Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Staff induction Anecdote circles Narrative & Change Knowledge strategy Collaboration Stories to size up Expertise Location About KM SNA and strategy Narrative & Branding Connecting people Tacit & Communities. Building a collaborative workplace. Category: Collaboration Author: Shawn Callahan, Mark Schenk, Nancy White Date Published: 21-Apr-08 Download Subscribe to the latest Anecdote whitepapers. Innovation demands collaboration. WHAT IS COLLABORATION?

Rawn Shah’s Social Networking for Business: A Review

Portals and KM

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. and social tools such as IBM’s Quickr that enable community based work. This implementation won a CIO 100 award for innovation in 2002.

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More IBM Research on Enterprise 2.0 – Activities and Other Tools

Portals and KM

tools. I was especially interested in Activities, as have I have written on it before in Looking Closely at Lotus Connection and, under an older name - Activity Explorer: New Collaborative Tool from IBM , and an even earlier precursor, Unified Activity Management. Activities is a web-based application that uses the construct of an “activity” to aggregate the people, resources, and tools involved in achieving a particular goal.” collaboration tools. tools.

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Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Requirements Here’s a list of companies that provide collaboration platforms with turn-key social features for ‘instant’ community. These tools may have social networking features, that’s optional, but should certainly scale to it.

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The FASTForward Blog " Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Nevertheless, I think it’s always useful to look back every once in a while, if only to see how far and fast (or not) we’ve come since this Web thing started to penetrate more deeply and spread more widely into the workplace. penetrates and spreads through workplaces, will it render KM as it was once known obsolete … or not ? but not apocalyptic and should focus on protecting corporate data, not in regimenting the means of collaboration.

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