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The “Local Tail” Exposes What's Hidden Right Next to Us

Alchemy of Change

The core idea here is that the Internet changes many of the hit-driven business models we’ve come to take for granted. I think it will have an impact on our civic engagement and loyalty to local businesses. They are moving into the e-commerce platform business in a big way.

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Visions of Business Ecosystems

Partnering Resources

These are all descriptions of business ecosystems. In this post, we’ll look at a few different ways organizations depict and understand their business ecosystems. The Corvallis Business Ecosystem. The Corvallis Business Ecosystem map shows the elements of the start-up ecosystem.

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My New Cheese – Lead Social Business Enabler for IBM’s w3 and www Connections

Elsua

I am thrilled to announce that Luis Suarez is joining my team as Lead Social Business Enabler for w3 and www Connections. Luis will be an excellent champion for the CIO office as he helps to communicate our direction of becoming a truly social business and what it takes to get there.

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Social Business Begins by Unleashing Your Business Talent

Elsua

A norm that will start becoming contagious from business to business, from customer to customer and so forth. Now who couldn’t resist embarking on such a liberating experience, as a business?

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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. The 2006 one drew 150,000 business partners. I wrote a bit about the 2005 Jam that drew 52,000 IBM employees.

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Building Social Business: Connecting, Sharing and Collaborating

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 Rawn wrote about the Social Business Jam that I. and Organization Development. Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. Leveraging Community thinking.

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Blog Cases from 2005: Complete Listing

Portals and KM

Over the past few weeks I have posted a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I found it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. Jill Fallon on Legacy Matters and the Business of Life.

Technology: live blogging from Accra.

Joitske Hulsebosch

In the plane, I got upgraded to business class (for the second time in my life :). Just for fun: blogging from my hotel room in Accra with a wifi connection (and no, this is not the Hilton, nor Golden Tulip, but a 'middle range' hotel.). 20,000 cedis per hour (2 euros).

Practical example: community of practice on e-government

Joitske Hulsebosch

To come up with concrete projects and programs they have surveyed the MDAs (goverment bodies) and found a specific interest in revenue mobilisation, business registration and payroll applications.

Technology: ICT, poverty and development

Joitske Hulsebosch

She found that the most important ICTs in the region are trotros (busses), cars and human bodies, communication flows are channeled by trade (market gatherings), business and family ties.

Collaborative Thinking: Build Your Companys Receptor Capacity

Collaborative Thinking

June 25, 2005 in In The News | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Build Your Companys Receptor Capacity : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Blog Cases from 2005: Jill Fallon on Legacy Matters and the Business of Life

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. Jill advised potential business bloggers to make a commitment to keep it up.

Blog Cases from 2005: Pito Salas on Technology and More

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging.   Remember that blogs are just one more tool to support your business.

Blog Cases from 2005: Rosa Smith on Thinking Thin

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. She has since switched her blog to be part of her business web site.

Blog Cases from 2005: David Weinberger on Everything

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. When we spoke in 2005 David’s latest book was Small Pieces Loosely Joined.

Culture: Guanxi and social network theory

Joitske Hulsebosch

It is defined as a mechanism by which individuals are able to achieve personal, family or business objectives. Pete Bond posted some articles in the yahoo com-prac discussion group , amongst others one by Hammond and Glenn called The ancient practice of Chinese social networking: Guanxi and social network theory. The chinese concept of Guanxi refers to a social network that contextualizes individuals within a highly collectivist society.

Social Computing Guidelines and Why You Would Still Need Them

Elsua

Those Social Computing Guidelines are your entrance door into modelling certain new mindset(s), behaviours and overall good business practices. . May 2005. . It’s how you do business, people to people. . Till they make good business sense both to the organisation and to those 2.0

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Blog Cases from 2005: Thomas Jones on Oklahoma Wine

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. Both businesses are still active. The market niche for promoting Oklahoma wineries was quite small and since most Oklahoma winery owners were family businesses, they didn't have a lot of money to spend on advertising and marketing.

Blog Cases from 2005: Christina Pikas on Library Science

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. After some serious campaigning, she also started an internal blog in 2005 to track recent articles by authors where she worked.    You have to make the business case for it and build excitement from the bottom. 

Blog Cases from 2005: Jack Vinson on Knowledge Management

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging.   When we spoke in 2005 he had been considering a blog for a while and started to talk with Jim McGee, who still publishes the blog, McGhee’s Musings. I will only include cases from people who are still blogging now. These cases have not appeared on this blog before.

Blog Cases from 2005: James Robertson on Content Management

Portals and KM

Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. 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. Looking for ways to increase its business profile, James saw that blogging was a good way of communicating in a different way to those interested in these topics. about their blogging efforts.

Blog Cases from 2005: Carrie Guevara on New Orleans

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. Charles (HSC) in February 2005.   When I visited New Orleans, my home town, in April 2005, I asked her for ideas on music and food places and she gave me some good ones.

