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Training courses, linking people and community

Joitske Hulsebosch

This was after we had previously contacted these organizations requesting their cooperation.

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Green Chameleon

Now nobody’s going to unpick the mysteries of knowledge sharing in a single blog post, but blogs are good for thinking out loud and trying ideas out with people passing by. Neighbours exchange juicy tidbits of gossip about their friend’s divorce 2. KNOWLEDGE SHARING IS GOOD. But what about simply failing to share knowledge?

Virtual and real stereotypes

Joitske Hulsebosch

In some cases, I had online exchanges and when meeting the person, the person was different from my expectations. than in my online experiences.

Technology: gathering on 'online kennisdelen' organised by oneworld

Joitske Hulsebosch

Because of the longer attachment to one domain and with a (growing) group, we are able create more exchanges which build on each other

Practical examples: Rede Nos in Brasil and PEM-Pal in Eastern Europe

Joitske Hulsebosch

To create a space for people to interact, often working on projects in an isolated way. The participants do not seem to bother much.

Technology: I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Joitske Hulsebosch

Interested people meet quarterly, exchange by Dgroup, and now the group has a new public space by means of this blog.

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Patience as a new cultural dimension?

Joitske Hulsebosch

People in uncertainty avoiding countries are also more emotional, and motivated by inner nervous energy.

Green Chameleon » Blog-Tag - An Internet Party Game

Green Chameleon

As Jeff puts it, people know each other through the blogosphere, but do they really know each other? So the game is the old dinner party game of sharing five things about yourself that your blogomates might not know – and then you tag five other people to be it! And here are the five people I’d like to know more about: 1.

Collaborative Thinking: Microsoft Eyes Future of Teleconferencing with RoundTable

Collaborative Thinking

As technologists, we tend to emphasize the tools and technologies that handle virtual collaboration but often we forget than people interact a great deal in a face-to-face manner. We do little to help people capture, organize, share etc this type of collaboration and exchange of know-how. Thats unfortunate. plug-in. Trust Us.

Communities of practice: from fishermen guilds to the global village

Joitske Hulsebosch

thinking', which comes with imported trust, more openess and faster exchange and networking.

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Technology: does 40+ hamper innovation?

Joitske Hulsebosch

He can also be disturbed seeing how other people do many things at the same time, wondering if they are paying sufficient attention.

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Practical example: the tech forum in Kumasi

Joitske Hulsebosch

The idea was to advertise via a discussion list and see who's really interested in this - get people who are willing to invest in sharing.

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Technology: inclusion/exclusion via choice of technology

Joitske Hulsebosch

Her -younger- brother was surprised that she was sending sms-messages (she had come back from Indonesia where everyone was sending sms' all the time).

Advising communities of practice: Process consultation revisited

Joitske Hulsebosch

I reread Process consultation revisited by Edgar H. Schein. but would never have been able of describing it this way. just reread it.

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Practical examples: The community empowerment network in Central Asia

Joitske Hulsebosch

Moderately well worked the government involvement, regional exchanges and linkages to the World Bank operations. perspective

Green Chameleon » Of Conferences, Chatauquas and Boundary Objects

Green Chameleon

This document gives a summary of the contributions made 22-28 September 2006. And even in smaller markets, such as Australia, symbiotic relationships between commercial providers and local professional groups have sprung up, where thought leaders are loaned to local groups in exchange for promotion of the commercial mainstream events.

Practical examples: a one-year old community of practice

Joitske Hulsebosch

It was funny to see how people have different interpretations of the history. The fact that people show up at meetings and that the group is growing is also an indication of value created. Without posting all the minutes, I think this blog is a good place to share my reflections about this whole exercise. 1. beyond embarassment

Practical examples: Interview with Bill Williams on ILO/CIARIS experiences in lusophone Africa

Joitske Hulsebosch

The point of creating a community of practice from a course situation is to achieve a situation where the learning is going on and there are people who have a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge, which can be useful to people working on similar problems in similar languages. 2. The whole podcast is less than 9 minutes.

Green Chameleon » What is Knowledge Sharing?

Green Chameleon

Now nobody’s going to unpick the mysteries of knowledge sharing in a single blog post, but blogs are good for thinking out loud and trying ideas out with people passing by. Neighbours exchange juicy tidbits of gossip about their friend’s divorce 2. KNOWLEDGE SHARING IS GOOD. But what about simply failing to share knowledge?

