Lotusphere 2011 Notes: IBM Social Business Partners

Portals and KM

IBM provided a session for bloggers featuring IBM business partners who are helping their customers become social businesses and served sushi and sashimi whish was much appreciated. I interviewed Ed on the phone in 2004 for book on business blogging so it was nice to meet him in person.

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NewsGator Enhances its Social Sites 2010 Platform for SharePoint

Portals and KM

NewsGator recently launched Social Sites 2010 2.0, the next version of their flagship enterprise social computing software. NewsGator has also announced a new video module for Social Sites that supports enterprise learning initiatives and multimedia sharing.

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Social Media Club of Boston 5th Anniversary Celebration: The Evolution of Social Business

Portals and KM

Last night I attended the Social Media Club of Boston 5 th Anniversary Celebration: The Evolution of Social Business. It featured a panel with Alistar Rennie, General Manager, Social Business and Collaboration Solutions, IBM; Andy Carusone from Lowe’s Home Improvement; and Ric Fulop, North Bridge Venture Partners. Alistar talked about how IBM got involved with social media. In 2004 they were working to become more integrated on a global basis. 

Social Media Influencers – What would you do? @spotus

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The problem is, you can’t just put your social object up on a social media site and hope people will find it. The Oxford American , a national magazine award winner in 2004, plans to publish the piece.

What Social Media and Enterprise 2.0 Can Bring to HR Processes

Portals and KM

We covered  “The Business Value of Social Media and Enterprise 2.0” Social media had begun to emerge by then as a solution to support interactions. Early enterprise efforts usually involved bringing in consumer Web tools or creating custom versions of them as Al Essa did at the MIT Sloan School in 2004 when he was CIO.  Now the enterprise social media market matured significantly. HR represents a rich area to apply social media to business processes.

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Bev Trayner - Genre and Discourse Analysis (2004)

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Home Blog Services Portfolio Info social learning people different discourse education culture practice communities online community work knowledge cultural world practices time literacy international information Powered by RafCloud 2.0.2

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship. link] Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship danah m. To emphasize this articulated social network as a critical organizing feature of these sites, we label them "social network sites." 2004).

2007 41

Building Social Business: What Is Social Collaboration in an Organization

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. and then ends with the question: Given this logic, what does social collaboration mean? Rawn wrote about the Social Business Jam that I.

2004 13

Remember When Social Media Was Simple and Mostly Blogs?

Portals and KM

I was reading a blog post, Corporations at Risk From Social Media Adoption Issues , by Brett Greene, or maybe it is an online newspaper article since it is on the Huffington Post, with the tag line: the internet newspaper: news, blogs, video, community. The real point is the proliferation of social media types and the growing complexity of dealing with them. A Strategy for Managing Social Media Proliferation , by Jeremiah Owyang.

2012 16

Building Social Business: 5 Skills for Online Community Managers

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. They are distinct from "social networks" which are the relationships that you have with people you know or you get to know.

2004 11

Building Social Business: The Seven Types of Social Roles in Employee Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. At 2020 Social , we use a simple Engagement Architecture framework for designing social platforms, including online communities. One of the key parts of the framework is the 7 types of social roles are lurker, learner, connector, moderator, organizer, teacher, super-user. Rawn wrote about the Social Business Jam that I.

Gautam Ghosh: India's Social Media Thought Leader

Portals and KM

Titled, Social Media Thought Leader: India's Gautam Ghosh by Shel Isreal, it goes into many of the great things Gautum has done over the years in this space. Before I get into details about the article, I want to note Gautum is a great practitioner of the golden rule of social media: reciprocity. Shel also notes that, “in 2005, Ghosh achieved the dubious distinction of being the first person on the Asian continent to speak to me via social media.

The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Culture : Culture Reviews The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online By Kevin Kelly 05.22.09 Wikipedia, Flickr, and Twitter arent just revolutions in online social media. Were not talking about your grandfathers socialism.

A Special Day

Elsua

Over the course of the last couple of days my social periscope, both inside and outside of the firewall, has been down for most of the time, as I have been fully immersed on the IBM Simplify Jam , jamming away, with still nearly 7 hours to go!,

2011 49

How social networks work: the puzzle of exhaust data :: Grant McCracken

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Facebook sustains social knowledge and networksthat begin in conferences and then fade almost immediately until acouple of months later we have a hard time attaching a face to thatbusiness card still banging around in our briefcase. Social Media.

2007 21

You Are Not Perfect! Live With It

Elsua

or at a time where we see how pervasive work has become with the emergence of social technologies, but, mostly, also, because of the huge impact on the corporate world by mobile altogether. IBM Innovation Learning Life Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Enterprise Work Life Integration

2012 68

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

Jenny Connected

She first wrote about smooth and striated space way back in 2004, basing that paper on the ideas of Deleuze and Guattari (1988) about the limiting effects of hierarchical, striated spaces (see list of references). Being ‘at’ university: the social topologies of distance students.

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Social Networking World Forum

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

When I grow up, I want to go to a social networking forum like this one in California (9-10 November) -. Show highlights include: Two day conference dedicated to Social Networking. Dalton Caldwell founded imeem in 2004 and serves as the company’s chief executive officer.

Edinburgh University’s updated Manifesto for Teaching Online – 2015

Jenny Connected

The social isn’t the whole story. Comment: A strong point and resonates with research papers that point to the tyranny of social participation online. 2004).

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

June 3, 2008 Why McCain Will Win in November US electoral college votes, 2004; 2008 might be even worse I tnow appears that Barack Obama has enough delegates to win theDemocratic Party nomination for this Novembers election. Other Blogging Articles · Social Networking / Blogs in Business · Communications & Virtual Presence Technologies. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

How do we make the shift from individual to group social capital?

