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Collaborative Thinking: Timeout For Something Different

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So heres the information: the web store is Jill-able and a short YouTube video is embedded below. The same old, same old ideas over and over again.

Green Chameleon » Knoco on KM Metrics

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Knoco on KM Metrics The latest issue of Knoco’s newsletter has a very good, practical feature on the different kinds and purposes of KM Metrics. URLs are automatically converted into links. Thank you Edgar for your post! All rights reserved.

qualities of different social experience models

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Some arguments are on structure: Are blogs, delicious, wikis, yahoo/google answers, or discussion forums all communities even though they are structurally different? My previous post showing my list of different modesl for social experiences focuses just on the structural component. Qualities of different social ex.

Adventures in Knowledge: Social Networks - A People focus

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KM is no longer about the tools or different processes involved - it is about the people. Often vested interests in existing KM processes, portals, and tools can provide some nasty roadblocks to a focus on the people side of KM and embracing social networks within the business. couple of points really stood out for me: 1.

Green Chameleon » Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

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Posted on February 10, 2010 at 03:21 PM | Comment permalink Atul You have put it quite well. Posted on February 10, 2010 at 05:56 PM | Comment permalink nick milton what you have missed from this list is the topic of reoutine learning from experience. Posted on February 10, 2010 at 08:18 PM | Comment permalink Thank you Tim.

Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

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Using Complexity Concepts to Improve Collaboration In complex adaptive systems theory, the focus is on the concept of emergence.

Green Chameleon » Blogs and Email Again

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Posted by Patrick Lambe on 11/02/08 at 06: 13 PM | Categories: Information & Records Management , KM Applied , Knowledge Sharing | Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Wonderful stuff. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated. RSS2.0

Collaborative Thinking: Analytics: Key To Understanding Social Media

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Sentiment Analysis: A Focus on Applications Published: February 19, 2008 Text analytics can be applied to extract and analyze attitudinal information from sources as varied as articles, blog postings, e-mail, call-center notes and survey responses. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted. Please try again.

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Green Chameleon » Media Tag

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It always gets me that they have to make announcements (twice, in different languages) just at the plot denouement (the exciting bits). Posted on March 01, 2007 at 07:07 PM | Comment permalink Patrick Lambe On the nail as always, Matt Posted on March 01, 2007 at 08:47 PM | Comment permalink Nimmy I noticed! miss the fust!

Collaborative Thinking: Panning For Yahoo! Gold

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Given its focus on Microsofts offer - and survival in general - would the company welcome such deals? Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Innovation Has Its Own Personality | Main | Wikis, Sensemaking & Advocacy » February 14, 2008 Panning For Yahoo! Gold Would Yahoo! let it go?

Collaborative Thinking: From Star Power To Network Power

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brand, community, customer relationship), the more focused social network sites that cater to a specific audience can deliver qualitative value to a social media strategy. You are then a member of a more global community with the added luxury of having focused areas of participation. Facebook), from a business perspective (e.g.,

Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"

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By definition, generalists tend not to focus (actually, they do focus but just not to the extent that specialists do), they don’t often travel in groups (lacking common associations, designations, and unions), and their shape-shifting versatility changes them frequently. But what exactly do generalists do? Please try again. Trust Us.

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Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For

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Main | Modern managers are all the same - Telegraph » January 17, 2008 Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For My focus next week at IBMs Lotusphere event will concentrate on two areas: social computing and unified communications. The community feature is also not strong. Im hoping to hear how this story is changing. mobile) examples.

The Primal Forces that Drive Social Networks | Digital Tonto

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Armed with mathematical representations for both his “spacemen and his “cavemen” he could experiment with different types of networks. Reply ] Helena permalink September 8, 2009 Very interesting article, Greg. Greg [ Reply ] Jebediah permalink September 8, 2009 Greg, Incredible post. good analogy is a school lunchroom.  Thanks!

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F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « emergent by design

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In employing this tool, companies can understand how the future will “play out” under different emerging trends and alternative outcomes. Reply.

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Breaking down silos, what does that mean? | @Greg2dot0's Blog

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The bottom line is that silos are a method for ensuring focus around specific business deliverables. Interest focused  . Project focused.

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Social Networking More Popular Than Email

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Permalink Admin Remove Post Block email Block IP address Mike Yesterday 12:09 PM 1 point Please login to rate. reply edit reblog flag record video comment /people/01e3d10fdc9881aaa18f36db784c921b/ Parent Permalink Admin Remove Post Block username Block email Block IP address Adam Ostrow Yesterday 12:15 PM 1 point Please login to rate.

Community Managers: What They Do, Why You Need Them -- InformationWeek

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While I had extensive experience with communities of practice within my organization, I knew this space would challenge what I knew. The 2.0

What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

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Reply Jay Deragon permalink March 9, 2010 12:27 pm What is the knowledge in between our ears could be indexed, vetted, valued and traded.

