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Lessons on the hard job of designing communities in the organization | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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Home About Contact Categories About blogosphere about france About me About this blog Books I read Case management Collaborative practices Communication Communities Corporate blogging economy enterprise 2.0 Most organizations are not comfortable with this approach.

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A Methodology for Web 2.0 Collaboration Experiments (in Reluctant Organizations)

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Collaboration Experiments (in Reluctant Organizations) I vebeen having a lot of conversations lately about how to helporganizations become more effective at enabling collaboration. Thepeople I know who have tried to do this keep running into three walls: Whatsperceived as urgent in most organizations (i.e. Youcant change an organizations culture (short of firing everyone andstarting over with new managers and staff).

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

In reality our minds are the battleground between our bodies organs, which invented and co-evolved our minds as their problem detection system, and our society, which seeks to co-opt ourminds to (as ee cummings put it) "make us everybody else" as part of acollective army to fight that societys imagined enemies. I amcoming to believe that our bodies organs co-evolved our minds for apurpose other than their immediate and selfish self-protection.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Collaboration Experiments (in Reluctant Organizations) I vebeen having a lot of conversations lately about how to helporganizations become more effective at enabling collaboration. Thepeople I know who have tried to do this keep running into three walls: Whatsperceived as urgent in most organizations (i.e. Youcant change an organizations culture (short of firing everyone andstarting over with new managers and staff).

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From workplace courses to global conversations

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Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Aug 27 2008 From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White Published by Nancy White at 6:42 am under communities of practice , learning This is an article that Josien Kapma and I wrote for the Dutch journal, “Leren in Organisaties&#. How would an organization use such community and network work and learning?

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

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Haystack can also be used to help individuals within organizations connect with each other.&# FUSION combines social networking software with consumer generated media technology to provide a marketing and community building tool for brands, organizations, and other verticals.&#

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Introducing Social Networking Tools and Social Networking Analysis to Business: What To Do

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Using blogs accessible only within organizations was consideredby some to be self-defeating. Most organizations assumed their peoplejust didnt have time to keep or read blogs. In some organizations,social bookmarkers are used by librarians to create linked lists onsubjects of interest to professionals. Mindmaps: Used by quite a few organizations, but not really as a social networking tool. For getting resources forKM, they therefore have substantial PR value.

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Will Adam Smith drive businesses in the future ? I'm doubtful. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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I’m doubtful… May 11th, 2010 · View Comments · Organization & Management , enterprise 2.0 Share and Enjoy: Tags: adoption , enterprise 2.0 , organization , ssrendipity Related posts When 2.0

Green Chameleon » Intranet Governance Guide

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Don’t bank on being lucky – make your own luck, do the groundwork, be clear about how you want your intranet to perform for you, resource it properly and watch and cultivate it carefully. KM is subjective and the blogosphere provides a richer reading experience due to all the different and sometimes opposing perspectives expressed within it.

Thinking about the Big Shift and the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

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I think it was about three years ago that I first came across the Shift Index ; I’d been reading about it in the blogosphere for a while, somewhat idly, my natural curiosity aroused; John Hagel , John Seely Brown and Lang Davison had begun to share their findings in public, and I’d found them intriguing. [Id JP, fantastic post, very organic & thought provoking. In traditional organizations fixed process costs rise in tandem with revenues. Skip to content.

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Knowledge in the Workplace: Have It Your Way

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June 27, 2007 Knowledge in the Workplace: Have It Your Way I m trying to understand why social networking applications(and to some extent online research) are still not getting muchmainstream traction in organizations. Meanwhile,researchers and buyers of external databases continue to lament the underutilization of their skills and resources. This table also explains why people are deluged with too many e-mails,phone calls, teleconferences and meetings in most organizations.

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Green Chameleon » Serendipity, Inversion, Idiosyncratic Categories and Junk: Tools for KM?

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We contend that every reader is an amateur librarian, with a mental library organized according to a private cataloguing system that is never identical with that prescribed by the AACR2R (the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Revised).

