Formalizing stories about community leadership

Learning Alliances

Here are some of the questions that come up in meta communities, all of which are in some way a matter of balancing opposites: What exactly are our goals as community leaders? Is it legitimate to find new goals as we go and if so, how do we do that? Jerome Bruner, Making Stories; Law, Literature, Life (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002) [link].

Digital Habitats for project teams

Digital Habitats

2002) proposes these differences: Communities of Practice. The project goals and milestones. (This post is cross-posted from my blog at Learning Alliances.). Kathy Milhauser mentioned that she assigned Digital Habitats to students in a course on globally distributed project teams.

How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

Consider: On average, less than 30% of Crowdfunding campaigns reach their goals. The concept of engaging “the Crowd” through digital platforms has been around for some time.

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How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

Consider: On average, less than 30% of Crowdfunding campaigns reach their goals. The concept of engaging “the Crowd” through digital platforms has been around for some time.

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Digital Habitats for project teams

Learning Alliances

2002) proposes these differences: Communities of Practice. The project goals and milestones. Kathy Milhauser mentioned that she assigned Digital Habitats to students in a course on globally distributed project teams.

Are You Solving the Right Problem?

Partnering Resources

Others are large (“I can’t get forty coalition members to agree on goals”). And if you use your hammer on watermelon, you’re not going to get the results you want (unless your goal is seeds, pulp, and rind on the ceiling). Glouberman & Zimmerman, 2002.

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Four Rules of Leadership for Tough Times

Partnering Resources

The leaders knew bad news was coming as early as 2002. Through the two-year transition process, Brank saw employees earn industry certifications, tackle stretch goals, and join cross-functional problem-solving teams. The Life Division achieved its goals.

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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. Only 38% of all organizations attempting Level 3 or higher had achieved this goal. Herding the Smart Cats: IT Change Leadership.

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The Riddle of Online Resonance (first installment)

Jenny Connected

Learning through connectivity is not a new idea; there is a long history of research into networked learning (Steeple & Jones, 2002; Goodyear et al., technologies and networked online learning for autonomous learning in an increasingly diverse environment (Downes, 2009) have led to many authors (Krebs (2002), Haythornthwaite (2002), Granovetter (1973, 1983), to name but a few) exploring how connections are made and developed in online environments.

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MirandaNet: Social Networking trivial or mind expanding?

Community Capers

Some members act as e-facilitators or braiders who help to shape the argument, provide interim summaries and change the direction of the discussion (Preston, 2002; Preston & Holmes, 2002; Cuthell, 2005). The exchange of information is two way, as it flows from the wealthy to the less well resourced and back again (Resta, 2002, p. Development of meta-thinking and application of knowledge and online skills to their own goals and purposes that are often exam related.

Notes on CUST119 Prudential: Thinking about Social Business Adoption? Don't Forget Enterprise Social Governance

Michael Sampson - Currents

PROFS in 1982, Notes from 1994 (60,000 users, 6400+ applications), Sametime in 1999, WebSphere Portal in 2002, and Connections in 2010 (about 25,000 users currently). Goal - increased communication. Goal - drive the talent mindset and Prudential's core competencies. Jean Balbo from Prudential Financial is talking about enterprise social governance. Jean is the Director of Process Management. Some notes: 1.

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Culture: adapting the Wold Cafe methodology in Thailand

Joitske Hulsebosch

He writes: "In 2002, I came across the World Café when I attended the Authentic Leadership Workshop in Halifax, Canada. Please tell me five strategic goals that you and Thai society should achieve in 2009.

2006 130

Open Text Adds Social Media, More Web 2.0 Features, and SAP Integration

Portals and KM

Ironically, while working with a different firm, I came back to evaluate it in 2002 as part of a plan to upgrade the software. As the note the role of web content management has expanded from a place to store and publish external-facing content to a helping support organizational business goals in such areas as sales and customer support. Open Text is a relatively old player in the enterprise content management and collaboration space.

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Paywall for News.com and Online Community Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Crikey? “News.com signed their own death warrant today…” or simply “Home Goal!” Eye Witness: On October 11, 2002 there was a bombing at a shopping mall in Myyrmanni, Finland in which 7 were killed including children and 166 injured.

Writing Ourselves into Existence through a Choral Act

Elsua

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Executing Enterprise 2.0: Dachis Group Acquires Headshift

Elsua

Fast forward to 2002 … where you will find a very interesting paper ( On the nonsense of Knowledge Management ) that James Dellow quoted along in the current discussion as one of the very few folks who connected the dots across time between both discussions.

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Blog Cases from 2005: James Robertson on Content Management

Portals and KM

He started blogging in June 2002 when the his business changed it's focus to pure consulting in the areas of knowledge management, content management and intranets. So basically his blog was initially a marketing tool for the business first and foremost, with the goal being to drive traffic to the site, hopefully leading to greater sales of our reports and new consulting clients. about their blogging efforts.

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Building Social Business: What Is Social Collaboration in an Organization

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Well we call Qontext a social collaboration platform and wikipedia defines it as processes that help multiple people interact, share information to achieve any common goal. Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 and Organization Development.

