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July 23, 2008

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Shane Eloe

This seems to be the idea behind a discussion forum that would work well for any organization with large amounts of its workforce behind a computer most of the day. However, most places use email distribution lists rather than discussion boards to facilitate the dissemination of information. The nature of the tool used (email distribution lists) lends itself to one way communication rather than fostering communication in the community.

The tools for developing community effectively in an organization are really starting to come together in the web 2.0 environment. The distinguishing factor may be between the organizations that embrace and utilize these tools and those that block and ridicule these tools as 'time wasters'.

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