Ten leading platforms for creating online communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

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Work Stream #4 – Speaking at Client Events

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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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Social Identity Applications: Manage Your Career Online

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As the (sadly often true) scare stories of drunken frat photos coming back to harm newly-minted college grads in their first job interviews suggest, what you do online forms an identity you have, every bit as much as your name, resume, and social interactions at work might have previously. Blogs have long been important for creating online identities, as previously-unknown people became pundits in their own rights simply by blogging. Maybe you should get an update online right now.

Work Stream #1 – Learning Is the Work

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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. Collaboration Communities elsua Employee Engagement Enterprise2.0

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In a virtual world, what do we mean by “Community”? « Driving innovation in a digital world

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Home About Archives Driving innovation in a digital world Feeds: Posts Comments In a virtual world, what do we mean by “Community&# ? December 1, 2009 by sourcepov Back in the day, when tribes were really tribes , the most critical need within a community was survival.

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