How To Select the Perfect Team for an Enterprise Community Pilot?

Ross Dawson (@rossdawson) shares an excerpt from his book Implementing Enterprise 2.0

The primary way in which pilots projects will become visible to other people the organization and adapted to new issues is through the personal networks of the pilot team members. Strong personal networks within organizations emerge through both personality, organizational role, and work history (e.g. having worked in multiple divisions or locations). In most organizations networks are fairly strongly correlated to longevity in the organization, meaning that recent recruits are unlikely to have strong personal networks.

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