In late 2009 I successfully completed my Enterprise 2.0 Practitioner Certification. It was a great experience learning through the various modules of the certification program. Much of the course content helped to reinforce my previous experiences with collaborative web technologies but it expanded my ability to articulate Web 2.0 within the context of the enterprise.
According the AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) website the Enterprise 2.0 Practitioner Certificate program covers the following concepts and technologies of Enterprise 2.0:
- How to position Enterprise 2.0 in relationship to IM, BI, KM and Web 2.0
- Enterprise 2.0 techniques
- Enterprise 2.0 frameworks and concepts
- Business drivers for Enterprise 2.0
- Worker Model for Enterprise 2.0
- Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 1.0: email, forums, chat rooms, bulletin boards, web/tele/videoconferencing, and static web
- Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 1.5: web services, IM, SMS, collaboration filtering, social networking, social networking analysis, portals, and dynamic web
- Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 2.0: participate web, tagging, mashups, blogs, wikis, feeds, podcasting, and social voting, bookmarking and ranking
- An overview of Enterprise 2.0 extensions
- State of the Enterprise 2.0 market
I am looking forward to the next certification set of courses that will put me on the path toward the Enterprise 2.0 Specialist Certification.