Aid is a knowledge industry?

Joitske Hulsebosch

Unfortunately she does not define what a knowledge industry is, which makes the argumentation weaker. It made me think about what a knowledge industry is, compared to a service/product industry. The knowledge worker is a term I use myself at times.

2007 130

A personal view on knowledge work

Mathemagenic

Today I’m giving an online guest lecture for the course “Knowledge Management as a Theory and Practice&# at Graduate School of Management of St.Petersburg State University. A personal view on knowledge work. 2002). Slide 9: See Knowledge work framework (PKM + tasks It’s on personal KM; since the lecture is very short I decided to do an introduction to the topic based on my own research rather than a comprehensive overview of existing perspectives.

Blogging for knowledge workers: incubating ideas

Mathemagenic

Weblogs are often discussed as a tool that supports bottom-up knowledge management. In a series of two articles I will discuss how blogging might be relevant from an individual perspective, focusing on two tasks that come along with knowledge work: developing ideas and personal networking. For its author a weblog might be useful as as personal information management tool, a kind of outboard brain ( Cory Doctorow, 2002 ), used to organise information and thinking.

2010 158

modelling digital learning ecosystem

Taming the spaces

Digital learning ecosystem model (Pata, 2012) Connectivism for design John Seeley Brown (1999; 2002), and George Siemens (2005; 2006) related knowledge ecology and knowledge ecosystem terms with weaving information and artefacts, meanings and knowledge, networks and connections. I have tried to put together ideas associated what may be conceptualized as a digital learning ecosystem.

Model 130

I Will Dispense This Advice on Blogging

Elsua

I have been blogging myself since early 2002; first, in an internal blog behind my former employer’s firewall, and, secondly, since 2005, over here in this blog. So I will tell you what has worked really nicely with me all along since I started blogging back in 2002: Write!

2016 158

How Do I Make Sense of Social Networking Tools

Elsua

I use it for everything, as a personal knowledge sharing hub , as my operating system , and a whole lot more than just chat. Freelancing General Interest Knowledge Tools Learning Personal KM Productivity Tools Tools and Gadgets

2015 248

Learning to Change - Changing to Learn

Elsua

Last week one of folks I follow in Twitter, John Hovell , shared a link to perhaps one of the most thought-provoking, controversial, enlightening and spot on YouTube video links I can remember since I started getting exposed to social software back in 2002!

Change 158

Cover story: Building healthy communities - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

exact any/all The original knowledge-management publication denotes premium content | Feb 24 2009 E-mail: Password: Forget your password? Finally, the knowledge management (KM) movement realised that databases and collaborative tools are not enough to instigate genuine knowledge sharing.

Digital Habitats for project teams

Digital Habitats

2002) proposes these differences: Communities of Practice. To create, expand, and exchange knowledge, and to develop individual capabilities. (This post is cross-posted from my blog at Learning Alliances.).

Writing Ourselves into Existence through a Choral Act

Elsua

Quite revealing on its own, I tell you, as it reminds me of the long tail of knowledge: as long as you get to write good content, or comment on other people’s blog posts, care about what they post, or take a genuine interest in what they do, etc.

2016 130

Work The Web

Elsua

Mind you, when I first started thinking about social software and how I would use it at work it was probably around 2002 or thereabouts and it still took me a while to engage (December 2003). IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing

2009 151

Reviving Community Indicators – Learning

Nancy White

Tags: communities of practice community community indicators evaluation knowledge sharing learning Dreamfish

How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

The most common limiting factors to Crowdsourcing initiatives are one, or a combination, of the following: Engaging the right crowd: Perhaps the most critical challenge in crowdsourcing is finding, and then engaging, the members of the crowd with the knowledge, skill and motivation to participate.

2017 55

CoPs: Tools and Resources - KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Introducing APQCs Stages of Knowledge Management Maturity Its a New Year: Time for Renewal Five Ways KM Supports Innovation KM in 2009: Where Are You Headed? Answers from the MAKE Award Winners APQC Named Global MAKE Award Winner Introducing the Worlds Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises Powered by Movable Type Links Home

Knowledge Management for Social Innovation: Virtual Communities: At What Price?

