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Collaborative Thinking: Meanwhile, Over At WebEx: A New Sheriff In Town

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Green Chameleon » Apocalyptic Edge

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plan to explore the serious topic of what happens when

Serious Creativity

Joitske Hulsebosch

I read Edward de Bono's Serious Creativity after someone was raving about it when we asked people to mention their favorite literature. Some time later, another person said she started reading it too and I became curious. Though I heard about his the six thinking hats before, it seemed a little simple to me. Some misperceptions tackled: 1.

Heisenberg and Social Networks

Portals and KM

Thanks to my friend Jessica's posting about Copenhagen , I was inspired to go see the play at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge last night. My cold was getting worse and I was overtired but nonetheless drawn into the complex, multi-level time- and perspective-changing experience.

Collaborative Thinking: Framing Contests: Putting Decisions In Context

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Green Chameleon » Supporting Communities on the Intranet

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At 5 minutes it's short but

Workshop Podcasting for development

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

podcast is an audio (or video), distributed over the internet with RSS feed. The use of RSS allows for easy subscription by readers (listeners).

return of son of age of conversation II

Engineers without Fears

If you liked the Age of Conversation then Drew & Gavin are planning a follow-up. Vote on their title suggestions here. age of conversation

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Unified Communications & Collaboration Keynote

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rough notes form the keynote session. review of history and progress to-date. 10 year anniversary for sametime. growing partner base.

Green Chameleon » I Too Have Been to the End of the Internet

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Last night, quite late, I reached this page. The advice it offered seemed quite wise, so I complied. Let me know if you want to know where it is

Taking lessons back to school…

Chris Collison

Not really. The Centre for Wildfire Lessons puts it nicely: . What I do see a lot of is something more like this. need to think more about that one. .

my own private archipelago

Engineers without Fears

I'm doing fair bit of ONA stuff at work at the moment - using Laurie & Cai's getting-there onasurveys and the wonderful NetDraw. ona sns sna

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Chess Match

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this represents the opening moves in a chess match between

Green Chameleon » Oh Paolina

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So last night I was sitting quietly in our meeting room laptopping away on the sofa when Paolina came in and said “I've been offered a job.”

Why Social Networking Can Mean Serious Business for Your Virtual Teams

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

That recent question from a client got me thinking. To a point. Use social networking sites for what they do best. More on that later.) Get started.

ignorance spirals

Engineers without Fears

Courtesy of Patrick , I see this spot on post from Chris Collinson on lessons learned. Chris is totally right. lessons learned

Collaborative Thinking: From Star Power To Network Power

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while we tend to pay attention to the large social network sites (eg, facebook), from a business perspective (eg, brand, community, customer relationship), the more focused social network sites that cater to a specific audience can

Green Chameleon » When Not To Share

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Another nail in the coffin of the indiscriminate exhortation to “share your knowledge”!

NetWiki : Home Page browse

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

While some NetWiki groups are completely public, others are maintained for our own private development of code , data , and collaborative discussions.

feel that sound

Engineers without Fears

A couple of years back I was watching Rage after a bleary night out and this video came on. guess this is what I am trying to do with The Offer.

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: IBM Research - Glimpsing The Future

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irene greif and joan dimicco. fascinating when you think of this in terms of organizational development, human capital management, social design: social network websites, keeping up with people you know, more you use sites like facebook

Green Chameleon » Watching Collaboration as it Happens

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Found via if:book (thanks Ben), this site is absolutely hypnotic. What would it be like to track edits and contributions to an

Communities, Professions and KM

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Both UX and KM/IM depend on a rich and varied clutchbag of diverse skill sets, technical knowledge domains, and professional approaches. RSS2.0

keep your mind on your driving and your eyes on the wheel

Engineers without Fears

So this is Tata's 1 lakh car. More specifically, the creative process as applied to poetry. Without this motor, the poem goes nowhere. emotion poetry

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Opening Session

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Rough notes from this morning's keynote: Mike Rhodin Theme around "emergence". Three styles of collaboration: document-centric, people-centric and community-centric Community-centric is what drives the next generation of workers Need to

Green Chameleon » Collison’s Ignorance Spiral

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Collison's Ignorance Spiral. From Chris Collison today, this very sharp adaptation of the Kolb Learning Cycle to explain how AARs are misused. image.

KM 0.0 - Simply Enabling Trusted Context-Rich Conversations Among Communities That Care

How to Save the World

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. research (what does it mean?), guidance (what should we do about it?) because its getting back tothe roots of why and how people share what they know.

the seven habits of highly effective blackmailers

Engineers without Fears

I like articles / posts that have "5 key things to remember when drafting emails" or "10 tips of improving meetings". They are often short, pithy and can impart useful knowledge. just find myself less and less able to write them. have a confession to make. don't really want to make your life easier. want you to think. Is that so unreasonable?

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Home For The Next 3 Days

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well, the conference reception is winding down (man, it's cold here - warmer than ct but not what i expected) and i've settled down to watch the packers and giants (hoping for a green bay victory but the game looks like a toss-up

Green Chameleon » We Are Moving!

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From 1st February we'll be at our new office, just a stone's throw away from our current one, at 19A Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089126. Come and visi

:: Interview: Hans Leijström on the power of communities :: from Lidne Inc. ::

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(haven't listened to the interview yet).

watching me watching you watching me

Engineers without Fears

Kim has something of an obsession with the uses & abuses of surveillance technology. Being watched by others is not really an issue for me as I am something of an exhibitionist (albeit a thoughtful one - I'm really not that pretty). Privacy & surveillance are important issues but here I'm more interested in the notion of self-surveillance.

Enterprise-enabling Facebook

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Book Roll Robert L. Cross: The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really Gets Done in Organizations David Knoke: Social Network Analysis (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences) John P Scott: Social Network Analysis: A Handbook Martin Kilduff: Social Networks and Organizations Linton C. Please try again.