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The Credit Crisis and Social Software - Part 1 - Why we need a return to credit based on social relationships

Green Chameleon

I have been quiet recently because events are so terrible that I wanted to be ready to offer some thoughts that might really help. You are a serf.

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The Tilburg University student portal at a glance

Making CommunitySense

Some information on the Tilburg University student portal, which was launched on September 30, 2008 : Students target group page. My Stuff tab.

Waking up to the economics of networked learning

Ken Carroll

 . Via Stephen Downe s, Judy Breck believes, and I agree, that the economic crunch will speed the advent of network learnin g. Change is on the way.

WOMMA Publishes Influencer Handbook…

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Influencers are more than a passing interest to me…generally speaking I don’t take projects that aren’t about reaching out and connecting with influencers as part of a community strategy. While we didn’t agree on everything (what fun would that be), I’m pleased with the outcome of the work, the Influencer Handbook.

The Family our most reliable employment agency, banker, insurance company and pension fund

Green Chameleon

This is the second of 5 posts on how relationships will have to trump transactions if we are to make it through the next decade. have several. Skilled.

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Awareness Report Shows Significant Rise in Enterprise Social Media - Will It Continue?

Green Chameleon

Here is another of the growing reports on research that indicates enterprise 2.0 is on the rise. Recently Awareness released a report on “ Trends and Best Practices in Adopting Web 2.0 in 2008.&# It shows that social media initiatives are on are increasing and continue to evolve. There is a focus on the deeper and broader integration of Web 2.0

Online Community Summit, flocking to Sonoma

Connectable Dots

a sonoma evening photo from another year , originally uploaded by fotogail. In 2004 we had a powerful IRC backchannel discussion. So this will be odd.

Birth of a portal

GrowingPains

On September 30, the Tilburg University student portal was launched. The portal seems to have been enthusiastically received by both the students (the end users) and the information suppliers (such as faculties, service departments, and student associations) who own the portlets that make up the portal. The portal is of, for, and by the students.

Sam Abell Talks about Photography and Life

Portals and KM

Last week I had the great pleasure of speaking with the photographer Sam Abell. A few weeks prior, I did a brief review of Sam Abell’s new book , The Life of a Photographer – Sam Abell , published by National Geographic. My appreciation for the book and for his work is greatly enhanced by having the opportunity to speak directly with Sam.

In uncertain times, Enterprise 2.0 takes the stage

Green Chameleon

For many people the positioning of Enterprise 2.0 as a cost reduction engine is not new. Complexity reduction, efficiency increases and fast response times have been the cornerstone of many Enterprise Social Software pitches in the last 5 years. Enterprise software spending has recently crashed. Until now, Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0

Lean manufacturing and services - My Wikipedia edit

Governance in a Networked World

I couldn't resist it. I was having a quick scan of the wikipedia entry on Lean Manufacturing and came across a paragraph on how Lean Manufacturing was now being used for service management. haven't been a big fan of taking manufacturing business models into the people centric services industry. Looked ugly! link] (look under the section on 'origin

List of 50 Knowledge Management Blogs

Joitske Hulsebosch

Following the referrals to my blog I found this list of 50 KM blogs. Hard for me, as I'm trying to keep my bloglist under 50, but I'm already at 90. If it is more than 50, I get discouraged to read them, and it starts to feel like an additional duty. And that's not what I want. So maybe I should change my bloglist to this 50?

Online Customer Experience – What is Going On?

Portals and KM

What are consumers saying about the web? recent Harris Interactive survey highlights trends in online transactions and the opportunities for companies that focus on improving these online customer experiences. It was sponsored by Tealeaf. The survey focused on consumer transactions on shopping, banking, travel and insurance websites.

Green Chameleon » The Book of the Cards

Green Chameleon

We got it from the printer on Wednesday and launched it at the KM Singapore

The Secrets of CEOs

Collaborative Thinking

I just finished reading an advance US manuscript of ‘The Secrets of CEOs - 150 Global Chief Executives lift the lid on business, life and leadership’ by Steve Tappin, who is a managing partner in the global CEO & board practice of Heidrick & Struggles, and Andrew Cave, a leading English financial journalist. The book

Data Mining for Networks of Terrorists

TNT - The Network Thinker

This week the Department of Homeland Security received the results from a study by the National Research Council [ full report ] that the DHS funded.

Another Knowledge Management Blogs List

Portals and KM

In an explorative study about Knowledge Management weblogs Pumacy Technologies AG has been analyzing active knowledge management blogs by comparing figures from August 2008. Pumacy Technologies AG is solution provider for knowledge, process and innovation management. technologies for knowledge management. Web 2.0

Blog>> The Book of the Cards

Green Chameleon

We got it from the printer on Wednesday and launched it at the KM Singapore conference yesterday. It looks very nice (though we say so ourselves)!

