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Building Social Business: Connecting, Sharing and Collaborating

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Pages Home About Gautam Indian HR Blogs Indian Social Media Strategists Linkbar Articles Media Mentions Thoughts Quora Facebook Twitter HR Community Welcome Follow @GautamGhosh May 19, 2011 Connecting, Sharing and Collaborating Tweet What causes people to connect with each other?

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Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Belong Together?

Green Chameleon

The actKM discussion group occasionally ascends into agreeable festive banter, and our 2006 pre-Christmas season is no exception. Posted on December 11, 2006 at 04:58 AM | Comment permalink Patrick I’d be happy to learn of a positive sense in this context - babble comes from the story of “Babel&# which generally depicts lack of common language as destructive to coordinated effort and common ground.

IBM Verse – It’s Here

Michael Sampson - Currents

I have some reactions to IBM Verse that I would like to share in this blog post. There were a few other testers who posted comments on their early experiences, and a couple who shared their experiences with me privately. Collaboration Analytics Collaboration Software IBM Connections

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

Collaborative Thinking

Despite the drop in share price, this is a very prudent move by the company.

Practical example: the tech forum in Kumasi

Joitske Hulsebosch

The idea was to advertise via a discussion list and see who's really interested in this - get people who are willing to invest in sharing. software developers from the private sector and technicians with a development task in an NGO.

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Collaborative Thinking: Socialtext Releases SocialPoint

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Blog Design Update | Main | Sametime 7.5 Socialtext Releases SocialPoint Best-of-Breed Wiki Integrated With Microsofts SharePoint Offers Enterprises Collaborative Platform for Sharing Work PALO ALTO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 30, 2006 -- Socialtext , the first wiki company and leading provider of Enterprise 2.0

Collaborative Thinking: Microsoft Eyes Future of Teleconferencing with RoundTable

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Reuters/Second Life US Congress launches probe into virtual economies | Main | Exchange Server 2007 Availability service » October 23, 2006 Microsoft Eyes Future of Teleconferencing with RoundTable Ive tracked the development of RoundTable for some time. We do little to help people capture, organize, share etc this type of collaboration and exchange of know-how.

Green Chameleon » Waking Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon

And the technology focus in conferences is not surprising (the vendors who sponsor the conferences sell mostly software) – but we are still very far from intelligent design and use of technology at an enterprise level for KM – the technology is still very mechanistic for what is essentially a naturalistic discipline.

Green Chameleon » A Brief History of Arrangement

Green Chameleon

They could be grouped according to the environments that they shared (eg air, land or water). I think the concepts in the article can be applied to understanding why some software manuals are so awful. Posted on September 25, 2006 at 08:52 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Lambe I like your example of the manuals, Larry (may I borrow that example in future?), Posted on September 25, 2006 at 01:33 PM | Comment permalink Godfried Augenbroe I enjoyed this article enormously.

State of the Collaborative- Peer- Sharing Economy #sharenyc

21st Century Organization

For me the Collaborative Peer and Sharing Economy Summit (CPSE) convened at NYU Stern May 30, 2014 saved the best for last with a closing statement from renowned venture capitalist Fred Wilson that turned our attention to the enabling technologies.

2010 Update on IBM Social Software Efforts: Part Two

Portals and KM

Jeff Schick, VP social software, mentioned that IBM Research has done a study on the implications of using social and infusing collaboration into commerce experience. They are connecting social with IBM commerce software. It provides informal workplace sharing and status messages.

Online meetings

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The tool: Teamspeak Teamspeak is a software application for online meetings. The next interview took place at July 3, 2006 with Dorine Ruter from ETC. Software installation is something that always needs to be done, whether you are using Skype or MSN or Teamspeak.

Collaboration Loop - Exploring Google Docs and Spreadsheets

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Continue Reading » Tags: Microsoft , Shared Workspaces , Social Neteworking Microsoft No Comments yet Feb 20th, 2009 | Janetti Chon Crowdsourcing the Enterprise 2.0 If done correctly, there is opportunity to grow market share and strengthen your brand and its positioning.

