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Why Do I Share My Knowledge?

Elsua

Indeed, in “ Why do people share? To name: Knowledge Sharing is the Learning, Learning is the Knowledge Sharing. You see?

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Addressing Social Networking Gripes with Shared Value

Elsua

Just think of it, what’s your social media pet peeve? No doubt! Ready? Hang on for a minute though. Oh, and don’t cheat!! Spot on!

Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software

Collaborative Thinking

Enterprise 2.0 is more about how social software is used by people vs. what the social tool actually is. does not address all patterns of communication, information sharing, cooperation, collaboration, community-building, and social networking. what about video solutions like Cisco's Show-And-Share? Many E2.0

Collaborative Thinking: Why Is Social Software So Important?

Collaborative Thinking

Two assertions form the baseline for why social software is important to the enterprise. It seems contradictory on many levels. Trust Us.

Why Is Knowledge Sharing Important? A Matter of Survival

Elsua

Have you checked out one of his most recent blog posts on Why is Knowledge Sharing Important? surely do! Here and there. Still.

Organizational Entropy and Information Abuse

Evolving Web

Cuts Like a Knife I would argue that information in this context is an object.  A social object. It’s an awesome observation. Quality is job 1. 

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Green Chameleon » Social Software Guides

Green Chameleon

Thanks to Cory Banks and Steven Kaye for this lead (via actKM ). URLs are automatically converted into links. Thank you Edgar for your post! RSS2.0

Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software (Part 2)

Collaborative Thinking

does not address all patterns of communication, information sharing, and collaboration. Social Software lacks definition.

2010 Update on IBM Social Software Efforts: Part One

Portals and KM

think they are innovators in the social software space, both for enterprise and Web use.  Teach for America uses social media.

2010 Update on IBM Social Software Efforts: Part Two

Portals and KM

This is the second in a series on an IBM social media press event I attended last week following part one posted yesterday. Into help desks?

In The Next Version - The Rise of Purposeful Collaboration: From Simply Sharing to Getting Work Done

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The Rise of Purposeful Collaboration: From Simply Sharing to Getting Work Done. The Rise of Purposeful Collaboration From Simply Sharing to Getting Work Done Collaboration tools enable people to discover and interact with, the content, colleagues and communities, that can help them get their jobs done. Social Software Vendors.

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Will Social Software Replace Email in an Enterprise 2.0 World?

Elsua

The main issue I am seeing when interacting with social software tools is actually not the social tools themselves, but how I access them.

Impact of Social Software Within the Enterprise by Jon Iwata

Elsua

Many folks have been questioning the relevance and importance of social computing within the enterprise. Eventually. Yes, eight years ago!

The Business Value of Social Software by Luis Suarez

Elsua

ROI) conversations for Social Software that I like to talk about so much lately. Yes, the good old Return On Investment (a.k.a.

Collaborative Thinking: Social Software`s Culture Clash

Collaborative Thinking

The portal might one day lead to the nascent internal social networking platform Schueller demoed, he says. P&G is also building a company “yellow pages” so workers can find one another by topic area. You cant deny it.” Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Three Big Benefits of Social Software | Blogs | ITBusinessEdge.com

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He wrote: In the process of moving from vertical to horizontal information sharing and collaboration, we are flattening our organizations. The hierarchies are less important and are shrinking, and the intra- and inter-agency sharing and collaboration are being elevated and growing. silos). It makes me wonder what we did without it.

Green Chameleon » Information Neighbourhood as a Social Software Ecosystem

Green Chameleon

Up till now I have been seeing the idea of the information neighbourhood as a shared information space, with a few links to actions tossed on the side.

McAfee’s Hypothesis and The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software

Elsua

However, I thought I would venture into sharing an initial response to the latest blog post from Andy in this series. At IBM. Like you. Like me.

Barriers of Social Software Adoption within the Enterprise: It Will Cost You More than You Think!

Elsua

Right at the root of the cause as to why perhaps we may not have adopted social software as much as we probably should have in the first place.

The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software – On the Importance of Status Updates

Elsua

IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Learning Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing Go figure! And I was hopeful.

stacked! the social software experience

Engineers without Fears

Many people have pointed towards Thomas Vander Wal's social software stack. like it and I think it can be interpreted in a couple of ways: As a set of functions that a social software offering must provide to be of use and succeed. As a description of the social software user experience. social software

Using social software to reinvent the customer relationship | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Many organizations I talk to these days are now evaluating the way social software seems to be altering the CRM landscape. As Web 2.0

Economist Finds Strong Belief in Business Value of Social Software

Portals and KM

They said that, "perhaps the most interesting finding is that a full 85% of C-suite executives see the sharing and collaboration aspects of Web 2.0 as an opportunity to increase revenue and/or margins, versus 75% of middle management." It was one of the three most popular for the week on Social Media Today They asked good questions.

