Napsterization of the workplace

I have always believed that it is crucial to cultivate shared ownership of social computing activity in organisations. It reflects the peer to peer nature of what is going on and makes the systems more robust in a "wisdom of the crowds" sort of way.

The thought that just occurred to me is that if you keep ownership of your systems - shall we say "confusing" - then it is harder for people to work out who to shout at to turn them off!