2003
    • "Scoble wrote yesterday about the fact that even though there are a growing number of MS people with external blogs , there hasn't been a commensurate number of internal blogs. In fact, I'd have to say that pretty much most of the internal blogs that I've read are a dismal failure, and I've dropped every single one out of NewsGator. Robert speculates that the problem has to do with discoverability and linking, but I think the problem goes deeper than that. Specifically, I don't think internal blogs work very well because:..."
  • Blogs in Business: Finding the Right Niche, Dave Pollard, May 2, 2003
    • "Even businesses with well-established knowledge management systems can find room for weblogs, and derive great benefits from integrating them into their existing KM architecture."
  • The Weblog as Filing Cabinet, Dave Pollard, March 3, 2003
    • "Weblogs could be a mechanism to coherently codify and 'publish' in a completely voluntary and personal manner the individual worker's entire filing cabinet, complete with annotations, marginalia, post-its and personal indexing system."
  • Basic K-Log info, John Robb, K-Logs Group, February 18, 2002
    • "What are K-Logs? K-Logs enable employees to post written editorial, points of view, links, documents, important e-mails, and pictures to a corporate Intranet where the posted content can be searched, browsed, and archived. They enable easy sharing of knowledge."
  • Effective PR through K-Logs, John Robb, K-Logs Group, December 20, 2001
  • Dave Polard: Mock-up workblog

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