In AlwaysOn you can find an interesting article from Bambi Francisco about the MySpace generation in the corporate world:
"I imagine that this college student's future corporate life will be as Web 2.0 as his consumer life is now -- an egalitarian world in which everyone contributes, opines, votes, connects, shares and collaborates instantly."But:
"I guess it's not surprising why social networks and other Web 2.0 applications are having a tough time penetrating the corporate walls. The biggest reasons are because old habits die hard, and legacy systems and old contracts are hard to drop."