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Sorry, but I'm not a member

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For instance, when the majority of its members face the same issue and they get organized to fix it or weight enough on the enterprise so it will fix it. What if organizations certified their employee’s digital ID ?

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Some collaboration lessons by John Chambers (Cisco) | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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Links for this week (weekly) → Some collaboration lessons by John Chambers (Cisco) April 29th, 2010 · View Comments · Collaborative practices , Organization & Management , social computing I already mentioned CISCO’s collaborative experience a long time ago. intangible assets Human resources Communication distributed innovation indicators value bluekiwi generation y web-2.0

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33 things to know about those who make your online social spaces live | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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he’s in charge of piloting at a systemic level a plan that aims at helping the organization to create value through social-media-based initiatives both internaly and externally (and cross-boundaries). • he’s not dreaming of becoming a star in the organization.

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Which governance for your internal communities ? | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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Some things we have to be aware of : - corporate authorities are certainly the most relevant people to create and manage spaces that are the carbon copy of the organization, of its org chart. People Centric Organizations ?

Community management Vs Socio-Collaborative management : how to make the right choice | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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facebook generation y hierarchy human-capital Human resources indicators informal-networks information Innovation intangible assets internet intranet intranet-2.0

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Sometimes you need a community manager. Sometimes a manager is enough. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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front page About Contact Subscribe ← Links for this week (weekly) People Centric Organizations ? A human entity can be both at the same time, but most of times, inside organizations, it’s one or the other. People Centric Organizations ?

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Using social software to reinvent the customer relationship | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

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Application , Productivity , Web 2.0 , Product Marketing , Customer Relationship Management (CRM) The elimination of decades of inadequate communication channels will suddenly unleash a tide of many opportunities, as well as challenges, for most organizations.

Sometimes you need a community manager. Sometimes a manager is enough. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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front page About Contact Subscribe ← Links for this week (weekly) People Centric Organizations ? A human entity can be both at the same time, but most of times, inside organizations, it’s one or the other.

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How to get results through social networks | Bertrand DUPERRIN's Notepad

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front page About Subscribe ← Webcom 2009 : My schedule My Webcom 2009 in a few words → How to get results through social networks May 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Organization & Management , Social Networking It’s been a while I haven’t shared one of my “paper&# readings. The most interesting book I’ve read these last months is Driving Results Through Social Networks: How Top Organizations Leverage Networks for Performance and Growth.

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Network or proximity ? Where’s the value for businesses ? | Bertrand DUPERRIN's Notepad

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Categories About blogosphere (2) about france (7) About me (1) About this blog (2) Collaborative practices (54) Communication (27) Communities (22) Corporate blogging (7) economy (2) enterprise 2.0 (156)

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Results from the 2009 Tribalization of Business Study

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Intelligencer, with pointers to the best commentary from around the blogosphere on marketing and innovation. For Email Marketing you can trust View our Archive Email Marketing by Constant Contact ® Recognition Twitter follow fgossieaux at [link] Contact Blogoculars © 2007 Emergence Marketing | Powered by WordPress | Theme by Bob Podcast Powered by podPress (v8.8).

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

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So when new research indicates that organizations with a formal onboarding process see 60 percent year-over-year improvement in revenue per full-time employee and 63 percent year-over-year improvement in customer satisfaction, you have to ask why.

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Organisation structure design is dead! ~ Management 2.0 developing social capital

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This will help ensure the organisation is able to mobilise the organisational support and resources necessary for execution. U Comment I Follow This Blog is part of the U Comment I Follow movement in the blogosphere.

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Teams vs. Communities

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Communities are mostly self-organized around a shared passion or around the need for people to help others and be helped. Bi-weekly Digest Sign up for our weekly (we try) email newsletter, MarketHum Intelligencer, with pointers to the best commentary from around the blogosphere on marketing and innovation.