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Knowledge Management for Social Innovation A blog about Communities of Practice and web based approaches to leading change through better use of knowledge. Muller Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery, Volume 45, Number 4 2002 3. Veterans and other experts are so valued because they make sense of information, seeing patterns, implications and connotations that others miss… Manifesto Advanced Knowledge Technologies [link] 5.

2007 28

Tinkering with the system won’t help reinvent the purpose of education

Jenny Connected

This thinking is very much influenced by his knowledge of advancing technologies and how these might be used to ‘reinvent education’ but it is not only influenced by technology.

2019 213

How AI Can Help Solve The Biggest Problem With Crowdsourcing

Online Community Strategy

The most common limiting factors to Crowdsourcing initiatives are one, or a combination, of the following: Engaging the right crowd: Perhaps the most critical challenge in crowdsourcing is finding, and then engaging, the members of the crowd with the knowledge, skill and motivation to participate.

2017 46

How I use social media

Nancy White

The second seminal experience was taking part in George Por’s “Knowledge Ecology University&# or KEU as we called it, and the relationship forming event of the KE Fair. Heaven because we can access knowledge and relationship like never before.

Digital Habitats for project teams

Learning Alliances

2002) proposes these differences: Communities of Practice. To create, expand, and exchange knowledge, and to develop individual capabilities. Kathy Milhauser mentioned that she assigned Digital Habitats to students in a course on globally distributed project teams.

Four Rules of Leadership for Tough Times

Partnering Resources

The leaders knew bad news was coming as early as 2002. This created a unique challenge: The 250-plus remaining employees had to service existing business while transferring knowledge to the acquiring company. The company needed to persuade long-term employees to share their knowledge.

2014 215

My Old Online Facilitation Workshop Materials | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We are a collection of Editors, Knowledge Workers, Meeting Managers, Trainers, Designers and Facilitators.

MirandaNet: Social Networking trivial or mind expanding?

Community Capers

We now have examples of interchange where members are creating new knowledge online. 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. 2002). Holmes (2002). 2002).

Online Community Toolkit | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Planning, Designing and Running Online Events Designing Online Events Online Events Assessment Tool Case History: CGIAR’s Gender & Diversity “Creating Connections Online&# Report (Aug 2002) LINK Evaluation Examples: 2002 and Net*Working 2004 Online Event Evaluation Report (nice to see a full event evaluation!) Knowledge Networks: Innovation through Communities of Practice Book to be released Jan 04 Chris Kimball’s excellent set of links.

Preview of the Living Lab for (digital) life

Social Reporter

How do we ensure that all those involved in providing support to others also have the necessary digital literacies to inspire and engage young and old to develop their own knowledge, understanding and personal learning journeys (online and offline)?

2014 215

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

Viv Mcwaters

During the 2013 Melbourne Knowledge Week , I was part of a group of people exploring the role of (mostly video) games for social good, organised by Games for Change. They draw on their existing skills and knowledge, and whatever else is available, and each other.

2013 186

Rawn Shah’s Social Networking for Business: A Review

Portals and KM

In 2000 I worked on the implementation of a knowledge management system at Ryder that used Quickplace as an important component that was novel for the time. This implementation won a CIO 100 award for innovation in 2002. I did some catching up on my reading over the last holidays.

2011 195

The Riddle of Online Resonance (first installment)

Jenny Connected

E-resonance is a riddle which is relevant to connectivity and knowledge creation in the online environment. George Siemens, in the 2008 Connectivism and Connective Knowledge Massive Open Online Course (CCK08 – which both authors attended) has written about the primacy of connection for learning. Learning through connectivity is not a new idea; there is a long history of research into networked learning (Steeple & Jones, 2002; Goodyear et al.,

2010 136

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. Herding the Smart Cats: IT Change Leadership. Technologists are notorious for having independent thoughts and ideas.

2012 202

The Divided Brain: Trying to be Sane in an Insane World

Jenny Connected

These five principles reflect Iain’s personal view based on his experience, reading and knowledge of great scholars from the past, such as Erasmus, who developed sophisticated critiques of contemporary life. Onoro O’Neill (2002). Sunday 22nd March pm.

