I've chosen this piece becaue (a) collaboration is a topic very close to my heart as a KM professional and (b) it provides actual data that confirms something I've long suspected - the gap between technologists and organisational change skills.
To quote from the author:
I was disappointed, but not surprised, that “collaboration” as a skill was mostly lumped with technology skills. Folks in the Enterprise 2.0 space, for example, have almost no overlap with organizational development professionals. It’s a troubling trend. Although people are fond of saying, “It’s not about technology, it’s about people,” there’s not much practice validating that mantra.