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Now that everything we writeis archived online, what scrutiny, what unfair out-of-context youthfulwritings will be dredged up to embarrass and discredit politicians andcelebrities in a generation? The Three Seductions of Organized Religion: Absolution, salvation, and uncritical community. Are these why so many people continue to belong, evenfervently, to organized religions? Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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February 8, 2008 Friday Flashback: Figments of Reality T wo years ago, I wrote a two part review of Ian Stewart and Jack Cohens 1997 book Figments of Reality: Part One Part Two The compelling thesis of the book: Living species, including humans, are emergent properties of (what Daniel Dennett has labeled) the pandemonium of the bodys semi-autonomous processes -- We are a complicity of the separately-evolved creatures in our bodies organized for their mutual benefit i.e. we are an organism.

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By contrast, economic systems consider most of their constituent partsas resources, externalities to be used for the benefit of a small andhierarchical group of preferred interests. Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc.

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In answer to the first question (what works and what doesnt in change programs), John Kotter has said there are eight preconditions to leading change in organizations. My experience has been that real change in organizations rarely occurs by executive fiat.

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How to Save the World

Ina nutshell, the Paradox is that the more you plan and commit to certainstrategies for your organizations future, the more likely you are toachieve exceptional results, and the more likely you are to achievedisastrous results. But, if your expectations about the futureturn out to be very wrong, you will have over-committed your energiesand resources to the wrong things, and will lose big time. As aconsequence, organizations tend to be shy to commit to strategiesunequivocally.

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BT Web 2.0 adoption case study " Inside out

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We agreed to a nine-point action plan that involved things like: reviewing who in BT was already blogging; what the blogosphere had to say about BT; and what peer organisations were doing. In addition, what information governance model do you apply to organic, user-generated content.

Active Lurkers – The Hidden Asset in Online Communities

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Intelligencer, with pointers to the best commentary from around the blogosphere on marketing and innovation. For Email Marketing you can trust View our Archive Email Marketing by Constant Contact ® Recognition Twitter follow fgossieaux at [link] Contact Blogoculars © 2007 Emergence Marketing | Powered by WordPress | Theme by Bob Podcast Powered by podPress (v8.8).

How to Save the World

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The Three Seductions of Organized Religion: Absolution, salvation, and uncritical community. Are these why so many people continue to belong, evenfervently, to organized religions? Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

The Three Seductions of Organized Religion: Absolution, salvation, and uncritical community. Are these why so many people continue to belong, evenfervently, to organized religions? Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Facilitation or hosting?

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Facilitation comes from a mechanistic view of organizations, that they are machines that can be fixed. In effect most of the material I read in articles and the blogosphere, and most the presentations I witness at conferences fit within the dominant atomistic assumptions of anglo saxon tradition: the individual is seen as primary, with communities understood as aggregations of individual self-interest and needs.

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I also hinted that it doesnt meet a perceived urgentneed in organizations, but does in our broader society, and thatperhaps therefore (especially large) organizations will be the last,not the early, adopters of social networking. Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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The Evolving Role of the Information Professional: Since I listed the five major products of my new employer, somepeople have suggested that this list might define the new role of theinformation professional in all sorts of organizations. Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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The Evolving Role of the Information Professional: Since I listed the five major products of my new employer, somepeople have suggested that this list might define the new role of theinformation professional in all sorts of organizations. Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

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We agreed to a nine-point action plan that involved things like: reviewing who in BT was already blogging; what the blogosphere had to say about BT; and what peer organisations were doing. In addition, what information governance model do you apply to organic, user-generated content.

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But they dontunderstand the nature of complexity, and that complex events that poserisks to organizations cannot be analyzed into cause-and-effect, andcannot be accurately predicted, and therefore cannot be planned for,prevented, controlled or mitigated. Something that has apotential negative impact on the organizations performance orsustainability (its ability to continue to operate and meet itsobjectives indefinitely).

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But they dontunderstand the nature of complexity, and that complex events that poserisks to organizations cannot be analyzed into cause-and-effect, andcannot be accurately predicted, and therefore cannot be planned for,prevented, controlled or mitigated. Something that has apotential negative impact on the organizations performance orsustainability (its ability to continue to operate and meet itsobjectives indefinitely).

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I have tried to organize my networks, my fledgling communities ofpeople I love, so that I can spend as much time with these people aspossible. Im listening to: WHATTHE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF Blog readers want toseemore: - original research,surveys etc.

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