Participatory Surveillance with Social Software in Creative Projects – Olga’s thesis

Taming the spaces

Participatory Surveillance with Social Software in Creative Projects. In this master thesis where the activities in web-based social software environments that support social creative projects are studied. Olga Ivanova , one of my students has finished her master thesis text. I am quite happy how it came out.

Defining Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 – Sharing Your Story

Elsua

KM depends on both cultural and technological processes of creation, collection, sharing, recombination and reuse. Indeed, not bad at all!

Cisco Community Central: Enterprise Social Software : Pushing The Reset Button On How We Look At “Collaboration”

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

To collaborate, the “right tools&# have been workspaces, discussion forums, shared document libraries, wikis, and even web conferencing. sense of place of important because it creaed a shared commons, a central place for everyone to interact around and a single place to go for information. Social tools (Enterprise 2.0)

Social Software Gaining Greater Traction with the Enterprise and Vendors Respond

Portals and KM

Forrester’s Rob Koplowitz writes that 2010 will be a defining year for enterprise 2.0 in his report, Enterprise Social Networking 2010 Market Overview. Rob found that in 2010 nearly one-third of enterprises will officially support internal and or external social networking. The use cases for collaborative platforms were interesting.

Even More Research on the Use of Social Software in the Workplace from IBM

Portals and KM

Millen, Werner Geyer, Casey Dugan recently published, Research on the Use of Social Software in the Workplace. It focused on their Beehive social networking website behind IBM’s firewall. I recently wrote about More IBM Research on Enterprise 2.0 – Activities and Other Tools. Here is even more. Four IBMers, Joan M.

social software & worldvision - interview with keith don

Engineers without Fears

A few weeks ago, I had a great conversation with Keith Don from WorldVision about using social software in not-for-profits. So here goes.

More on Potential Social Software Winners in our New Economic World

Portals and KM

In a recent blog post, Innovation Loves a Crisi s, Jonathan shared a memo he sent to Sun’s leader about the role of technology in helping with the current economic crisis. This a follow up to my post yesterday, Will We See Major Price Reductions for Enterprise 2.0 Applications? A few months ago, I wrote about Attivio on the AppGap. accoun

Giving up on Work e-mail - Status Report on Week 50 (Impact of Social Software in HR)

Elsua

hope later on this week to be able to share with you some further insights on Lotusphere, as I am sure plenty of you would be interested in that very same topic. Thus without much further ado, here is the weekly report from last week: Right on target, indeed! But yet, there it is, 16 e-mails!! Nice one!

My Enterprise 2.0 Toolkit Q1 2010

Evolving Web

Does it care if people are in Kenya on a netbook or that they don't have the most recent version of the latest software installed? toolkit. 

Green Chameleon " Priming Social Software Adoption

John Tropea - Delicious Community

That makes SPRIG! Fortunately the latter half won, and a barn raising was duly held. Sometimes we need to stop talking and just do something. RSS2.0

An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

He uses blogs, social networks, Web 2.0 What needs do these people share? What specific problems does social software solve?

Social Software Is Not Enough - The BrainYard - InformationWeek

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Rachel Happe ( @rhappe ) is a co-founder and principal at the Community Roundtable , a peer network for social media, Read Full Bio >> See More From This Columnist >> SHARE. Social Software Is Not Enough. share. Social software is a bit of a Trojan horse. Others impulsively over-share.

socialwrite.com " Blog Archive " Wikis are not Social Software

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Home Work Contact RSS Apr 3 Wikis are not Social Software Just a quickie while this blog lives in the templateless limbo that it is now in.

10 Recommendations for a Better Restaurant Web Site

Evolving Web

Tags: Business Cooperation Food and Drink Management social software Web/Tech Weblogs

Doing What You're Passionate About

Collaborative Thinking

with the ability to objectively apply that insight to help customers reach their goals, and share those learnings with the broader community at-large interested in those issues. The journey continues…. In The News

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Social Software, Community, and Organization: Where Practice Meets Process « Skilful Minds

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The distinctions involved are as old as the study of social interaction in organizations, especially the characteristics of routine work. We do!

Enterprise 2.0 Summit Highlights – “Knowledge Shared Is Power”

Elsua

At IBM, you call yourself a “knowledge worker”, helping to push and accelerate the adoption of social software within the enterprise.