Virtualization as a Success Factor

Ursula Drost and Edmund Hain, Managing Directors, Business Consulting Network International, December 2, 2009

The virtual Web 2.0 organization is a flexible structure with pliant and ever-changing connections between companies, suppliers and customers. Divisions, departments and workgroups within the organization are continually adjusted to meet changing needs. Virtualization consistently employs Web 2.0 technologies to reach previously unknown levels with entirely new business opportunities and workflows.

To make full use of the technical possibilities of the Web 2.0 era an organization’s employees must meet high standards of flexibility, reliability and responsibility. Virtual organizations also need an atmosphere of team spirit in which employees, suppliers and customers work together toward common goals.

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