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“Since the 2001 anthrax scare in the US, the government here has maintained a list of 80 microbes and toxins that are essentially forbidden to researchers. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Taxonomies Without Commensurate Knowledge = Mistakes Here’s a story from Annalee Newitz of the problems that can arise when a taxonomy created for one purpose and one knowledge community, is used by others for new purposes.

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about KM is Like Herding Cats This is a cult commercial made by EDS back in 2001 about “herding cats&#.

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Organising Knowledge » Taxonomists an Endangered Species

Green Chameleon

The State of Environment 2001 and 2006 have both pointed this out. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Taxonomists an Endangered Species Taxonomists in Australia are rapidly becoming extinct, reports Bob Beeton : “Today Australia’s taxonomic capacity is in peril.

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Green Chameleon » Information Audit Guide

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Information Audit Guide Free Pint has published an Information Auditing Report and Tool Kit written by expert in the field Sue Henczel, author of The Information Audit: A Practical Guide (KG Saur 2001) which as far as I can tell is now out of print.

2007 100

How to Save the World

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.

2008 35

An Award Winning Community Strategy… 30 Years in the Making

Online Community Strategy

I came on at the beginning of 2001 to help with a new online community initiative called Point A,one of the first online communities that was also contextually embedded in the product.

2015 78

Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 2

Nancy White

2008 133

Attributes of Thriving Online Communities

Online Community Strategy

What worked at TechRepublic in ’99 and Autodesk in 2001 wasn’t necessarily the same criteria for the large NPO communities and collaboration spaces we did at Forum One, or even the range of communities we built and nurtured at Dell.

2013 93

#OCTRibe Topic: Valuing Participation in Online Communities

Online Community Strategy

Reading the following article from forbes (2001) spawned the “participation value&# question for me. Note: This is cross-posted from the Online Community Report. I’m pleased to be kicking off the 2nd topic in the #octribe discussion, following the kickoff topic of “ Influencers &# by Gail Williams two weeks ago. How OCTribe works. Write something tomorrow (Tuesday, July 28), tag it #octribe or tweet it as #octribe, and your post will be linked from the recap page.

An Award Winning Community Strategy… 30 Years in the Making

Online Community Strategy

I came on at the beginning of 2001 to help with a new online community initiative called Point A,one of the first online communities that was also contextually embedded in the product.

2015 46

SIKM community presentation

Digital Habitats

The 2001 “Tech Report” for the Federal Council of CIOs was getting out of date. February 16, 2010. Theme: Rethinking Ourselves (KM People) as Technology Stewards. The agenda: What brought Etienne, John and Nancy to the conversation about technology stewardship.

2010 159

Do You Love Your Community Enough to Let it Go? Why I Gave My Most Successful Community Away

Managing Communities

phpBBHacks.com was launched on April 6, 2001. photo credit: Jetske19 I love phpBBHacks.com. I spent 11 years managing it. It was my biggest, most successful community. And that is why it was so hard for me to give it away. I created it because I needed it. As someone who used the phpBB forum software, [.]. Managing the Community

2012 61

Creative Facilitation Workshop February 27 – Bringing meetings to life

Viv Mcwaters

After September 11 in 2001 in New York strangers started. Enough people have asked, so here it is – a one day intensive Creative Facilitation Workshop.

2013 194

10 options for implementing a KM strategy

Chris Collison

Geoff Parcell and I found that when we published the first edition of Learning to Fly in 2001, it gave reach, awareness and credibility to the KM programme way beyond anything we could have achieved ourselves.

I’ve Run KarateForums.com for 10+ Years and I’m Not a Martial Artist

Managing Communities

I launched the forums on May 21, 2001 and have managed them ever since. In May, KarateForums.com celebrated 10 years online. 10 years, 4 months, 3 weeks and 1 day. It may surprise you to learn that I am not a martial artist. As you might expect, this question comes up once in a while. [.]. Managing the Community Thinking

2011 66

Sharing the love

Viv Mcwaters

After September 11 in 2001 in New York strangers started. Looking forward to this Creative Performance Exchange Meetup: reflections of a roving facilitator , on May 3. And this, In the Minds of Entrepeneurs; The Playful Entrepeneurs on May 10. Would love to see you there. Sharing the love is a post from: vivmcwaters.com.au. Share this on Facebook. Share this on LinkedIn. Email this to a friend? Tweet This! Related posts: Meetings or Meetups?

