An enterprise 2.0 project management approach to facilitate participation, transparency, and communication

Andreas Auinger, Dietmar Nedbal, Alexander Hochmeier

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The use of current interactive and collaborative Web 2.0 concepts and technologies has great potential for flexible, loosely-coupled integration and ad-hoc information exchange within and between organizations. However, stakeholders’ readiness, willingness and ability to participate need to be continuously factored in. The successful implementation of common strategies, systems and processes in the course of Enterprise 2.0 projects is crucial. To increase the probability of success and to enhance the intensity of cooperation and trust in such projects, the constructs of transparency, communication and participation need to be addressed through an integrated project methodology. To bridge the gap between existing scientific models and requirements for Enterprise 2.0 projects, this paper proposes and describes a project methodology to support the main objectives for Enterprise 2.0 implementations. Selected results from two pilot projects within Austrian companies are presented and matched with critical success factors, which are derived from the literature. These provide elaborative insights into key characteristics of certain Enterprise 2.0 tools and project management for Enterprise 2.0 projects.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)43-60
Number of pages18
JournalInternational Journal of Information Systems and Project Management
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2013


  • Enterprise 2.0
  • Project management methodology
  • Social enterprise


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