Practical example: Experiences with communities of practice in India

Joitske Hulsebosch

wide variety of groups and networks were studied, like a farmers group producing a journal, an exchange programme, a listserv and email discussion group, and information sharing group on livelihoods and gender equity and a group championing women's rights. It is a good study looking at exisiting CoPs in the development sector in India.

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Communities of practice: Naava's example of the role of a facilitator

Joitske Hulsebosch

liked the story as it demonstrates the role of a CoP facilitator (or weaver as she call it) in connecting people and stimulating private exchanges within the CoP, not only public- for all- meetings or discussions. After lunch, I introduced them and they exchanged contact information. thanks!). Thanks for the connection

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Technology: RSS, tagging and back to work!

Joitske Hulsebosch

What's very clear is that it's really hard to explain/imagine/dream up for people who have not experienced social bookmarking and/or RSS at work. The other observation I can make so far on our tag experiments is that it doesn't foster any exchange/conversation, unless you combine it with reading your co-tagger blogs

Technology: trust in virtual teams

Joitske Hulsebosch

He states people will have a hard time trusting eachother unless they've met. Yet, it is a skill to be learned/a mindset to be taken on to be comfortable with people's reaction (or non-reaction) when they are out of the line of sight. John Gundry wrote a paper on trust in virtual teams trying to 'unpeel the onion about trust'.

Culture: the case for contamination

Joitske Hulsebosch

But before the king arrived, people were taking calls on cellphones, and discussing contemporary issues like the teaching of science and technology at the local university. They talked to us about how Irish people interact. The Ashanti king (asantehene) on the picture. Societies without changes aren't authentic; they're just dead.

To support and manage people

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The next interview took place at August 31, 2006 with Sarah Cummings from KIT. “I have a very wide variety of roles in Dgroups. I am a researcher, creator, representative of a member within the partnership, facilitator, passive and active member of Dgroups, all at the same time. It currently hosts 1884 groups with 66,589 members.

Creating together online

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

For both editing and reading the website there is the option of making the wiki public or available to a specific group of people.

An online database

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The next interview took place at July 17, 2006 with Jan de Vries and Dave Hardy from HOM. What is the HRIA Centre? This is pretty fast!

An online learning space

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The next interview took place at Juli 18, 2006 with Hanneke Spaans from MDF. What is Claroline? What are the features of Claroline?

Sharing knowledge with and between counterparts

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

moderator, who can give access to other people, will oversee the communities. There is a ‘practices’ menu where people can share experiences.

Online meetings

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

People need a microphone and speakers (preferably a headset) and Teamspeak is free of charge. Peru, China, Senegal. tried Teamspeak myself.

Collaboration Loop - Social Networks vs. Online Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

There are over 6 billion people on Earth that own mobile phones for both personal and professional use. Conference this June. Expo this year.

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog " Blog Archive " Communities of Practice and Their Business Value

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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Managing courses or projects

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The next interview took place at June 27, 2006 with Camillo Villa from HIVOS. At the moment people use e-mail to do that, but that means that documents are being sent, commented on and returned. The idea behind D-groups was to create a low-bandwidth working space, where people could share knowledge and work together. Absolutely.

Welcome

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

collaboration is then about working together, sharing knowledge, learning and communicating over the internet and providing or make use of facilitations to find information or people. In reality people encounter challenges. It opens possibilities for improved and closer working with people in the south. What is e-collaboration?

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FINDINGS

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Therefore it is not possible to collate them all together although we can use these stories to highlight the questions people encounter, and the stimulation and starting of the process. What will be made clear there are the problems people sought solutions for or what they wanted to achieve by using e-tools. Enthusiasm is the key.

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

Elsua

still use my main three public lists : Collaborators, Cooperators and People I Learn From. Let’s see it…. Nothing else. Just fire away! Hallo?

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OutStart’s Participate Enables the Social Side of Enterprise Work Processes

Portals and KM

    Participate was acquired in 2006 and they continue to extend its features.  Hee is a sample expertise exchange screen.

Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Enterprise 2.0”, is the term used to describe deployment of similar social tools for business purposes (McAfee, 2006). 2006). 2006).

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Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Many SNSs target people from specific geographical regions or linguistic groups, although this does not always determine the sites constituency.

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Communities and Collaboration » Maximising the power of collective knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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