In the fall of 2007, I participated in an experiential class at Babson, called Second Life and Entrepreneurship. The main intent of the class was to see if Second Life could be used as a successful education medium, and to see what lessons that we collectively and collaboratively would learn.
In my “Managing the Technology-Intensive Enterprise” class tonight, we spoke about the third of three forces that relate to technology-intensive enterprises. The two forces we discussed in the past weeks were social pull and technology push. Tonight, we discussed the enabling enterprises that linked (or could serve as a de-coupling effect) these first two forces.
As we started to dig into the topic, one of the professors asked, “What are the enabling enterprises here? What are the groups that indeed link the pull to the push?”…
Ian Hughes engaged in a round-table discussion with my Virtual Worlds and Social Networking class at Babson College.
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