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The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

Integrate Community Into The Fabric of the Organization. To have any chance of long term success with customer communities, mindsets have to evolve beyond a fixation on cost savings to a more enlightened view of communities as a valuable catalyst for growth.

2019 46

Introducing Lobbi – with bold aims to change politics locally and globally

Social Reporter

Steven is particularly informative on the hard slog of achieving an inclusive approach , which may come more by knocking on doors and using email lists than new social tech functions. Map existing assets and networks, and concentrate on community building.

2013 192

What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Would knowledge then become a trade-able asset? There are at least four asset- dimensions involved in transactions – objects, ideas/conversations, relationships, and purpose. People are NOT an asset. The relationships between people are the organization’s asset.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Second challenge – Integrating diverse skill sets. The basis of competition is shifting from structural and physical asset advantages to advantages based on intangible assets – intellectual property, networks and brand – all of these hinge on talent.

2007 77

More on Trust in the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The sixth looked more specifically at the role of trust in the social enterprise, and raised the possibility of using social objects as catalysts for building tacit trust. That’s why I joined, with its unique integrated corporate philanthropy model. John Hagel and later Brooks Jordan underlined the need for a holistic approach [Brooks, incidentally, Im a big fan of Christopher Alexander , have signed copies of A Pattern Language and The Nature of Order.

2012 57

Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Besides the innovation communities mentioned, there are two other types which - under the right conditions - may become powerful catalysts and direct contributors to radical and disruptive innovation. The convener of such communities is frequently a catalyst for transformation, motivated by developing new, creative and collective capabilities. The community of practice will encourage connections between members - creating a knowledge network - as well as collection of assets”.12

The FASTForward Blog " Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Much of the attention and effort centred on integrated information systems and specialized information technology that combined enabled the categorization, archiving and easy access to documents and other codified knowledge. This means that a much-needed role and focus is as a catalyst and facilitator of connections, helping others see why it is now this way and how things work 3. Knowledge transfer is self-assembling and self-organizing.

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