Incredibly Dull: Three Types of Knowledge Workers

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The Downside of Twitter Is SharePoint the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century? Inside the Castle Walls Understanding Technology Adoption From the Custome.

Incredibly Dull: The Alternatives to Collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The Downside of Twitter Is SharePoint the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century? Inside the Castle Walls Understanding Technology Adoption From the Custome.

My App Gap Posts for September 2008

Portals and KM

Here are my App Gap posts for September. In addition to the Fast Forward blog (see side bar for links), I am writing in another Corante blog, the App Gap, sponsored by QuickBase, The posts began toward the end of January 2008. In this case, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for September.

Mapping out your access to the real credit system

Green Chameleon

Thanks to Ross Mayfield for this model that looks like the work also of Valdis Krebs. In the ancient system, the exchange is indirect. More later.

paying attention

Social Abacus

Max made an interesting comment today, citing HP's Social Computing Lab's study , reinforcing his longstanding belief that attention is the currency of user contribution. It made me think about all the ways we pay-- and can be paid attention, and how we can convey it with varying degrees of depth. visits and views).  Does it matter?

Political Patterns on Amazon

TNT - The Network Thinker

This week, I am blogging on one of the Amazon blogs -- Omnivoracious. Multiple people are posting about various approaches on how book purchases relate to the upcoming 2008 US presidential election. I am grateful to be included with such experts as John Zogby, Bill Bishop, and Andrew Gelman. Here are my two current posts. intro & book maps. Enjoy

Wikis in Knowledge Management at Law Firms – Part Two: Sharepoint Example

Portals and KM

As mentioned in my last post, I recently attended an event on knowledge management and web 2.0 held at a major Boston law firm for people who work in knowledge management at legal firms. served on a panel, Blogging as Knowledge Management. Here are my notes on the second part of the following session on wikis in knowledge management. Enterprise 2.0

Organising Knowledge » New Taxonomy Websites

Green Chameleon

Two recently established taxonomy websites worth tracking and adding to your blog feeds: Dow Jones Synaptica has been running a team blog called Synaptica Central since August and is building up a nice regular pattern of posts with some

sins of listening

Social Abacus

I've always thought I had good hearing, but lately I've noticed (or have been told), my hearing is dwindling. FYI - my theory is I'm highly sensitive to noise (aka a superhearer) and thus have a lot of interference when it comes to discerning the signal. I'm usually pretty off-the-mark. Point being: ineffective listening is a sin.

Current Research: Online Community Culture

Online Community Report

The Online Community Research Network is kicking off our next research project to study how online community cultures form, what factors effect change, and how hosts maintain a desired culture. If you would like to participate in the study, you can find the research survey here: [link].

Wikis in Knowledge Management at Law Firms – Part One: ThoughtFarmer Example

Portals and KM

I recently attended an event on knowledge management and web 2.0 held at a major Boston law firm for people who work in knowledge management at legal firms. served on a panel, Blogging as Knowledge Management. Jack Vinson, who also served on the panel covered our session in his post, NY-Toronto Law Firm KM Summit 2008 in Boston , so I defer to him.

Organising Knowledge>> New Taxonomy Websites

Green Chameleon

Two recently established taxonomy websites worth tracking and adding to your blog feeds: Dow Jones Synaptica has been running a team blog called Synaptica Central since August and is building up a nice regular pattern of posts with some good material and resource links – including some very nice posts from Taxonomy Bootcamp.

the new beast of editing

Social Abacus

Yesterday I was obsessed with the idea of editing. Who are the new editors with democratized publication? What is their role? What are the varied ways editing manifests online, beyond the literal editing of a Wikipedia entry? Is this how we achieve quality outcomes from crowdsourcing ? If so, is the editor's need to 'get things right' self-serving?

WOMMA Publishes Influencer Handbook…

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Influencers are more than a passing interest to me…generally speaking I don’t take projects that aren’t about reaching out and connecting with influencers as part of a community strategy. While we didn’t agree on everything (what fun would that be), I’m pleased with the outcome of the work, the Influencer Handbook.

Update on St. Louis Restaurants.

Portals and KM

I did a post, St. Louis Restaurants: A Local’s Favorites thanks to input form Stan Garfield. He sent me an update recently. Chili: OT Hodge Chili Parlor (chain) is no longer open. However. He replaced it with two new ones from Triple D on the Food Network. Photos of Robin as an ''Ikette'' and performer adorn the walls. Louis.

Organising Knowledge » Taxonomies for Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon

Back in February I posted on a very nice, clear handout for the stages in the taxonomy development process from Boeing Company librarians Kathryn Breininger and Mary Whittaker. Here's a fuller write-up from the same authors with some