Quality vs Quantity Growth Strategies for Social Networks

Oliver Marks adds another twist to the (chances of) innovation in social networks discussion, bonding it to the business use of internal social networks (but while he’s right that “friending” everyone in Enterprise 2.0 is of little use, I think that this – potentially extremely networked – setting is the petri dish for the emergence of more stable, reliable and functional networks) :

“The goal of good collaboration networks over time are to build up ever more valuable repositories of information. The contributors may evolve and change over time, just as the personal connections and relationships that grow from sharing the information may mutate and change, but the body of knowledge and interconnected ‘business fabric’ grows cumulatively ever stronger.”

Posted via web from Notes about the E2.0 SUMMIT

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