Collaboration Loop - Social Networks vs. Online Communities

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If done correctly, there is opportunity to grow market share and strengthen your brand and its positioning. Collaboration , SaaS 4 Comments Feb 9th, 2009 | Steve Wylie Go Virtual, Cut Costs and Be More Productive In 2006 there were 750 million virtual workers globally.

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog " Blog Archive " Communities of Practice and Their Business Value

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Anyway, in one of the e-mail exchanges Douglas actually shared with one a link to a web site there you would be able to watch a very interesting interview that details the true business value of Communities of Practice (a.k.a. Thanks, Douglas , for sharing the link !

Working together across distances

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

The tool: Groove Operating via a network, Groove Virtual Office software allows teams of people to work together as if they were in the same physical location, through their website. You can share files, track data and processes and get work done together with people who are not in the same location. The next interview took place at August 18, 2006 with Anja Panjwani from ETC. So we started looking for a place to share documents.

Managing courses or projects

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

According to their website: "Moodle is a course management system (CMS) - a free, Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities. The next interview took place at June 27, 2006 with Camillo Villa from HIVOS. The idea behind D-groups was to create a low-bandwidth working space, where people could share knowledge and work together. What is Moodle?

Anecdote: Three types of collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In Community Collaboration , there is a shared domain or area of interest, but the goal is more often on learning, rather than task. People share and build knowledge, rather than complete projects.

Cisco Community Central: Enterprise Social Software : Pushing The Reset Button On How We Look At “Collaboration”

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

To collaborate, the “right tools&# have been workspaces, discussion forums, shared document libraries, wikis, and even web conferencing. A sense of place of important because it creaed a shared commons, a central place for everyone to interact around and a single place to go for information. meme circa 2006. The influx of new vendors and new “enterprise social software&# (ESS) tools (e.g.,

Enterprise 2.0 Five Years Later: From Tools To Platforms To Ecosystems

Collaborative Thinking

In 2006, Andrew McAfee’s article on Enterprise 2.0, along with subsequent works, helped organizations think about how people use social software to more effectively share information and connect with one another. With an initial focus on tools (e.g., blogs, wikis), organizations undertaking “E2.0” initiatives began a long journey to improve the way employees build communities and collaborate on business activities.

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Review of Huddle - Part 1. What is Huddle?

Michael Sampson - Currents

Huddle offers whiteboards and discussion forums for sharing ideas between people. Huddle offers a variety of tools to support project management - such as document sharing, calendars, and tasks. Users have a profile page, for sharing information about themselves.

Don't Buy a Filing Cabinet If You Need a Heartbeat #sharepoint #yammer

Michael Sampson - Currents

When I started working here in 2006, everybody knew everybody and pretty much saw everybody everyday. There are new faculty members, new staff positions, new software and hardware, and our tight knit little community is fraying. What used to be shared by being together in person could now be shared by being together in the same virtual space. Collaboration Culture Collaboration Software

Collaboration vs sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing. A big part of the role of KM (or whatever you want to call it) is the development of shared contexts between groups within an organisation because without that shared context you cant transfer anything. Predicting what does need to shared (tricky).

Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"?

Collaborative Thinking

has been around since 2006. is the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers. Social software enables people to rendezvous, connect or collaborate through computer-mediated communication and to form online communities. Emergent means that the software is freeform, and that it contains mechanisms to let the patterns and structure inherent in people’s interactions become visible over time.

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What Social Media and Enterprise 2.0 Can Bring to HR Processes

Portals and KM

software firm, Bitrix.   I want to share with you a bit of my thoughts from that session. I first set some context with the classic 2006 McKinsey report on IT spending most of their budgets on transactions but the real business value is in the interactions between people and this area has been underinvested. Compensation and benefits: Now updated forms are shared more effectively. Last week I had the pleasure of doing a webinar with the enterprise 2.0

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socialwrite.com " Blog Archive " Wikis are not Social Software

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Home Work Contact RSS Apr 3 Wikis are not Social Software Just a quickie while this blog lives in the templateless limbo that it is now in. Good) Social Software on the other hand will focus on the personality above all else.

Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software | innovation Creators

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About Videos Whitepapers Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software October 10th, 2006 There is something very interesting happening in the field of enterprise technology. Ross Mayfield calls it Social Software in the Enterprise. It is called “ Emergence: the connected lives of ants, brains, cities and software “ As an economist, it appealed to me right away. Rod Boothby @ October 11th, 2006 Andy, Thank you for the question.

The Foreword for Doing Business with IBM Connections (2013) - by Jeff Schick

Michael Sampson - Currents

I joined the Lotus team in 2006 to create the next generation of collaboration product that IBM would bring to market. The thinking at the time was that it was becoming easier and easier to publish and share information on the Internet and that this same phenomenon, if applied to the business enterprise, would really help people do their work. At the time, fledgling social networks on the Internet were so easy to use that even non-technical people could post and share content.

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Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Improving the way people can better share information, coordinate activities and collaborate during periods of change is a topic I’ve studied from a technology perspective many years. McAfee adopts a technology-centric view in his 2006 article of how social tools benefit organizations.

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Social Business Begins by Unleashing Your Business Talent


the huge amount of hidden talent of your workforce by empowering them to make best use of social software tools! For years, IBM’s IT office had a file-sharing service in place, but hardly anyone used it.

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Google Plus – One Social Networking Tool to Rule Them All


So since a bunch of folks have asked me to share my thoughts about the overall user experience I thought I would put together this particular blog entry where I could describe a little bit what it is like: well, to me, it’s like being all over 2007, once again!

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Thinking about the Big Shift and the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

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I think it was about three years ago that I first came across the Shift Index ; I’d been reading about it in the blogosphere for a while, somewhat idly, my natural curiosity aroused; John Hagel , John Seely Brown and Lang Davison had begun to share their findings in public, and I’d found them intriguing. [Id I shall therefore try and share them here very briefly, so as to provide you with the context for the crux of this post. The cost sharing is surely key?

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OutStart’s Participate Enables the Social Side of Enterprise Work Processes

Portals and KM

I recently spoke with Mike Gregory about Participate, OutStart's Social Business Software. It integrates social networking, collaboration, and knowledge sharing technologies in a secure managed environment.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

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Most sites support the maintenance of pre-existing social networks, but others help strangers connect based on shared interests, political views, or activities. Some have photo-sharing or video-sharing capabilities; others have built-in blogging and instant messaging technology.

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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. Ill share a recent example on our Qontext internal network.

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An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos

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There are two ways to go about encouraging adoption of social software: fostering grassroots behaviours which develop organically from the bottom-up; or via top-down instruction. What needs do these people share? What specific problems does social software solve?

Communities and Collaboration » Maximising the power of collective knowledge

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Perceptions about learning and sharing in a virtual world by Steve Dale. Shared Services. Software. December 2006. November 2006. October 2006. September 2006. August 2006. July 2006. June 2006. May 2006. April 2006. March 2006. Stephen Dale's Posterous - Passionate about the social web, collaboration, learning, sharing and trying to make sense of an increasingly complex world.

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Collaboration Loop - Jive Software Launches New Edition of Clearspace X

John Tropea - Delicious Community

If done correctly, there is opportunity to grow market share and strengthen your brand and its positioning. Collaboration , SaaS 4 Comments Feb 9th, 2009 | Steve Wylie Go Virtual, Cut Costs and Be More Productive In 2006 there were 750 million virtual workers globally. Feb 20th, 2009 | Janetti Chon Crowdsourcing the Enterprise 2.0 Conference Session Since we build this conference for your attending pleasure, we want to hear from all of you which sessions are most appealing.

Boston E20 Notes: The Post-2.0 Era: Social in the Context of My Work

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was introduced in 2006. Innovations since 2006 since the E20 term came out: social network sites, smart phone and tablet apps, business apps using activity streams. It gets in the way of sharing and discovery. IT needs to provide leadership in the social software space and educate the business units on possibilities.  I am pleased to be back for my sixth Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. Here is a link to a summary of last year’s notes.

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