Billy Cripe is author of "Two Types of Collaboration and Ten Requirements for Using Them" and co-author of the book "Reshaping Your Business With Web 2.0" (McGraw-Hill 2008)along with Oracle VP of Product Management Vince Casarez, Oracle SE Philipp Weckerle and Web 2.0 Guru Jean Sini. Billy is currently the Principal BloomThinker at his social media marketing strategy company, BloomThink. He has held previous positions such as: Vice President of Marketing for Fishbowl Solutions and Director of Product Management for Oracle ECM and E20. Billy has over 10 years of experience in the ECM industry as a client, developer, consultant and product strategist. He has been involved with the architecture, development and implementation of key information management systems at clients from large multi-national corporations to local municipalities and small businesses. Billy has traveled all over the world speaking and meeting with customers on the importance, value, and strategy of enterprise information management. He has been widely published online and in print on Enterprise 2.0 and Social Enterprise Information Management. You can keep up with him on Twitter at @billycripe or on his blogs http://www.bloomthink.com
Collaboration comes in two distinct types, social and informational. Social collaboration is people focused, goal oriented and intentional. Informational collaboration is knowledge focused, discovery oriented and accidental. Accidental collaboration is the more powerful. Ten key requirements for enabling Accidental Collaboration are discussed in a fun and conversational manner.