Share 100

How Two Individual Forums on SitePoint Became Two Independent, Self-Sustaining Businesses

Managing Communities

I was a member of staff on the SitePoint Forums for many years (from July 15, 2001 through September 30, 2008, to be exact) and I now co-host the SitePoint Podcast. SitePoint is one of the largest web development communities in the world and I am proud of my affiliation with it. SitePoint is an example [.].

2001 71

Smarter Search

Alchemy of Change

This article by Tim Berners-Lee on The Semantic Web in Scientific America from 2001 is a classic if you want a good overview (purchased required). A couple quick things to point out on Google’s search capabilities these days, that are also some interesting hints at where search is going.

Search 212

0.28% of Members on My Community Become Moderators

Managing Communities

KarateForums.com was launched on May 21, 2001 and has [.]. photo credit: craiglea123 Moderators can be a very important part of your online community. I know that mine are. I select them very carefully. But, I thought it would be interesting and fun to throw some numbers behind this. So, I took KarateForums.com as an example. Managing Staff

Lessons You Can Take from phpBBHacks.com’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

Managing Communities

photo credit: joelogon Last month, I wrote about the 10th anniversary celebration over at phpBBHacks.com, a site that I launched on April 6, 2001. In brief summary, this is what we did to celebrate: Launched a special, dedicated section of our website, with an RSS feed and added a special section to our forums (for [.]. Community Cultivation

Unflattening: text, drawing and alternative perspectives

Jenny Connected

Stephen Downes (2014) has talked about this in relation to research methodologies and Checkland and Scholes’s work in soft systems methodology (2001) was about mapping different perceptions in order to better understand the whole rich picture. Scholes (2001).

Social networks and social networking

Portals and KM

I've been doing social network analysis since 2001. With the upswing over the past few years of the social networking sites the language has got a bit blurry. When I do my NetWork workshops, I now need to help people distinguish the basics of "social networks" as distinct from the phenomenon of linking. Mike Gotta, in his Collaborative Thinking blog (which I started reading just a short time ago), provides a great service by summarizing notes on the history of social network analysis.

Notes on “Using SharePoint as the Canvas for Student Creativity and Inspired Solutions” (Lou Zulli)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Some notes: - Lakewood has been using SharePoint since 2001. Built originally in 2001, as a site for students and teachers. Lou is talking about the use of SharePoint at Lakewood High School, and how students are deeply involved. SharePoint 2010 was the eye-opening experience; “look at what we can do with this.” ” - CATNIP – Center for Advanced Technologies News and Information Portal.

2014 109

References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

2010 173

Revere Beach Elegy reissued

Endless Knots

So glad to see this great writer with a second edition of this lovely volume, first published in 2001, one of his Revere trilogy that includes the heartbreaking novel, In Revere, In Those Days.

Crafting Research

Jenny Connected

2001). This seminar that I attended last week on crafting research was very interesting. It was organised by the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University, UK, and delivered by Professor Hugh Willmott from City University London.

2017 130

Blog>> Competencies Redux

Green Chameleon

This was developed further by Abell and Oxbrow’s work for TFPL in 2001 ( Competing with Knowledge ). A guide to good practice ’ (PD 7505:2005)as a follow through from PAS 2001 the BSI’s standard for knowledge management (2001). There’s been a burst of interest in the notion of defining competencies for KM, most recently on actKM.

2009 100

Wayfinding as a critical literacy

Jenny Connected

2001). Heli’s first week reflections and Mike’s response to these have reminded me of the work of Darken & Sibert on wayfinding in virtual worlds, which I came across a few years ago when I was trying to learn more about why people might drop out of an online course.

2010 139

The Divine Right of Capital: Lords of the Earth

Alchemy of Change

Meanwhile, over the last decade (since this book was written in 2001) employees have increased their productivity three times the rise in compensation that they received. As I mentioned in my last post , I just finished reading The Divine Right of Capital by Marjorie Kelly.

2011 194

Social capital/ism

GrowingPains

She is one of the leading intellectual spokespersons of the alternative globalization movement, having gained prominence with her book "The Silent Takeover: Global Capitalism and the Death of Democracy" (2001). Hertz (2001).

