OutStart’s Learning Content Management System Automates Key Components of Content Development

Portals and KM

I recently spoke with Mike Gregory about OutStart’s Learning Content Management System (LCMS). First, I asked Mike to explain the difference between an LMS and LCMS, as I have been familiar with LMS (Learning Management System) for some time. You can find learning content there and the LMS keeps track of usage. A LCMS then is like a factory where content is assembled from component parts. You can customize learning content by role (e.g.,

Prescient Releases the Social Intranet Study

Portals and KM

  Other tools followed with IM at 63% on the intranet, wikis at 61%, RSS at 56%, tagging at 51%, social networking at 43%, microblogging at 42%, podcasts at 39%, content ratings at 29%, social bookmarking at 23%, and mashups at 10%. SharePoint or WebSphere) are the most popular technology platforms at 34%, while 27% of intranets are powered by Content Management Systems (e.g. The ‘build it and they will come approach” will most likely lead to poor returns. 

News Updates (March 10, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The Breeze environment integrates an intranet, portal, and extranet and contains more than forty-plus business applications and processes that flow across 7 departments of an organization. The services that were included in Clearspace — such as shared documents, blogs, project management, and customers comments — are now part of Foundation, the core SBS product. The expected benefits to GM of a unified global approach are greater efficiency and lower costs. CorasWorks Breeze.

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Blog Cases from 2005: Jim McGee on Knowledge Work

Portals and KM

He had just joined the faculty at the Kellogg School of Management. He was teaching a course on managing the IT function and developing a course on knowledge management.   Before successfully launching his blog Jim had been experimenting with several other approaches to using web technologies as part of knowledge management when he was the Chief Knowledge Officer for Diamond Technology Partners, a strategy consulting firm he helped found in 1994.

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Circling Around To KM

Collaborative Thinking

Technology is the tail wagging the dog when it comes to knowledge management - it always has been. search, content management, portals. It began with search and content management systems, then portals, and now it's rooted in social software (if one limits social software to blogs, wikis, tags/bookmarks, feeds and social networking). So I find it very refreshing to come across posts like this: Back to First Principles for Knowledge Management.

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Green Chameleon » The Technology Question in KM Tools

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about The Technology Question in KM Tools In my recent posts I was rather focusing on some soft factors of implementing knowledge related activities, like suggestions for organising your knowledge or on how to promote knowledge management initiatives. In my years in working in collaboration, networking, records management, etc.

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Collaborative Thinking: Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Mashups

Collaborative Thinking

and Enterprise Mashups Moderator: Angelique Matheny, IBM Rational Software Speakers: Lauren Cooney, CTO Office, Information Management Group Sriram Padmanabhan, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Advanced Tech. Webcast Notes (I assume that replay information will appear at the site): The Good Need to move way from rigid applications to a more free-flowing approach is correct (synergistic with emergence, user-generated content, architecture of participation and other trends re: Enterprise 2.0)

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

This is software you can brand and integrate tightly into your existing domain. Build your community today and start generating incremental revenue from user generated content.&# with security, control, and content moderation. approach !

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Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into an Enterprise Technology? - SaaS - Network Computing

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Harris started with a mashup platform from Strike Iron, and found mashups such an effective way to integrate multiple Web services that he turned to Web-based service providers to replace in-house functions. The Latest Videos Hyper9 enables IT organizations to efficiently and effectively manage todays dynamic virtualized environment by providing visibility and control, all in an easy-to-navigate application.

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Supporting an online course

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Wageningen International uses an e-learning platform, which is defined and maintained using a Content Management System (CMS) What are the main options of the CMS? The system contains multiple websites, a library and there is a link to a discussion forum.

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Tomoye: Bringing Web 2.0 to Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

tools are focused on team collaboration and project management and execution. that have brought their process approach. Eric contrasted social forums with no focus on one extreme and content management systems with no engagement on the other.

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study " Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But what happens when you bring these tools into the constrained, policy-driven, risk-averse world of the corporate intranet where the user population is small, where expressing oneself as an individual and on a personal level can feel threatening, and where management is watching your every move?

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

So what are you, as the manager leading a Web 2.0 Intranets provide a placefor content providers in various parts of the organization to housetheir content somewhere visible to the whole organization, that theycan point to and say "I produced this; Im doing productive work".

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A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization

How to Save the World

internal content management systems) that serve up content almost no one uses. So what are you, as the manager leading a Web 2.0 They don't generally know (or, often, care) whether that content is of any use to anyone else in the organization.

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But what happens when you bring these tools into the constrained, policy-driven, risk-averse world of the corporate intranet where the user population is small, where expressing oneself as an individual and on a personal level can feel threatening, and where management is watching your every move?

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Conversely, in the enterprise tools space, users are of secondary importance and therefore there are few evolutionary pressures that can improve the generally poor quality tools and systems that IT departments force on the business. By contrast, Frederick Taylors 1911 theory of scientific management seems positively modern. A good place to start might be some kind of internal directory or personal profiles, perhaps integrating with corporate Active Directory or LDAP systems.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Dave Pollards papers on business innovation & knowledge management Friday, May 29, 2009 A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka So what are you, as the manager leading a Web 2.0 And all eight are aboutconnectivity, context, conversation and communication, not content.

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