Through the Dark Mountain: A Harvest of Myths

How to Save the World

Here is the Harvest, in alphabetical order (grouping seemingly related myths, and some of their opposites): Activism: that well-coordinated activism at the right scale can change the world. Happiness as Purpose: that a happy life is a good life, and that achieving it is a worthy goal in life.

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

Chris Corrigan

These quotes reminded me how much evaluation and planning is directed towards goals, targets and patterns that cause us to look for data that supports what we want to see rather than learning what the data is telling us about what’s really going on. Adopt all of the the schemes.

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Why Social Business Keeps Failing to Deliver

Elsua

moniker, was killing the job market and current working conditions, because businesses were adopting this shift for the wrong reasons. Another example, when was it the last time that you were working only on a single project, with a single team, budget, mission scope, goals, etc.

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Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Like any good communications strategic planning, social media strategy takes into consideration goals and target audiences AND the technology implications. Whenever considering adopting a solution consider asking the following three questions. (1)

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

They require the diverse “ears&# of communities, the wider net of networks, seeking to make connections between people that advance our organization’s learning and goals. Identify specific, strategic knowledge transfer opportunities, applying learning to organizational goals. The idea is mature, and some early adopters are working on it, we like to think of them as the groundswell of the wave that will change everything.

Red-Tails in Love: Birdwatchers as a community of practice | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Open ended conversation – conversations that continue to rise and fall over time without a specific goal (i.e.

Darwin Ecosystem’s Awareness Engine™ Provides Enhanced eDiscovery within the Enterprise 2.0 and on the Web

Portals and KM

We are only beginning to figure out how to harvest this content. The enterprise version is also available to early adopters. Increasing awareness in context and finding related content is the goal of Darwin Ecosystem. The introduction of Web 2.0

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Shareable: A Shared Workspace Must Be Built Through Collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

We must adoption collaboration not just as a utility, but as an integral part of the process. When a team of people come together, there must be a motivating factor or goal, something that keeps the energy and input flowing towards the next step. Skip to Navigation. Register for Free!

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

Nancy White

Here’s the goal: Let’s look at these challenges and failures and figure out if… There is a way to make SharePoint work as a collaboration platform (as opposed to a content repository).

The Leading Virtually Digest, March 20, 2009

Leading Virtually

This is precisely why a new kind of leadership - virtual leadership - is necessary for teams and companies who want to adopt collaborative technologies. See what you can harvest from these technologies that helps you achieve a social goal! What: NYTimes article about Cisco’s showcasing its TelePresence system. Posts to which it is related: Supportive and Critical Communication in Virtual Teams , Improving Virtual Team Leadership Using Technology.

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

Nancy White

They require the diverse “ears&# of communities, the wider net of networks, seeking to make connections between people that advance our organization’s learning and goals. Identify specific, strategic knowledge transfer opportunities, applying learning to organizational goals. The idea is mature, and some early adopters are working on it, we like to think of them as the groundswell of the wave that will change everything.

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Communities Manifesto

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Communities can be created, led, and supported using TARGETs: Types, Activities, Requirements, Goals, Expectations, Tools. The community leader should know the subject, have energy for stimulating collaboration, have sufficient time to devote to leadership, and then regularly spend time meeting the SHAPE goals - Schedule, Host, Answer, Post, Expand (see section 10). If so, ask if you can take over the leadership, or harvest the membership list to start the new one.

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Internet Evolution - Executive Clan Editor's Blog - Social Net-Based Onboarding Boosts Productivity

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

And, if those companies that adopt social buddy system would eliminate the face to face mentor system. And I agree, being able to match similar interestes and job goals will be invaluable to connecting employees and getting work done faster.

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Communities Manifesto

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Communities can be created, led, and supported using TARGETs: Types, Activities, Requirements, Goals, Expectations, Tools. The community leader should know the subject, have energy for stimulating collaboration, have sufficient time to devote to leadership, and then regularly spend time meeting the SHAPE goals - Schedule, Host, Answer, Post, Expand (see section 10). If so, ask if you can take over the leadership, or harvest the membership list to start the new one.

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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

In successful implementations, all the key players have complimentary goals and objectives. While management in the most generic sense is “ simply the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals ,” middle management “ is a layer of management in an organization whose primary job responsibility is to monitor activities of subordinates while reporting to upper management.”

Classification of Enterprise 2.0 use cases

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Idea Harvesting. The goal is to design role-specific applications that support users efficiently and seamlessly, rather than forcing them to switch between multiple, disparate applications to accomplish work. Enterprise2Open Bonding the Enterprise 2.0 Community Home About E2.0

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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. Don’t chase tech early adopters.

Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Commercialization phase: real stories build trust and market acceptance When the innovation cycle turns into the commercialization stage, access to first-hand accounts of its successful uses by early adopters can accelerate innovation acceptance. Log in Other login options: Facebook Connect New to Scribd? Sign Up for a free account today Why Sign up? Start downloading documents right away. Publish your documents quickly and easily, share them with others, and manage or update them online!

REPOST: Do We Really Want to Know? (with first 50 reader comments appended)

How to Save the World

the need for more slaves on the farms to feed the new post-harvest automation. to automate harvesting, import foreign workers (or offshore the whole process to countries unconcerned with "moral evils"), or use the land for something more profitable and less labour-intensive. Obviously, if that's the goal your option (b) is the more likely and also prefered one. it is simply a lifestyle that some people decide to adopt.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

vera • 11/5/09; 10:54:54 AM # - Hey -- Obviously, if thats the goal your option (b) is the more likely andalso prefered one. Plowing kills critters, harvesters kill critters,runoff kills (the rivers and seas), the transportation kills (animalson the road) and so on. it is simply a lifestyle that somepeople decide to adopt. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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