|Title||The next generation of the web: an organisational perspective|
The web has revolutionised information sharing, management, interoperability and knowledge discovery. The union of the two prominent web frameworks, Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web is often referred to as Web 3.0. This paper explores the basics behind the two paradigms, assesses their influence over organisational change and considers their effectiveness in supporting innovative solutions. It then outlines the challenges of combining the two web paradigms to form Web 3.0 and critically evaluates the impact that Web 3.0 will have on the social organisation. The research carried out follows action research principles and adopts an investigative and reviewing approach to the emerging trends and patterns that develop from the web's changing use, examining the
underpinning enabling technologies that facilitate access, innovation and organisational change.
|Publisher||University of Westminster|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/schools/business/research/working-paper-series/?a=143712|