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Let’s Have Another SharePoint Failure! #sharepoint #office365 #culture #failure

Michael Sampson - Currents

– the use of SharePoint takes place within a group of people working at an organisation that has a particular culture. have explored quite a bit of this in my book Collaboration Roadmap , although by design that book doesn’t have a specific Office 365 focus. – the fish swims in water.

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Rhizomatic learning, knowledge and books

Jenny Connected

Books, including Etienne’s, are part of our history. Are we going to ignore or throw away our books and so throw away our history?

2014 38

Assumptions and revelations – a book review of Letters Left Unsent

Viv Mcwaters

The Dutch amongst the group sat out and watched as the rest of us mimed and charaded our interpretations of Dutch culture. No related posts.

2016 13

Think Culture, Not Technology

Michael Sampson - Currents

Within a collaboration world, the book lays out a roadmap for dealing with the business and human factors. 2. While the quantification of culture versus technology is interesting, surely it was never expected that technology was the leading factor? Collaboration CultureIn contrast, only 24 percent point to technology concerns.

Knowledge Management in 2011: New APQC Book

Portals and KM

The book begins with a foreword by another of the KM All-stars, Larry Prusak.  The book provides a comprehensive version of how best to implement knowledge management in 2011. Following chapters cover governance, culture, and metrics. Four in-depth case studies conclude the book. would agree on both counts.

2011 17

Business Reimagined by Dave Coplin, Microsoft

Michael Sampson - Currents

The animation above presents a pretty decent summary of Dave’s book, but if you want a deeper look at his ideas, the book is still worth a read.

2014 70

Efficiency and the commons

Chris Corrigan

Other intangible commons include human knowledge, culture and community. Bowen Collaboration Community Culture Organization

2016 26

To Develop a Community, Think Network First

Online Community Strategy

One of the best books I’ve read recently is The Seventh Sense” by Joshua Cooper Ramos. Allan Savory, from “Holistic Management”.

2016 29

The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

David Sloan Wilson Cooperation in his book Darwin’s Cathedral discussed religious groups as mechanisms for group selection. Cultural Evolution. Cultural evolution is based on biologically evolved attentional and social capacities. Cultural changes spread faster than biological changes so increasing the propensity to cooperate.

2013 62

How to do more of what works

Viv Mcwaters

Funny how things come together sometimes – an online course about decision-making in complexity and uncertainty, a book about being an astronaut, a workshop on social labs, and an exhibition on making animated movies. We might want to take a leaf out of the animator’s book instead. Culture General Probably not.

2014 41

Culture: Hofstede

Joitske Hulsebosch

I had never read a book by Geert Hofstede , but had come across his 'onion' on layers of culture a lot of times.

Several Short Sentences About Learning

How to Save the World

We get too much of our life experience second-hand (from books & movies, and online). We forget as quickly as we learn. ”).

2015 35

The Book of Love

Nancy White

Keith Olbermann gives a tour de force editorial on why this culture is needed in the world as a response to the passage of California’s Proposition 8 banning gay marriage. wish it was in my heart, and I wish it was in the hearts of all: So I be written in the Book of Love; I do not care about that Book above. link].

Fully Distributed Team + Face-to-Face Communication

Michael Sampson - Currents

For example, they learn each other’s favorite sports teams, discuss books they’ve read recently, or share favorite productivity tips. Culture & CompetencyIt’s a good case study, conveying some great ideas. Having a face-to-face “kick-off” meeting among team members is critical to make the distributed team work smoothly.

2016 24

Liberating Voices book published

Making CommunitySense

selection of patterns , including the Thinking Communities Pattern , has now been edited and published as a book by The MIT Press (ISBN 0-262-69366-6).

On homeschooling, integration and Dutch

Mathemagenic

Me Unschooling boundaries communities cross-cultural NL unschoolingTags: boundaries , communities , cross-cultural , NL , unschooling.

2015 24

A Theory of No-Mind

How to Save the World

our ‘culture’). How the World Really Works Our Culture / OurselvesWhat might a Theory of No-Mind look like? It suffers.

2016 23

What It Means to Let Go

How to Save the World

Our Culture / OurselvesIt is an ideal. This feeling path has a job to do. Let yourself notice the positive intention it always had for you.

