Work Stream #4 – Speaking at Client Events


Social Collaboration: ‘ Cooperation vs. Collaboration, how can we differentiate between one and the other when we have got (virtual) teams, networks and communities making smarter use of social tools and still make sense out of it all? ’ .

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Kudos to Pilot on NZ 404 Today

Michael Sampson - Currents

There are, of course, parallels to collaboration and user adoption: - Getting in the same room as your collaborators and talking through the issues can be very powerful. It's in line with what I said yesterday about virtual teams at BP and coaching as a highly-effective user adoption strategy - get out there and work with the people you are trying to make successful. Collaboration User Adoption

2011 124

Work Stream #1 – Learning Is the Work


And begin work with them in executing such initial framework as we move further along, if the client agrees, of course. This usually happens when second, third or fourth waves of knowledge workers don’t follow the initial rage from the so-called early adopters group.

2016 164

A World Without Email - Year 2, Week 7 (Open Enterprise 2009 with Oliver Marks)


Believe me, a very much worth while initiative to follow up on if you would want to figure out where the corporate world is with their adoption of social software in the enterprise (Enterprise 2.0).

2009 169

Social Identity Applications: Manage Your Career Online


To be fair, social media captured a lot of what was finally maturing: photo sharing sites like Flickr , video sharing like YouTube , professional networks like LinkedIn , and of course getting friend requests from Grandma as Facebook went from avant garde to ubiquity. And, of course, we cannot escape Twitter gaining popularity for its service instead of its famous fail whale. Successful policy professionals will likely adopt the strict separation approach.

A Journey In Social Media: Passion: The Secret Ingredient?

John Tropea - Delicious Community

We spend a lot of time as a team debating why certain people are getting proficient at social media (or 2.0 And, of course, the totally irreverant discussion around who EMC should buy next. And after some pondering, I explained because everyone that was on the team (which by the way were all volunteers) were there because they wanted to be there.

2008 28

Measuring Community Strength | Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Community

communities&# from the perspective of employee communities (related to virtual teams and communities of practice) as well as customer communities (related to interactive marketing practices). But this is not a community — it’s a team. Adoption in the Enterprise.

2010 55

Collaborative Thinking: The Enterprise In A Networked World

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The tone of my commentary regarding SharePoint was in part influenced by the extreme product-centric view the authors adopted regarding social networking (which is just so incredibly short-sighted). Of course, its not just Microsoft, most vendors see their own platform as owning (a.k.a. There is a greater need for expertise within project teams that are knowledgeable about ethnography, anthropology, and research methods such as contextual inquiry.

2007 28

Classification of Enterprise 2.0 use cases

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Supporting & enhancing ad-hoc collaboration (Collaboration 2.0) : This is about supporting ad-hoc initiated team working to solve issues and problems that go beyond the pre-defined scope of problems or issues. Virtual Teams collaboration. With the credits of course!

2009 38

Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

review team—which included members from. technologies such as virtual workspaces, social networking tools, web conferencing. other early adopters are now bringing these. Companies that successfully adopt new. and virtual companies), have put collaboration in. tools, including blogs, virtual workspaces, wikis, desktop video, telepresence conferences, web. adopted the Cisco Collaboration Framework. teams—and thesecapabilities make the basics of.

The tension in collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In particular, teams that work collaboratively can obtain greater resources, recognition and reward when facing competition for finite resources.” Put another way, it is a case of more control versus less control, more spontaneity versus less, or even greater adoption of change or not.

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