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More IBM Research on Enterprise 2.0 – Activities and Other Tools

Portals and KM

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.” As stated nicely for Activity Explorer, the goal is to “reorganize collaboration to reflect the work being done rather than the technologies that support the work.” This was our goal when we implemented knowledge management at Cigna Insurance in 1993-94 but tools today are much more able to do this.

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Confluence 3.0 Released by Atlassian

Portals and KM

Atlassian was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Sydney Australia. Their goal is to lower the barriers to content creation. Prior to the release I spoke with Bill Arconati, Confluence Product Marketing Manager. I got a good background on the evolution of Altassian as well as preview of Confluence 3.0. I was very interested, as I have known about them for some time.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Our goal is to not only provide an open source offering but to surpass commercial offerings in terms of features, functionality and benefits to the user community.

2008 58

Stowe Boyd: Building Social Applications at Climb to the Stars (Stephanie Booth)

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

2007 36

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

They share a certain amount of practices, common goals and common language. 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. A team or work group ceases to exist once its goal is attained. It requires sharing goals and, whatever that means, sharing experiences. & Schank, P (2002).

Green Chameleon » Snake Oil

Green Chameleon

Since the goals of KM often vary by the organisation it’s deployed in, this has created many more KM definitions than are strictly necessary.

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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

They have a collective mindset - achieving common goals is more important to them. He is a bestselling author who anticipated the social networking revolution in his acclaimed 2002 book Living Networks.

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Facebook-like status updates coming to the office - San Jose Mercury News

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The explosive growth of social networking in the consumer space has created a sea change in readiness in the enterprise," said Eugene Lee, CEO of Socialtext, which was founded in 2002. "I

The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

When masses of people who own the means of production work toward a common goal and share their products in common, when they contribute labor without wages and enjoy the fruits free of charge, its not unreasonable to call that socialism. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

Community as Curriculum – vol 2. The Guild/Distributed Continuum

Delicious/choconancy/community

2007), a healthy community will work faster and move toward goals quicker when the people living in that community immerse themselves in the specific goals of that community. They are about responsibility rather than goals described by others. A choice to be responsible to a group of people and a choice to join in with a group of people who, while they might not share similar distinct goals share equivalent mores, skills, or worldviews.

Cover story: Building healthy communities - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

We thought that goals and deliverables would inhibit peoples openness and the communitys ability to help each other with everyday work problems. Clear purpose and goals Healthy communities are important to any organisation. Informal communities also benefit from goals and projects.

DavidSibbet.com: Facilitation Mastery: Experiencing the Four Flows

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Leaders and team managers are ones who often set the purpose and goals for a group. It illustrates what a facilitator needs to attend to while the group is focusing on things like purpose, trust, goals, commitments and the like.

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Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

By collecting these articles in this issue, our goal is to showcase some of the interdisciplinary scholarship around these sites. The Rise (and Fall) of Friendster Friendster launched in 2002 as a social complement to Ryze.

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Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In November 2002, a large number of atypical pneumonia cases occurred in Guangdong Province, China. In team collaboration , the members of the group are known, there are clear task interdependencies, expected reciprocity, and explicit time-lines and goals. To achieve the goal, members must fulfil their interdependent tasks within the stated time. If the latter, how do you convert that knowledge and participation back into your organisation’s goals?

Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks : a conceptual framework

John Tropea - Delicious Community

2002). This includes reframing strategies, goals, as well as values. Promoting and assessing. value creation in. communities and networks: a conceptual framework. Rapport 18 Etienne Wenger Beverly Trayner Maarten de Laat Ruud de Moor Centrum Open Universiteit rdmc.ou.nl Ruud de Moor Centrum Open Universiteit rdmc.ou.nl. Promoting and assessing. value creation in. communities and networks: a conceptual framework.

Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Snippet: I think part of the problem is being a post-freudian modern; intimacy is the ultimate goal of relationship and a source of secular transcendence. When I first joined RYZE in 2002 [ no longer an active member] I mapped out my 1 and 2 step network there.

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Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Harvard Business School Pres, 2002 CommunityIntelligence Ltd Co. An interview with John Seely Brown, in CSC World Spring/Summer 2002, [link] 12 How Does Your Knowledge Flow? An interview with John Seely Brown, in CSC World Spring/Summer 2002, [link] 13 Turning Love into Money: How some firms may profit from voluntary electronic customer communities, by Jae Yun Moon and Lee Sproull, [link] 14 More information available on [link] CommunityIntelligence Ltd Co.

ACTIVE LURKING: ENHANCING THE VALUE OF INHOUSE ONLINE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE RELATED PRACTICES AROUND THE ONLINE COMMUNITIES

John Tropea - Delicious Community

the goals of lurkers and the corresponding effects that. persistence has on those goals. 2002 Jul. 2001- Jul 2002. Capital”, Communications of the ACM , 45, 4, 2002, pp. CENTER FOR. COLLECTIVE. INTELLIGENCE. Working Paper Series. How can people and computers be connected so. that-collectively-they act more intelligently than. any individuals, groups, or computers have ever. done before?