Community Building: How To Create Your Own Social Media Network With Ning - Robin Good's Latest News

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Print this article | Read this article in: | IT | ES | March 6, 2007 ? The next step is in defining who your target user-base is comprised of, and the information you think would be useful for them to share with other network members.

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Green Chameleon » KM is Shallow, Insular and “History”

Green Chameleon

He’s writing about three common flame-war starters in the information architecture (IA) community, the accusation that information architects are shallow dilettantes, exclusive, and already passe.

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eLearn: Best Practices - Online Course Design from a Communities-of-Practice Perspective

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Queensborough Community College/CUNY and Stevens Institute of Technology Learnscape Architecture (8/20/08) Jay Cross, Internet Time Group Tips for Delivering a Successful Online Experience (4/30/08) By Richard Watson, Technical Trainer and Instructional Designer How to Motivate Your Students (4/18/08) By Errol Craig Sull Usability Testing of E-Learning: Easy, Effective, Affordable (4/02/08) By Carol M. Best Practices How Will Online Courses Weather the Economic Downturn?

Online Community Unconference 2007 / Online Community Unconference 2007

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Workspace: Online Community Unconference 2007 Whats New Weblogs Loading. 374 Revisions Print Tools Export as HTML Export to PDF Export to Word Online Community Unconference 2007 hide Welcome to the Wiki for the Online Community Unconference. Bayne Webcast parts of the OCU 2007 conference live on BlogTV.com with her Webcam. Architecture Catholic Health Initiatives Christine Brumback Mgr.

Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Really Want to Share Knowledge?—Sharing as a Mating Game

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I took three months of posts, between July and September 2007, and analysed them for the identity of the posters, first by gender, and then by occupation. Posted on October 18, 2007 at 10:48 PM | Comment permalink I think to use the figures meaningful you would have to code for content.

Facebook cautionary tales: When Hubs Collide

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The outcome could be positive or negative, but the one making the connections has no idea what’s been opened up within the friends information permission architecture. Last night I was at a meetup at TechSoup for Online Community professional types, and there was an engineer from Facebook on hand. People were talking about the desire to spam for good causes within Facebook versus various privacy questions, when somebody told a fascinating story from a user perspective.

Next: Innovation Tools & Trends Social Networks -- or the "Informal Organization" -- at Work - BusinessWeek

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The survey calls the web of employees’ self-made connections within a company the “informal organization,&# but I’d argue that these are social networks, too.

Notes on "Success Factors for Implementing MOSS 2007 as a Large Scale ECM" (Helen Rayner, Telecom NZ)

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Helen and a couple of her colleagues (Ruth and Nadine) are talking on success factors for MOSS 2007 for ECM. Helen, Ruth and Nadine are in the Information Management group at Telecom NZ. There are three business groups up on the intranet today -- Information Management, Wholesale, and Chorus. clear roles and responsibilities, clear content ownership (everyone is responsible for their own information). - (4) the vision. Nadine talked about information architecture.

Collaborative Thinking: Social Networking (?) With Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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Platform Architectures. Notes From BEA Webinar On Web 2.0 & Enterprise Mashups » October 25, 2007. With Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Interesting - but I remain quite skeptical - especially regarding "MOSS 2007 as your default option for enabling and managing social networks for business use" But this document is the best effort Ive seen to-date to represent the capabilities that do exist into a social networking storyline.

Gilbane Group Blog: More on "engage and collaborate" vs. "command and control"

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Categories : Collaboration , Enterprise Blogs & Wikis Tags : Enterprise 2.0 , management , social software , wiki No TrackBacks TrackBack URL: [link] 2 Comments | Leave a comment Niall Cook | March 30, 2007 10:38 AM | Reply Agreed.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

October 2, 2007 PODCAST #1: An Interview with Chris Corrigan Capacity for: Actions: 1. My daughter and I bothsubscribe to StumbleUpon and well send each other interesting itemsand shell be all over it, so then for the next week well be talkingabout sacred architecture or quantum physics or Edgar Allan Poe [DAVE:So the focus is on helping her discover, rather than teaching?] Make thoserelationships a permanent part of what drives and informs your businessdecisions.

