Herding the Smart Cats: Successful IT Change Leadership

Partnering Resources

In 2002, the year in which this organization sought CMM Level 3, the median time to attain Level 2 maturity was 23 months and Level 3 was 22 months. The CIO recognized that success would take superior execution and implementation, not just of process, but also of people.

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Rawn Shah’s Social Networking for Business: A Review

Portals and KM

This implementation won a CIO 100 award for innovation in 2002. I did some catching up on my reading over the last holidays. One book at the top of the pile was Rawn Shah’s Social Networking for Business: Choosing the Right Tools and Resources to Fit Your Needs.

2011 195

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Opening Session

Portals and KM

So he has been using a Web-based community for new talent since 2002. Latest CIO study found the successful companies are 57% more likely to use social business. This is the first in a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2011. I am very pleased to be back after ten years.

2011 179

More IBM Research on Enterprise 2.0 – Activities and Other Tools

Portals and KM

and the Ryder knowledge management system was featured in a number of articles and named to the CIO 100 for 2002 as “a KM center that links sales and marketing with operations and supply chain management.” Here is some interesting research from IBM on the effects of a set of enterprise 2.0 tools. Activities, Bluemail, & CoScripter: Sharing and Reusing Work in the Enterprise by Tara Matthews & John Tang of the IBM Almaden Research Center.

2008 100

Launch of the Enterprise Social Network Strategy report: what senior executives REALLY think about social networks inside the organization

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

CIOs see social networking as here to stay, and increasingly valuable for recruiting, sourcing suppliers and partners, and maintaining working relationships both internally and externally.

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Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Wenger, 2002) Communities can be considered as problem-solving mechanisms which contribute to establishing policy agendas and offer mechanisms to facilitate processes for negotiation between different actors. 2002:2 - online draft version ) Brown and Gray (1995) define workplace CoPs as small groups of people held togetherby a "common sense of purpose and a real need to know what each other knows."George & Schank, P (2002). 2002) Cultivating communities practice.

Green Chameleon » Snake Oil

Green Chameleon

All three are fighting rear-guard actions against being assimilated into the CIO’s function (where “I&# means “Technology&# ) – and they are still in retreat.

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