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Award Winning Collaboration Platform » Try It Now Free Key Features and Uses group calendars wiki intranets project collaboration task management web conferencing audio conferencing extranets project management forums group discussions salesforce.com search online spreadsheets iCal enabled People Are Different We believe that people collaborate with each other in different ways.

Communities, Networks and Groups

Jenny Connected

But perhaps of interest to those who follow discussions about the differences between groups and network s in relation to connectivism, will be the introductory section (pages 9-13) where the authors discuss their understanding of the terms ‘community’ and ‘network’ – how these are similar, different, overlap. A new article by Etienne Wenger, Beverley Trayner and Martin de Laat has just been linked to on Etienne’s Facebook page. Wenger, E., Trayner, B. & & de Laat, M. 2011).

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Nielsen Norman Group Names Best Intranets for 2010

Portals and KM

Nielsen Norman Group has announced winners in their 11 th annual contest for best intranets for 2010. It is ironic that such weight is placed on social networking since social media was seen somewhat skeptically by the same group when the 2006 winners for best intranets were announced. The 2006 summary said that the winners “took a pragmatic approach to many hyped “Web 2.0? The report is available for download from the Nielsen Norman Group website.

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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. But, what is a "group"?

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The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Group selection . When humans were hunter gatherers they moved around in extended family groups. A group which was comprised of cooperators had an evolutionary advantage. David Sloan Wilson Cooperation in his book Darwin’s Cathedral discussed religious groups as mechanisms for group selection. Nowak 2006 talks about different reciprocity mechanisms. When group became too large for all to be groomed this was the start of gossip.

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Green Chameleon » Creativity, Courage, Charisma - What Has It To Do With Management Buy-In?

Green Chameleon

The KM Singapore 2006 conference is some two months away and I look forward to it for many reasons but one in particular. Regards, Javier Posted on September 12, 2006 at 11:57 PM | Comment permalink Paolina Martin Javi, I find KM by stealth is the next best thing one can do if there isn’t enough Management support to do it top-down. Posted on September 13, 2006 at 11:55 AM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Technology: You is fat and xenophobic

Joitske Hulsebosch

Via an interesting blogpost by Ethan Zuckerman I found this cartoon by R ob Rogers It refers to the fact that 'You' were selected as the person of the year 2006 by Time.

The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Group selection . When humans were hunter gatherers they moved around in extended family groups. A group which was comprised of cooperators had an evolutionary advantage. David Sloan Wilson Cooperation in his book Darwin’s Cathedral discussed religious groups as mechanisms for group selection. Nowak 2006 talks about different reciprocity mechanisms. When group became too large for all to be groomed this was the start of gossip.

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Green Chameleon » A KM Christmas

Green Chameleon

Hard to improve it Posted on December 23, 2006 at 05:30 PM | Comment permalink J.ho Just stopping by Posted on December 24, 2006 at 01:09 AM | Comment permalink David Tebbutt Gimme a break - wandered off to Flickr, lost the will to live.

Technology: the Dgroups success story

Joitske Hulsebosch

It made me think again about the success of Dgroups "the starting point for fostering groups and communities in international development " and how hard it is to pinpoint the critical success factors and hence to replicate this success. I guess this may be true for most groups.

Green Chameleon » Explaining Knowledge Management #1

Green Chameleon

Posted on July 22, 2006 at 02:19 PM | Comment permalink what is electronic news gathering? Posted on July 23, 2006 at 06:00 AM | Comment permalink With my tongue firmly in my cheek, however about the need for people educated by the english to cross dress and speak with a German accent?

Green Chameleon » The Exploding Whale: Why AARs Are Important

Green Chameleon

Posted by Patrick Lambe on 22/12/06 at 07: 41 PM | Categories: KM Applied , Video | Permalink 1 Comment so far Thank you Patrick for a good laugh Posted on December 26, 2006 at 05:41 AM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Collaborative Thinking: Sametime 7.5 Asterisk

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Socialtext Releases SocialPoint | Main | Status & closing out some thoughts from prior postings » October 31, 2006 Sametime 7.5 &

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:26 AM | Comment permalink Dr Vaine, my manager wants our people to share their knowledge. Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:49 AM | Comment permalink Hi Steve!!!

Green Chameleon » Straits Knowledge Appoints Eminent KM Advisory Directorate

Green Chameleon

Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:26 AM | Comment permalink Dr Vaine, my manager wants our people to share their knowledge. Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:49 AM | Comment permalink Hi Steve!!!

Green Chameleon » Explaining KM #2

Green Chameleon

Posted on August 04, 2006 at 06:33 PM | Comment permalink Matt Moore Love it. Posted on August 07, 2006 at 02:46 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Green Chameleon » Selling KM

Green Chameleon

Just like the dino, we do have individuals and groups in society who prefer staying put where-ever they are instead of moving away from the location where the meteor (read disaster) will fall.

Green Chameleon » Folksonomies and Rich Serendipity

Green Chameleon

People habitually collect and arrange for themselves what Vander Wal calls “personal infoclouds&# and these arrangements reflect a meaningful perspective on knowledge ( Vander Wal 2006 ). The teacher gave her several word cards and asked her to organize them into groups.

Collaborative Thinking: WebEx Connect: Tough Decisions Ahead For Large Enterprises

Collaborative Thinking

Mathemagenic Microsoft Knowledge Network Team Blog Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog Microsoft Team RSS Blog Microsoft Unified Communications Group Team Blog Nicholas Carr Peter OKelly Peter Saint-André Rashmi Sinha Robin Good Solution Watch Stowe Boyd Techcrunch You’re It!

