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Understanding where you are, not where you think you are: some tips and a process

Chris Corrigan

A recent report by Strategy& suggests being more agile requires a clear focus on two attributes of ‘strategic responsiveness’ and ‘organizational flexibility’ being built into the design of the larger organizations so they can move far quicker as conditions change.

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NTEN’s We Are Media Project | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

There is a veritable blossoming of projects to help people learn about and adopt social media these days. The We Are Media Project is a community of people from nonprofits who are interested in learning and teaching about how social media strategies and tools can enable nonprofit organizations to create, compile, and distribute their stories and change the world.

Limiting beliefs

Chris Corrigan

in most of our leadership training work and our strategic work with Harvest Moon , we devote at least a half day to working with limiting beleifs using a process developed by Byron Katie called simply The Work. Cynefin Facilitation Leadership Practice

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“Square” Pegs Mobile Payments – Round Hole Still Not Filled

Alchemy of Change

Many of Square’s early adopters are really small-scale, local merchants who now operate in the cash economy. Mail as a quirky distraction, but it turned out to be a brilliant market-bridging strategy.

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Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Social Media Strategy Planning & Measurement – What’s Working? As people responsible for getting things done in your organization, you know the value of having a clear strategy and a way of evaluating if your strategy is working.

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

Informal and voluntary learning becomes a key strategy to move faster than we can accommodate with formally constructed training initiatives. ′ or ’social networking’) which allow an individual to build a unique online presence and profile including what they know; and, they facilitate connections between individual users, allowing each user to build a personal network around a knowledge area. Use this to inform your subsequent learning strategies.

Challenge: SharePoint and NGOs/NonProfits -go or no go? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Eugenio on 13 Apr 2009 at 6:39 am Jay’s points about SharePoint not being a collaboration tool out of the box and reinforcing the dependency on Office are true and perfectly in line with Microsoft business practice and strategy to lock in every customer (or users) to its closed platforms.

From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Informal and voluntary learning becomes a key strategy to move faster than we can accommodate with formally constructed training initiatives. ′ or ’social networking’) which allow an individual to build a unique online presence and profile including what they know; and, they facilitate connections between individual users, allowing each user to build a personal network around a knowledge area. Use this to inform your subsequent learning strategies.

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Full Circle Associates " Notes from the Seattle Online Community Meetup

John Tropea - Delicious Community

In international NGOs and NPOs, this doesn’t really help advance the cause…I told some stories about work I’m doing, people asked me specifically about adoption patterns of wiki use and behaviors, etc. Have to facilitate it over and over again. Don’t chase tech early adopters.

Key success factor for Enterprise 2.0: Finding new roles for middle management - LLiu's Community Zen Master Blog - CommunityZenMaster.com

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Posted Jun 09 2009, 01:25 PM by Lawrence Liu Filed under: Strategy , Enterprise 2.0 , Telligent Business Community Comments Richard Harbridge wrote re: Key success factor for Enterprise 2.0: Simply because when we have meetings etc in person we still need facilitators. Home About Blog Contact LLiu's Community Zen Master Blog » Key success factor for Enterprise 2.0: Finding new roles for middle management Jun 09 Key success factor for Enterprise 2.0:

Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Disruptive innovators - or as strategy guru Gary Hamel calls them, the “revolutionaries” - are people who developed talents in multiple disciplines and use them for disrupting wasteful practices in business and society. For example, at AT&T, strategic communities of practice were asked to develop technology strategy recommendations in their area of expertise. In both forms, they are facilitated for generating breakthrough insights and innovative ideas that can be implemented.