Bas Rues

Social capital remains an ambiguous term. Sometimes I also refer to social capital, but I learned to use the term with care, or at least explain what you mean by it when you mention it. For example, The fact that it can refer to the social capital of a person (whatever exact definition you would give it) and for a group, makes it a multilevel concept. Oh, Labianca and Chung ( 2004 , 2006 ) did a great job with this challenge.

Social Media Asia: Singapore and Transport Fares

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Annoyed at poor public transport, she set up shityrail.info in around 2004 and activated a grassroots movement. Social Media Asia. Governments won’t just be listening to lobby groups and industry organisations but also online social networks that demand attention.

Experiential Economy: Social Media Business Podcast

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Episode 1 of Social Media Business: What is “the experience economy&# – is it the next step on from agrarian, commodity, service…? Experiences, intangibles such as social relationships and augmented play, will become the baseline by which we judge all business interactions.

Life With Alacrity: The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes

John Tropea - Delicious Community

« Post RSA Conference Wrapup | Main | Great Social Networking Posts » The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes Lately Ive been noticing the spread of a meme regarding "Dunbars Number" of 150 that I believe is misunderstanding of his ideas. Social Network?????????????

2004 32

Abstract: Modern Social Imaginaries

Collaborative Thinking

Modern Social Imaginaries. Durham: Duke University Press, 2004. In Modern Social Imaginaries, Taylor provides a theoretical and philosophical perspective on the evolution of Western modernity that interweaves issues related to economics, politics, religion, science, and societal life. Taylor hypothesizes that understanding societal practices, its “social imaginary” as he frames it, represents a more insightful means for examining modernity. Source: Taylor, Charles.

Green Chameleon » Paradise 2.0?

Green Chameleon

Jesus, for example, has had a Myspace page since October 2004, I am pleased to discover – he’s obviously a very busy fellow because he’s only managed to rack up 17,000 or so friends.

How I use social media

Nancy White

This afternoon I’m spending a half hour on a Skype video conversation to share a bit of how I use social media. I figured it would be good to exercise my memory a bit and unearth some of the key stories that led me to to my social media use today, and perhaps surface some of my patterns.

From Social Insights to Social Business Innovation: MIT Enterprise Forum

Portals and KM

It was part of their Innovation Series:  From Social Insights to Social Business Innovation. Here is the event description: “The rapid growth and usage of social media by consumers and businesses has created a seismic shift that affects every aspect of our lives today.    We predict that this social movement will have the same impact on society and business as Guttenberg had over 600 years ago. 

Enterprise 2.0 User Profile from Forrester

Portals and KM

In their recent survey of 4,985 US information workers, they found that we’re still at a very stage in social software use in business. The employees currently using social business software are early adopters with high incomes and positive attitudes about technology. Going back to 2004, I have heard many stories about what became to be known as enterprise 2.0. It was one of my awakenings to the power of social media in the enterprise.

Social Artistry… A new idea?

Jenny Connected

Social artistry in the context of educational change was the subject of Nancy White’s presentation for changemooc this week. A social artist is a person who creates a social space for learning – and is not the same as a social reporter. A social artist invites you to engage – listens, empathises, values, validates, amplifies and most of all asks the questions that will create the social space needed for learning.

Collaborative Thinking: The Viral Classroom

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The impact of technology on peoples everyday lives | Main | Enterprise-enabling Facebook » December 08, 2007 The Viral Classroom No, its not about the flu, its about the network effects that are occurring around Apples iTunes U.

Green Chameleon » Money, Testosterone and Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Money, Testosterone and Knowledge Management This article chronicles an acrimonious schism in the KM association KM Pro in late 2004, and puts it into the context of other KM association schisms in the USA during the late nineties.

NewsGator's Social Sites ™ Brings Comprehensive Enterprise Social Networking to SharePoint

Portals and KM

I have been a fan of NewsGator for some time as they were my first RSS reader in early 2004 (see Finally, I’m Scanning the Web through NewsGator) so I want to share my interview from the AppGap. It is often the de facto social computing platform in many enterprises.

Review of The New Social Learning

Portals and KM

 I was very pleased to receive a review copy of The New Social Learning by Tony Bingham. But most importantly, it is the first book I have seen to help organizations understand and harness the huge workplace learning potential of social media and enterprise 2.0.

Bing Moves Past Google on the Social Side of Search

Portals and KM

I have been writing a bit about the invasion of social capabilities into all online tools. I remember in 2004 bloggers were excited every time some big shot started blogging.   Now we are reading about how the Weather Channel is going social and how LinkedIn value dramatically increased after it introduced social features. Of course social business is the big headline in enterprise tools but social search appears to be still in its infancy.

Green Chameleon » Money, Testosterone and Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Money, Testosterone and Knowledge Management This article chronicles an acrimonious schism in the KM association KM Pro in late 2004, and puts it into the context of other KM association schisms in the USA during the late nineties.

Sharing our vulnerabilities

Chris Corrigan

I wrote there for a couple of years until the NHL lockout destroyed my interested in hockey in 2004. We met once, but I feel like we know each other better from our social media connections over the years then from the one time we met!

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The Business Value of Social Software by Luis Suarez

Elsua

We all know that plenty of people nowadays are trying to figure out what is the main business value and various benefits of using social computing within the enterprise. ROI) conversations for Social Software that I like to talk about so much lately.

Companies with ‘Networked’ Board Directors have 85% Higher Growth Rates!

Governance in a Networked World

in 9 years since 2004, as opposed to 8.4% The economy has been through some major ups and downs since 2004. Is this hard evidence that social capital is indeed driving financial capital?

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I figured it would be good to exercise my memory a bit and unearth some of the key stories that led me to to my social media use today, and perhaps surface some of my patterns. Social media is a great place to fail. Social media enables this. How I use social media [.]