Publishing Enterprise Content To Facebook

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Day: Peripheral Vision: Detecting the Weak Signals That Will Make or Break Your Company Subscribe to this blogs feed « Unified Communications & Collaboration on Urgent Patient Cases | Main | Social Media Learning Curve » November 28, 2007 Publishing Enterprise Content To Facebook Innovative, perhaps foreshadowing things to come. at Online Information Conference The concept of Web 2.0 With the theme for the Online Information Conference 2007 being "Applying Web 2.0”

Talking and Walking Collaboration | Full Circle Associates

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An observation – there are architectures and cultures that encourage this. Serendipitous architecture. If you are looking for information about me or my company, click on the "About Full Circle" tab at the top of the site.

Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into an Enterprise Technology? - SaaS - Network Computing

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Oct 29, 2007 - By Andy Dornan Forget outsourcing. The original Web was based on a simple client-server architecture, designed for electronic publishing. is closer to the peer-to-peer architecture of the underlying Internet, designed for two-way communication. Whats more, our poll shows that interest in technologies like blogs, wikis and mashups has gone down during 2007, despite their explosive growth outside the firewall.

Turning E-Mail Into a Social Network

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Day: Peripheral Vision: Detecting the Weak Signals That Will Make or Break Your Company Subscribe to this blogs feed « The Virtual College Fair: Collaboration + Social Networks | Main | Unified Communications Is A Composite Market » November 15, 2007 Turning E-Mail Into a Social Network Sometimes consumer vendors (and people that cover consumer trends) can learn from enterprise software vendors and historical trends related to knowledge management and collaboration.

Review of Digital Workplace Trends 2013: Part Three – Selected Details

Portals and KM

Jane has conducted the annual surveys since 2006 and published reports every year since 2007. In the investment section, Jane reported that, “mobile is the priority area for investment for 2013-2014, with enterprise social networking and information architecture also at the top of the list.”

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Endless Knots: Teams of practice

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2007 Enterprise 2.0 collaborators | Main | December 07 book club: A Thousand Splendid Suns » Sunday, 11 November 2007 Teams of practice Weve been hanging out at the collaboration bar for a bit of time now, which means that weve seen a few different customers take stools, saying *theirs* is the only drink to order. Posted by: Rick Morris | Monday, 12 November 2007 at 10:28 AM Thanks for this, Rick. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

Headshift :: Social networks and innovation

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Project X Discussions: Collaboration is not Communication

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How Not to Bankrupt Your Organization With Information Management. Here are a couple of observations: They are not the same, I can exchange information often and not be collaborating. link] Posted by: Rex | June 02, 2007 at 06:42 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your Information (Name is required.

IBM SJ 46-4 | A model for CIO-led innovation

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Azua The CIO (chief information officer) organization at IBM has adopted the idea of a participatory Web and is engaged in leveraging employee talent to address the persistent information technology challenges facing global enterprises. Its goal was to seek a new approach to some important enterprise-wide challenges, such as information discovery, radical flexibility in the IT infrastructure, and adoption of best practices for common tasks.

The inside-out social network | FactoryCity

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Again, we’re in the beginning of all this now and there’ll be plenty of ill-informed people crying wolf about not wanting to join their accounts, or have unified reputation and so on, but that’s normal during the course of an inversion of norms. PUSH or PUSH-like information propagation, to be paired with the existing PULL, in order to bring speed to the platform. Library clips :: Blogosphere as a distributed social network :: December :: 2007 on Dec 13th at 5pm [.]

How to Hit the Enterprise 2.0 Bullseye

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and to specify a geographic area, but makes no further attempt to specify or standardize the information posted. Leave aside for the moment the fact that eHarmony automates the work of connecting people, and concentrate only on the fact that it requires them to supply a large amount of structured information. So cheap and powerful information technology of all kinds, 2.0

The ties that find

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and to specify a geographic area, but makes no further attempt to specify or standardize the information posted. Leave aside for the moment the fact that eHarmony automates the work of connecting people, and concentrate only on the fact that it requires them to supply a large amount of structured information. So cheap and powerful information technology of all kinds, 2.0

Vignette Collaboration

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Part of the foundation of the Vignette Web Experience Platform, Vignette Collaboration can contribute to business process improvements by fostering the free flow of information and ideas in an engaging and interactive environment. With Vignette Collaboration, content goes from mere data controlled by a few to a dynamic and valuable information asset that can be updated and delivered to numerous constituencies in real time.

About Full Circle | Full Circle Associates

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The Full Circle Philosophy To connect — connect people with ideas, information, services and other people. About Nancy White Facilitation, Community & Network Building Services Articles & Publications Trainings and Workshops Visual and Graphic Work Speaking, Presenting and Workshop Experience Nancy on Other Sites Privacy and Copyright 9 responses so far 9 Responses to “About Full Circle&# # Kariuki Waweru on 06 Dec 2007 at 1:20 am Hi, this is an interesting concept.