2015 32

Sorting Ourselves Out

How to Save the World

Our Culture / Ourselvesgated community in Liverpool England; photo by Ronnie Hughes. W e humans are pretty good at self-organizing.

2015 22

A Culture Of Ownership

Collaborative Thinking

point to ponder: "We have learned repeatedly that there is a pattern in the actions and activities involved in developing strong and adaptive ownership cultures. When an organization consistently builds and reinforces such a culture, it creates a competitive edge that is hard to replicate.". Interesting read. Innovation

Culture: Dealing with differences

Joitske Hulsebosch

One of the questions of the book is: Does globalization lead to homogenisation of cultures? Yet there is a difference.

Our book "en nu online" is born

Joitske Hulsebosch

My first book ever is out, written with Sibrenne Wagenaar (see picture). even had a dream last night of a smooth delivery (of a baby).

Technology’s False Hope (and the Wisdom of Crows) (repost)

How to Save the World

And both books describe how people finally let go of these technologies, and free themselves from dependence on them.

2016 14

Who ‘We’ Are, Part Three: Our Behaviours Drive Our Beliefs

How to Save the World

These codes of behaviour are called cultures. Our culture is, of course, delighted with this reinforcement of its message.

2011 32

Culture: diversity and inclusion

Joitske Hulsebosch

Via Gurteen I found 3 conversations about diversity and inclusion talking about the UK and France. On top of that, there is the legislation in Europe.

In Praise of the Unexamined Life

How to Save the World

Our Culture / OurselvesWe are, I have come to believe, a fatally flawed species, not an evil one. And there is great joy and solace in learning.

2013 27

Culture: Hirsi Ali/Magan

Joitske Hulsebosch

There has been a lot of commotion in the Netherlands around Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Naming conventions differ alot.

Self-less

How to Save the World

Gary Weber’s free-online book Happiness Beyond Thought. Thomas Metzinger’s book The Ego Tunnel. Our Culture / Ourselves

2015 25

The Dangers of Scientism and the Fear of the Unknowable

How to Save the World

And another new book, Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience” by Sally Satel and Scott O. Our Culture / Ourselves

2013 28

The Genius of Randomness

How to Save the World

Our Culture / Ourselves” Hmmm. ”, the card shown at left. Very wise, and completely random. Playing with randomness. Genius. ~~~~~.

2015 20

The Book of Love | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Nov 17 2008 The Book of Love Published by Nancy White at 5:49 am under Monday videos , culture of love I have written in the past about the power of love. Again, the theme is Love. Again.

Claus on culture

Joitske Hulsebosch

Jan Pronk in his book Willens en wetens bring this again to our attention. He also felt that there needs to be more attention for the cultural side of the development cooperation (or international cooperation). Such a conception is rooted in the economically minded cultures.

The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

David Sloan Wilson Cooperation in his book Darwin’s Cathedral discussed religious groups as mechanisms for group selection. Cultural Evolution. Cultural evolution is based on biologically evolved attentional and social capacities. Cultural changes spread faster than biological changes so increasing the propensity to cooperate.

2013 28

Monkey See – Great Culture Blog from NPR

Portals and KM

It covers “popular culture — the good and the bad; the high and the low. There is a lot on television. There is also stuff on the web.

Any tool can do, culture matters

Joitske Hulsebosch

What's really important is creating a culture of exchange. So I need tips how to keep your rhythm. What was the example?

What the 1960s Were Really About

How to Save the World

Our Culture / Ourselves Wild and free. In my more hopeful moments I still sign my messages with those three wishes. Like us, they wanted escape.

2014 22

Green Chameleon » My Taxonomy Book Finally Published

Green Chameleon

Ok, it’s a little self-indulgent to read your own book, but if you’ve gone through so much labour, it’s hard to resist!

Culture: Hofstede and intercultural sensitivity

Joitske Hulsebosch

This time I read Culture and organisations, software of the mind by Geert Hofstede (I read the Dutch version: A llemaal andersdenkenden ).

Collective Mindfulness Practices

How to Save the World

Michael has written a lot about the malaise of our modern culture and the damage it has done to us individually and collectively. Work is doing.

2012 32

Culture: Hofstede on culture embedded in management theories

Joitske Hulsebosch

So in how far is does the theory reflect the cultural dimensions of Switzerland and/or the US? He is Swiss, but lives in the US.