2015 139

organizational responsiveness

Taming the spaces

in order to share knowledge and competences through cross-border learning and knowledge building (LKB) activities. For the evolution of industry knowledge and product domains an alliance is needed across the organizational borders.

2010 153

Business models for communities

Learning Alliances

The tubodudes in Wenger, McDermott and Snyder (2002), for example, had a business model that was just assumed as a norm in the book: the organization (Shell) provided all the resources and captured most of the value that the community produced.

Model 182

Cultivating Communities of Practice: Making Them Grow - YouTube

John Tropea - Delicious Community

As there is general agreement amongst a number of CoP scholars that communities of practice cannot be designed or created (Barab et al, 2002, Wenger & Snyder, 2000), seeking to learn about best practice in encouraging these communities to develop is the next step. Wenger, 2002) and/or questions that must be carefully considered before beginning (Sidnick & White, 2008, esflive, 2009). Upload Sign in. Loading. This video is unavailable. Find out why. Close.

2014 46

The Machine Is Us/ing Us - Transcending the Web

Elsua

Starting with a YouTube video which, to me, represents something I have been mentioning as far back as 2002 with regards to what Web 2.0

2009 130

Practical example: Ayuda Urbana

Joitske Hulsebosch

Etienne Wenger wrote a case study in 2002 about Ayuda Urbana , a constellation of communities of practice focused on urban issues and challenges in Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean region, or as they call themselves: 'Red Inter-municipal'. The initiative followed the move of the World Bank to become the 'knowledge bank'.

2006 100

The Changing Role of the Learning Facilitator

Jenny Connected

Learning Meaning and Identity’ - focuses on expanding ideas around social learning theory, whereas a later book ‘A Guide to Managing Knowledge: Cultivating Communities of Practice’ (2002) – is written more for managers of communities of practice. There is an intense discussion going on in the CPsquare community at the moment about the work of learning facilitators.

Roles 131

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). Good for knowledge management. Get to keep information / knowledge when people move on. Jean Balbo from Prudential Financial is talking about enterprise social governance. Jean is the Director of Process Management. Some notes: 1. Prudential is 137 years old, has $1 trillion in assets under management.

2013 132

MirandaNet: Social interaction

Community Capers

Members build individual and group knowledge and capacity through their relationship with each other. Whether in an industry, academic or advisory capacity, MirandaNet Fellows all work to provide services for each other and ‘reify’ (Wenger, 2002) their practices in artifacts shared over the public site with the larger external educational community. People rarely leave this community.

Building Social Business: 5 Skills for Online Community Managers

John Tropea - Delicious Community

In 1999, I joined Satyam Computer Services and was soon part of the Knowledge Management team. Based on my understanding - heres what competencies the person managing the community needs to have: Depth of knowledge in the subject of the community - This is what Id put in the top of the list.

Five things meme in pictures

Joitske Hulsebosch

And today I discoverd the knowledge cafe people tagged me too. In 2002 we tried to find him, but he had just left his job with Africare. The bloggers meme 'five things' has been going around for a long time now.

2007 130

The Riddle of Online Resonance (third instalment)

Jenny Connected

Much has been written about weak, strong and latent ties and the strength of weak ties, which Haythornthwaite (2002, p. 2002) Strong, weak and latent ties and the impact of new media, 18, 385-401. 2010) A solution to Plato’s problem: The latent semantic analysis theory of acquisition, induction and representation of knowledge. Here is the third and final instalment of our paper on e-resonance. You can find the PDF of the full article here – The Riddle of Online Resonance.

2010 119

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Nancy White is one of many outspoken and knowledgeable bloggers who writes about building and supporting online communities. Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Nov 03 2007 About Nancy White Published by Nancy White Nancy J.

2008 165

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

Portals and KM

I was especially interested in this as I was involved in an Open Text based knowledge management implementation at a major telecom provider in 1995. Ironically, while working with a different firm, I came back to evaluate it in 2002 as part of a plan to upgrade the software. The knowledge management system remained quite popular, despite the aging software platform. Open Text is a relatively old player in the enterprise content management and collaboration space.

SAP 126

Paywall for News.com and Online Community Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

No journalists, except a journalists that now work in social media and a few bloggers now paid to bring their audiences and expert knowledge to journalism (blogournalists?)