The Four Tenets of the Community Manager

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71 Comments so far Connie Bensen November 25th, 2007 8:39 am For Community Advocate I agree that the primary role is to represent customers, but I would add that the secondary function is to represent the company. jeremiah_owyang November 25th, 2007 10:06 am Curt Yes, that’s right.

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Share2011 - Turning the Tide - From Chaos to Clarity (Sarah Haase, Best Buy, USA)

Michael Sampson - Currents

in 2007, Sarah started to think about how to make a difference. the problem - a lack of vision, 90% using less than 5% of the functionality, and no information architecture. and existing users are welcomed to transition from SharePoint 2007 to 2010, but the controls are greater.

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Communities and Collaboration » Maximising the power of collective knowledge

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Information Management. December 2007. November 2007. October 2007. September 2007. August 2007. July 2007. June 2007. May 2007. April 2007. March 2007. February 2007. January 2007. We wanted to address the perennial issue of information overload, perhaps more accurately described as “filter failure”. filters could be established to improve the relevance of information received.

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CleverWorkarounds » The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix!

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Finally I outlined a simple mental model that I developed that I have found to be quite a useful method to look at collaboration more holistically and help with the user engagement and information architecture aspects of SharePoint governance. Information Architecture.

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Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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Satmetrics (Formerly Informative) “Marketing 2.0 Informative provides interactive market solutions that engage customers and identify their top priorities.&# Update March 5th, 2007: The list continues to grow from email and comment submissions.

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The art of managing knowledge management

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Social Architecture Sustainable KM: The Challenges (Part 3) There Are Only Three Corporate Strategy Diagrams i. ► March (4) What I'm Reading: Late for Work What is Knowledge Architecture (the Short Version). This is particularly true of strategies and architectures.

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

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At 2020 Social , we use a simple Engagement Architecture framework for designing social platforms, including online communities. The Connector is a person on the community who is a curator of information either through bookmarking or off-line knowledge gathering. They add great value to networks by answering individuals questions with responses like "heres where you can find this information." Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0

Systems Thinking and Complexity 101

How to Save the World

How does this new database fit with existing IT architecture and how might it most effectively be accessed? The exploration might reveal that knowledge is already being shared generously, through mostly-informal iterative context-rich conversations.

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Social Innovation Meetup: “Exploring Labs for Social Change” – presentation notes

Making CommunitySense

In 2007, all hell broke loose after the Kenyan elections, resulting in many riots and murders. We need to understand the interconnected nature – the “architecture” – of issues, solutions, and decisions.

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Understanding the difference between Forums, Blogs, and Social Networks

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These are great tools to get people of like interest to connect to each other and share information.

About Full Circle | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Full Circle Philosophy To connect — connect people with ideas, information, services and other people. About Nancy White Facilitation, Community & Network Building Services Articles & Publications Trainings and Workshops Visual and Graphic Work Speaking, Presenting and Workshop Experience Nancy on Other Sites Privacy and Copyright 9 responses so far 9 Responses to “About Full Circle&# # Kariuki Waweru on 06 Dec 2007 at 1:20 am Hi, this is an interesting concept.

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

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Read More] Tracked on Mar 15, 2004 7:43:57 AM » Dunbars Number from Information Is Not Knowledge I found this article on the Dunbar Number as a limit to group sizes by Christopher Allen via Many to Many. Read More] Tracked on Mar 12, 2007 2:00:28 PM Comments Excellent analysis!!!

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Case Study: Find It With SharePoint Search (Mike Brannon, National Gypsum) - Share 2012, Atlanta

Michael Sampson - Currents

the situation - information overload, e-discovery (for law suits). SharePoint 2010 is a big step past 2007. information architecture - bring metadata and search together. The inaugural Share conference in the United States is almost done. There is one final track session, the keynote, and then the SharePint (thankfully there will be Sprite available) - don't forget the post-conference workshops tomorrow though. I'm attending Mike Brannon's session on SharePoint search.

The Primal Forces that Drive Social Networks | Digital Tonto

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As with any transformation on a grand scale, a plethora of consultants, gurus, blogs, and how-to books have risen to meet the demand for information about the social revolution. Granovetter surmised that it is through weak ties that information is largely distributed. People want to connect: Connections between communities naturally grow over time for the same reasons that information wants to be free and dictatorships are expensive to maintain.

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