Blog Cases from 2005: Jim McGee on Knowledge Work

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. Jim said in 2005 that blogs can operate in parallel to enterprise knowledge management. Emergent taxonomies can capture the changing nature of the business. Jim advised prospective business bloggers to get started now.

Blog Cases from 2005: Karen Ay on Art

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. In 2005 she started a blog to talk about her art and other stuff. Karen began the blog on 14th Feb 2005 for a few reasons. When we spoke in 2005, the exposure was yet to be seen, as she had only just started so it was difficult to know just yet.

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Building Social Business: What Is Social Collaboration in an Organization

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Labels: collaboration , Enterprise social software , Social Business Newer Post Older Post Home I am a Product Evangelist with Social Business Software firm Qontext, Inc.

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API Widget Economy: Social Media Business Podcast

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Companies that open their business databases and stream that data out, can have an army of hundreds of thousands (mostly) unpaid developers creating Facebook apps, iPhone apps and blog widgets to help sell their products and services. Social Media Business.

Building Social Business: 5 Skills for Online Community Managers

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 It ensures the "mainstream" organization seeing real business value. and Organization Development. Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. Leveraging Community thinking.

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Blog Cases from 2005: Roland Tanglao on Bryght, Drupal and More

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. When we spoke in 2005, his well known blog was also listed in the Technorati top 100 blogs in terms of the number of sites that link to him with over 1700 incoming sources and over 2,000 links.   In 2005 his blog had over 10,000 posts since its start.

Blog Cases from 2005: Ed Brill on IBM, Collaboration, and More

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging.  Before I get into the interview I want to mention, Ed’s excellent new book, Opting In: Lessons in Social Business from a Fortune 500 Product Manager. Business owners can find a variety of useful information on Ed’s blog.

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Blog Cases from 2005: Tim Jarrett on Technology, Music, and More

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. When we spoke in 2005, Tim Jarrett had recently relocated to the east coast in August, 2004. At that time he left Microsoft where he worked as a Lead Product Manager for business intelligence and online communities in the Microsoft.com group.

Blog Cases from 2005: Cesar Brea on Marketing, Analytics, and More

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. In past lives Cesar has run sales, marketing, and business development in both enterprise software and IT consulting firms. When we spoke Cesar in 2005 wrote a blog under his name through the Harvard Berkman Center.

Blog Cases from 2005: Jessica Baumgart on Journalism, Librarianship and Blogging

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. She participated in eleven blogs in 2005 when we talked. In 2005 the blog’s readership had grown to over 2500 RSS subscribers and she got between 200 and 400 hits an hour, up from about 30 a year ago. 

Forwarding Is the New Networking - Tom Davenport - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

In 2005, Rob Cross, Sue Cantrell, and I found evidence of it in some research we did on knowledge workers in four companies. They consciously cultivated their networks — and not by handing out business cards at "networking events" or by issuing LinkedIn invitations.

Start a Content Business

Ken Carroll

How To Start a Content Business. W hat do you need to start a content business? You see, building a business around content is kind of like a three act play: A ct One : You show people how to solve a problem. Content Business. Content Business. Business Models .

Growth on the Silicon Valley Anthill: Welcome Christopher Carfi

Ant's Eyeview Blog

We view this as a testament to our belief that we must field the best talent to partner with our clients as they drive business impact with social engagement in the enterprise. AEV Blog Ant's Eye View ccarfi Chris Carfi Social Business social CRM Social Media

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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 Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Labels: HR2.0 , Organizations 2.0 , Social Media Newer Post Older Post Home I am a Product Evangelist with Social Business Software firm Qontext, Inc. Rawn wrote about the Social Business Jam that I. and Organization Development. Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. Leveraging Community thinking.

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. Knowledge Management Learning Metablogging Open Business Open Leadership Personal KM

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The Internet Ten Years Later

Engaging

Most exciting of all will be the impact on business and society at large. Once more, I find myself struggling to explain to people in business why they should pay attention to things their children are doing like blogging and participating in community games. Irving Wladawsky-Berger offers insights into The Internet Ten Years Later drawing on developments he has seen at IBM.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Influence

In his speech, he pledged to "create a new corps of business volunteers to partner with counterparts in Muslim-majority countries." Skip to Navigation Careers News Client login About Us Services Our Work Blogs Events Contact Us Home › Blogs › Influence Social Networking and #AIDS2010 Suzanne Rainey in Influence 15 Jul 2010 There’s a flurry of action this week as we await the start of the XVIII International AIDS Conference (#AIDS2010) in Vienna, Austria, next week.

David RD Gratton: Beyond Communities of Interest, Communities do not Exist

John Tropea - Delicious Community

David RD Gratton Blog About Beyond Communities of Interest, Communities do not Exist July 3, 2005 My company has been working with what we have been calling Information Clouds, and I came upon Thomas Vanderwals body of work. And thus we have an example of the postulate that "no idea is ever original; there is always someone who has thought and wrote or spoke of it before you." Anyway, if you are at all interested in structured content, add him to your subscriptions.