2009 141

GE's Ecoimagination Challenge: The Power of Ideas, Ecosystems and Scale

21st Century Organization

Eli Lilly's outsourced research and development program that became I nnoCentive dates to 1998 ; Procter and Gamble has inspired others with Connect and Develop , that CEO Lafley instigated in 2000; and IBM has been using Innovation Jams since 2001. November 16 I was fortunate to attend GE's event announcing the first winners of their Ecoimagination Challenge that strives to speed solutions to smarter power grids and energy technology.

Building a collaborative workplace (or community. or network)

Nancy White

The Business Value of Stories

Portals and KM

Stephen Denning (2001) is the most recognized business storyteller and he writes a complement to Goddard: “Storytelling doesn’t replace analytical thinking. 2001) The springboard: How storytelling ignites actions in knowledge-era organizations. “Sometime reality is too complex. Fiction gives it form.” Jean Luc Godard.

Edinburgh University’s updated Manifesto for Teaching Online – 2015

Jenny Connected

2001). In June of this year I published a blogpost about the changing role of the online teacher , following an invitation from Lisa Lane to write a post for her open Program for Online Teaching.

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Organising Knowledge>> Taxonomies Without Commensurate Knowledge = Mistakes

Green Chameleon

“Since the 2001 anthrax scare in the US, the government here has maintained a list of 80 microbes and toxins that are essentially forbidden to researchers. Here’s a story from Annalee Newitz of the problems that can arise when a taxonomy created for one purpose and one knowledge community, is used by others for new purposes.

#openedMOOC Week 4: Open Teaching

Jenny Connected

The story of how MIT opened its courseware to the world can be found on their website , but I remember MIT explaining at the time (in 2001) that what they weren’t offering for free to the world was their teaching, and it was their teaching that would make a difference.

2017 130

My Master’s Thesis

Michelle Laurie

. . Canada's Youth Summit Team - October 2001. . For anyone who spent time writing a master’s thesis, you will understand my feelings of joy. I recently published an excerpt of my thesis in a book called: Young people, education, and sustainable development - Exploring principles, perspectives, and praxis. In 2003, I wrote my master’s thesis on Canada’s Youth Summit Team.

Large Company Collaboration SuccessDigital Equipment with VAX Notes in the 1980s

Michael Sampson - Currents

Patti wrote (in 2001) about the use of VAX Notes at Digital Equipment : Imagine. You work in a global high-tech company with more than 100,000 people. Research and product development organisations are distributed around the world, as are the sales, marketing, and technical support groups that interface with customers. There are many complex products at varying stages in their life cycles.

2011 137

My New Cheese – Lead Social Business Enabler for IBM’s w3 and www Connections

Elsua

I could probably say that back in the day, when I was first getting involved with social networking tools, back in 2001, I knew, deep inside, that, at some point in time, I would be ending up doing this kind of job. This is it! The moment of truth! The wait is over.

2013 262

If space is a becoming what kind of spaces do we need for learning?

Jenny Connected

2001). The second keynote at the Networked Learning Conference 2016 was presented by Sian Bayne. The title of her keynote was Campus Codespaces for Networked Learning , which she framed around the question ‘Do we need other ways to think about networked learning space?’.

2016 164

Community as lens

Learning Alliances

A connection with Thomas Mathiasen through CPsquare (I got to know him in one of the Foundations of CoPs workshops in 2001) made attending the conference more economical and was a great opportunity to get reacquainted. IT University lobby during the AoIR 9.0 Conference.

2008 206

Using games from improvised theatre to build mental agility and responsiveness amongst humanitarian workers responding to disasters

Viv Mcwaters

Koppett, Kat (2001) Training to Imagine: Practical Improvisational Theatre Techniques to Enhance Creativity, Teamwork, Leadership and Learning “The power of improv…is its ability to connect people to their intuition, their bodies, their intellect, and each other.”.

2013 186

GE's Ecoimagination Challenge: The Power of Ideas, Ecosystems and Scale

21st Century Organization

Eli Lilly's outsourced research and development program that became I nnoCentive dates to 1998 ; Procter and Gamble has inspired others with Connect and Develop , that CEO Lafley instigated in 2000; and IBM has been using Innovation Jams since 2001. November 16 I was fortunate to attend GE's event announcing the first winners of their Ecoimagination Challenge that strives to speed solutions to smarter power grids and energy technology.