I think IBM's policy is a pretty good starting point: IBM Social Computing Guidelines
Other company policies or discussions of guidelines I've seen around blogging, social media, web 2.0:
- United States Airforce (PDF)
- United States Navy (PDF)
- Feedster Corporate Blogging Policy
- Thomas Nelson Blogging Guidelines
- Plaxo Public Internet Communication Policy
- Hill & Knowlton Blogging policies and guidelines
- Yahoo Employee Blog Guidelines
- BBC Blog Guidelines
- Sun's Policy on Public Discourse
- What Should Your Corporate Policy Be On Blogs?
- Social Media Policy Musts
- Harvard Law School
- IOC Olympic Athletes Blogging Policy (PDF)
- About.com Samples
- Enterprise: List of 40 Social Media Staff Guidelines
If you have good articles, posts, etc. on how to get these established in your organization or stats on how common it is among different kinds of organizations, please point me to them.
In some ways, the question we face is -
If our organization doesn't have an existing policy, is that a fundamental roadblock to using certain kinds of Web 2.0 tools as part of our eLearning 2.0 solutions?
Is it worth our time to try to push for getting a policy established?