Green Chameleon » The Motivation to Participate in Communities

Green Chameleon

Awie Posted on July 31, 2006 at 01:38 PM | Comment permalink Patrick I agree, Awie, this framework is only the start of a journey. An identity is a “carrier&# or an “expressor&# of values (among other things), and it also links individuals to social groups such as communities.

Collaborative Thinking: Adobe Expands Acrobat Family with New Acrobat Connect Product Line

Collaborative Thinking

Mathemagenic Microsoft Knowledge Network Team Blog Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog Microsoft Team RSS Blog Microsoft Unified Communications Group Team Blog Nicholas Carr Peter OKelly Peter Saint-André Rashmi Sinha Robin Good Solution Watch Stowe Boyd Techcrunch You’re It!

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Borges’ list is reproduced on wikipedia at [link] Posted on June 23, 2006 at 10:11 AM | Comment permalink Matt Moore Love the diagram. Think i will steal it… Posted on June 27, 2006 at 07:50 AM | Comment permalink Patrick With due credit I hope Glad you liked it!

Training courses, linking people and community

Joitske Hulsebosch

So, groups of participants had to collaborate in preparing a brief questionnaire on experience of Organizational Partnership which they were to send by email to organizations in their particular field (HIV/AIDS, Rural Poverty or Social Exclusion) and post the results online in the course space.

Collaborative Thinking: Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast

Collaborative Thinking

July 16, 2006 in Communication , RSS | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Technology: I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Joitske Hulsebosch

I'm very proud to link to a new group blog I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate , of the e-collaboration group that I co-facilitate on behalf of IICD. Interested people meet quarterly, exchange by Dgroup, and now the group has a new public space by means of this blog.

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Green Chameleon » Arcehtypes Online: Flame Warriors Unveiled

Green Chameleon

Thanks to Stephen Thorpe of the onlinefacilitation group for this link. I have the same approach but in my experience 7 groups… By Tim Suoer great, such a fun United Nations group.

Practical examples: the community of practice of ICT4D trainers

Joitske Hulsebosch

In July, a first meeting was organized for a group of interested trainers in Zambia. Her response is, organise for getting to know eachother by means of storytelling exercises and facilitate peer assists in small groups.

Green Chameleon » Why Do We Share Knowledge?

Green Chameleon

Cheers, Awie Posted on July 08, 2006 at 11:53 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Thanks for giving this so much attention Awie Maybe I should clarify my point on the 5 examples where examining motive seems non-useful.

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Cheers, Awie Posted on July 08, 2006 at 11:53 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Thanks for giving this so much attention Awie Maybe I should clarify my point on the 5 examples where examining motive seems non-useful.

Patience as a new cultural dimension?

Joitske Hulsebosch

Individualism (IDV) on the one side versus its opposite, collectivism, that is the degree to which individuals are inte-grated into groups. The word 'collectivism' in this sense has no political meaning: it refers to the group, not to the state.

Technology: Great Britain's classification of ICT users

Joitske Hulsebosch

E-experts It's not really linked to age-differences, though from the group of e-professionals it is said these are mostly young people.

Technology: gathering on 'online kennisdelen' organised by oneworld

Joitske Hulsebosch

Which is different from the way I mostly look at some of these tools, as supporting (small) groups in their communication and learning efforts. Because of the longer attachment to one domain and with a (growing) group, we are able create more exchanges which build on each other

Communities of practice during the Global Development Learning Forum

Joitske Hulsebosch

But as a result of the small group size, we had very lively discussions. In this way, we focused on how to motivate learning in these groups. Photo of discussion during the World Cafe, shared by Erik Johnson Originally uploaded by joitske.

Communities of practice: comm.unities.of.prac.tice 2.0

Joitske Hulsebosch

Students were experimenting with blogs, wikis and social bookmarking and he interviewed them individually and did focus group interviews. The setting in which the tools were used were small familiar groups and all were master students, using the tools in an educational setting.

Mathemagenic: learning and KM insights - Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Delicious/choconancy/community

Lilia shares some ideas about technologies for communities - definitions, group/community development paths, personal vs social and digital traces. Dang, I would love to take three months.

Blogging and communities from Knowledge Jolt with Jack

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Blogging and communities How can communities, which are purpose-driven and group-driven, be supported by blogs, which are solo-user-driven? I gave a presentation on this topic last Tuesday to the SIKM Leaders ("KM leaders from system integrators and consultants") group, which meets once a month on the phone. They are groups of people who explicitly come together for a common reason.

Communities of practice: rhythm and rituals

Joitske Hulsebosch

It was saturday evening, actually don't know whether they do it every evening or just on saturdays, but the atmosphere was great, on the way back the square was completely full of people who had joined this group.

Practical examples: Rede Nos in Brasil and PEM-Pal in Eastern Europe

Joitske Hulsebosch

During the question and answer session a participant asked about the cultural sensitivity to the target groups. The virtual medium for discussion seemed to work as a leveling mechanism for this group.

Culture and stereotypes

Joitske Hulsebosch

From the site: ' A stereotype is a belief that members of a group generally possess some characteristic (for example, the belief that women are typically nurturing).

Technology: gaming communities

Joitske Hulsebosch

Marinka shared some interesting observations, like the observation that there is a gap in the age group of 40-50, but that there exists a group of people above the age of 60 who is really involved in gaming.