Help! What’s the Next Big Thing in Knowledge Management?

Social Reporter

I could do with some help on this topic because tomorrow I’m running a workshop at the big annual KM event run by the Ark Group - KIMPS09 - and I’m not a specialist in the topic. They are OK with data and project reporting systems - but apparently the boss has heard social media is the next big thing. They may be variously called community manager, technology steward, digital mentor, social reporter … and it’s unlikely one support person can do it all.

A Certain Sentiment in the Air

Green Chameleon

Social media (including blogs, discussion groups, private emails, etc) and mainstream press (web pages, newswires, announcements, etc) are full of quirky, subtle cues about people's attitudes and opinions. Can machines understand the feelings expressed in text?

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If the US State Department Can Use Wikis and Blogs Effectively, So Can Your Organization ?

Green Chameleon

There continues to be much debate about whether and how to use social tools and social computing in organizations, and the effectiveness of open cultures and co-creation in order to foster innovation, flexibility, resiliency and responsiveness (see, for example, Bill Ives’ recent post titled The Next Step In Open Innovation From McKinsey ). Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages

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Enterprise 2.0 Report: Intranet Collaboration Features and Social Networking

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Social Software on Intranets A Report From the Front Lines of Enterprise Community, Collaboration, and Social Networking Projects 168 pages, PDF format Download Report (from eSellerate) $298 for a single report, $598 for the report and a site license to make copies within your organization and place on your own intranet. (No Case Studies Findings Its Not Just About Tools, But Tools Do Matter Gently Guiding Users, Integrating Social Features Content-is-King 2.0

Getting started with enterprise social networking :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Getting started with enterprise social networking Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking at the annual Online Information conference in London, filling for Richard Denison from BT who was otherwise engaged. I tried to stick roughly to the topic he had planned to cover, which was online social networking inside the enterprise. Getting Started with business social networking View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Social search and expertise location.

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The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog: Economic Downturn: Putting a Dollar Figure on the Value of Enterprise 2.0 for Companies

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog A resource and viewpoint from Connectbeam on how social computing is changing the way we work. industry, this is indeed the time to demonstrate the business case of social software.

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Some things about KM that we now know are wrong

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Once we gave Contributors the choice about how to share their knowledge and experience, we found that they were more likely to contribute using these social options , since they realized that the result would be fewer emails, IMs and phone calls asking for their basic expertise. Read my blog.”… “Check out my bookmarks.”… “Look at my activity templates.”… “Read my community forum.” Surely law firms (even those without social networking tools) should have a head start in this area.

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Collaboration Loop - Social Networks vs. Online Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Continue Reading » Collaboration , Mobility 6 Comments Feb 6th, 2009 | Venkatesh Rao Grown Up Digital, by Don Tapscott Since my ongoing series on a social media capability maturity model looks like it is going to be quite a trek, I thought I’d throw in some variety.

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Zude May Be A Better Netvibes

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Thus, Zude can serve as anything form a simple personal site, to a tribute to your favorite band, or become the “ultimate mashup” where you combine information from all of your social networking profiles, blogs, widgets, and favorite web sites. The company’s business model is straight-forward – with a free account, your page will have advertising, but if you pay an annual fee (likely $25), it will not. creating your own websites and merging your various social networking accounts.

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Endless Knots: Teams of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

So it was that the Army held its 3rd Annual Knowledge Management Conference last week, where we, along with Dr. Dixon and others, gave talks, ours titled The Transformational Power of Networks, Teamnets and Virtual Teams. But their secondary purpose is learning, with perhaps a triple MOE, growth of team capability, development of individual expertise through social learning, and support of organizational learning through team problem solving, peer assists and best practice.

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Collaboration Loop - Jive Software Launches New Edition of Clearspace X

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Continue Reading » Collaboration , Mobility 6 Comments Feb 6th, 2009 | Venkatesh Rao Grown Up Digital, by Don Tapscott Since my ongoing series on a social media capability maturity model looks like it is going to be quite a trek, I thought I’d throw in some variety. It focuses on social tools and technologies that help make companies more creative, agile and productive. Subscribe RSS Feed Recent Comments Andrea Baker on What is Social Bookmarking & Twitter?