Essential Skills for 21st Century Survival: Part 3: Network Weaving « emergent by design

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noticed that different disciplines are having the same conversation, just packaged in the jargon of their field. Conference. Thank you. Thanks!

Communities, Categories,and Neighborhoods: Key organizational concepts in Awareness Communities

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The main organizing concepts are Communities (the main construct), Neighborhoods (focus areas within a community) and Categories (content organization). BY: Eric Schurr (01/02/2008 2:55:09 PM) COMMENT: They really are very different. Home Login Register Contact Advanced Search. The whitepaper goes into a lot more depth.

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

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quickening] They got more complex and different people started doing different things, making stuff, and wanted to trade their stuff for other people’s stuff. Different versions emerged all over the world, but they all had something in common: There was a scarcity of resources, and so the systems were competition-based.

Blog Cases from 2005: Gautam Ghosh on Management

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Initially, Blogger (which is the service he uses) did not have either a commenting facility or permalinks. His blog offers a different perspective from the economics/marketing focused blogs. This begins a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. He has many favorite blogs.  

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

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Are they too narrowly focused in terms of interests (e.g., Dont Count On It. conference held in Las Vegas. Then something interesting happened.

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Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"? (Collaborative Thinking)

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We do need to think in more purposeful ways, adopt a renewed focus on worker experiences – however we need to avoid losing some of the softer goals (e.g., KM-related) of E2.0. For me, the issue is not “do we focus on the community and social networking aspects of E2.0 … OR … do we focus on integrating E2.0 January 02, 2012.

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Green Chameleon » Accountability

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To be effective, I have to do them all at the same time… Though our discourse often focuses on distinction, we need to be able to move with some agility across the complex landscape that lies between the two.&# Are individuals and groups learning new things? Is shared meaning being constructed and/or maintained? All rights reserved.

Green Chameleon » Two Pillars of Implementing KM Initiatives

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Anyhow, the two key drivers were identified as: perceived usefulness perceived management support During our global roll-out of a document and discussion platform we focused on these two factor; and I would like to elaborate my view on those. How to bring your colleagues to use it? Please share your experience in promoting KM solutions!

21st Century Learning: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

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Hierarchy principles and leadership are different. August 05, 2007 in Community of Practice | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Art of Building Virtual Communities : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Green Chameleon » Electronic Records Management Lags Everywhere

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Posted by Patrick Lambe on 26/10/09 at 01: 32 PM | Categories: Ignorance Management , Information & Records Management , KM Critiqued | Permalink 5 Comments so far Bill Proudfit The division between Content Management, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Library Science and Records Management is more imaginary than real. Try it.

Green Chameleon » Getting Started on Your Intranet

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They know more about their own jobs and the way they use information in that job, and this is what the focus of enquiry should be. RSS2.0

Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Belong Together?

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But we also try pretty hard to work together and understand and integrate our different perspectives. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 10/12/06 at 06: 41 PM | Categories: KM Competencies | Permalink 3 Comments so far and who areyou to say that babble is negative? Thanks Andrew! Either way we can talk over dinner tonight in Hong Kong! RSS2.

Green Chameleon » On Staying Grounded

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The most successful improvements ultimately are those that focus on the limitations – on the failures.&# (p.3) Only for a moment. RSS2.0

Green Chameleon » A Word from the Wise

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Posted on November 02, 2008 at 06:00 PM | Comment permalink Graham Durant-Law Hi Patrick and Naguib. Matt asked Mark, David, Arthur, Graham, Keith and Cory for their words of advice to new knowledge managers and kindly created a podcast. functionalities. But portal is a big thing and requires vast amount of time and resources. RSS2.0

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Green Chameleon » Of Divas and Unconferences

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If I say that some people attack conferences because they cannot “make it&# that is different from applying a seriotypical label to all speakers.

Green Chameleon » Consciousness

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Posted on April 16, 2009 at 07:59 PM | Comment permalink Excellent blog. The Mac just does what you want it to do. Consciousness counts. RSS2.

Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Really Want to Share Knowledge?—Sharing as a Mating Game

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Posted on October 19, 2007 at 11:52 AM | Comment permalink Edgar. Now why the difference? Anecdotal evidence, you might say. Hey guys!

Life With Alacrity: The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes

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We would work with each of these groups differently and communicate in different ways. Life With Alacrity Alacrity, noun. Link via waxy.

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Green Chameleon » From Data, with Love

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Posted on February 09, 2010 at 05:24 PM | Comment permalink John Tropea Great comprehensive review and insight thx Patrick. They are precious.

Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

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Our current breed of social networking services have focused on amplifying our contacts not only because it serves us, but because it serves them.

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Life With Alacrity: Community by the Numbers, Part One: Group Thresholds

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Though this could occur naturally — for example if the group focuses on a topic of particular interest that causes new people to continually be added.