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

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Links for this week (weekly) Links for this week (weekly) Lessons on the hard job of designing communities in the organization Jun 14 2011 Share Tweet Summary : If communities have a real value for organizations, there are still few certainties about their positioning and management.

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The Social Organization: Social Media is not Community

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The Social Organization About Rachel Social Media Metrics Social Media Examples Enterprise 2.0 2 - to create communities that extend their capabilities and engage their constituents in richer ways that results in higher retention, lower risk, increased ROI, and faster operational capacity.

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Beeline Labs " Blog Archive " Here Comes Everybody — Maybe

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What we help you do: Get people to pay attention to what you have to say and sell Change the rules of the game in your industry Increase the ROI for all your marketing programs Why us? Home Blog About Us Services News Contact Communities Marketing 2.0

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

How to Save the World

aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization. Many organizations and software developers are trying to cobble these on to the three lemons above to try to make these lemons less useless. How do you decide which ones are best for your organization?

Beeline Labs " Blog Archive " New online community study: what's working, what's in the way, advice from trenches

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Find out more and buy it at Lulu What we help you do: Get people to pay attention to what you have to say and sell Change the rules of the game in your industry Increase the ROI for all your marketing programs Why us? Home Blog About Us Services News Contact Communities Marketing 2.0

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The Social Organization: Do Enterprises Have the Patience to Develop Communities?

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The Social Organization About Rachel Social Media Metrics Social Media Examples Enterprise 2.0 Our collective attention and patience is adwindling resource. Communities are one of the hardest types of organizations tolaunch, develop, and sustain.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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E L S U A ~ A KM Blog " Blog Archive " Communities of Practice and Their Business Value

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Frannie gets to some of the key elements that make CoPs successful as organisms that allow people to get together in an informal way and share information much more willingly than through other traditional means put in place for knowledge sharing. A real good resource for my blog.

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E L S U A ~ A KM Blog by Luis Suarez " Blog Archive " APQC KM & Innovation 2007 - Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Management

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Overall the course itself was rather interesting and stimulating as we were able to come up with a number of good examples and resources on how to gather some metrics that could then be used to show the business value of KM within the business world.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization BLOG A Practical Guide toImplementing Web 2.0 (aka Some organizations were persuaded that, because the number of uniquevisitors to their site was substantial and growing, their site must beuseful.

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Full Circle Associates " More on community management (part 3 or "what's in a name")

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Part of this work has been to comb through resources and create some launch pads that are relevant to NGOs and non profits. Over time, most of this material will also be added to the every growing “ KS Toolkit ,&# another collaborative resource I’ve pointed to frequently.

NTEN’s We Are Media Project | Full Circle Associates

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Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Jul 27 2008 NTEN’s We Are Media Project Published by Nancy White at 1:25 pm under social media Beth Kanter is stewarding a very cool project for NTEN, We Are Media. The community will help identify and point to the best how-to guides and useful resources that cover all aspects of creating, aggregating, and distributing social media.

Community management: The 'essential' capability of successful Enterprise 2.0 efforts | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

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Some believe that to be authentic and to grow properly online communities should be as completely self-organized and “unmanaged&# as possible. In this vision they should be free of corporate heavy-handedness or even immediate business requirements, thereby allowed to grow organically and naturally to fruition without the chill of censorship or excessive expectation. Make a strong and early case for community management resources.

US Military Enterprise 2.0 Platform is Helping Coordinate Haiti Relief

Portals and KM

When you are determining ROI based on number of hospital beds filled and people who receive much needed food, the benefits take on a different meaning. The objective is to a create system that not only helps with particular disasters but also builds an archive of best practices, key people/organizations and useful information to better handle future needs, as well as a platform for efficient cooperation.

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Reality Check 2.0

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ITSinsider » Blog Archive » Reality Check 2.0. Assessing adoption is more critical and represents a type of ROI that is hard to determine - IT organizations usually follow a Plan-Build-Run framework that often means Plan-Build-Runaway after the system is deployed. of funding, resources, etc). . I love the title "Reality Check 2.0" but all credit should go to Susan (citation link below).

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An Update on the Online Community Research Network

Online Community Report

We have over 100 online community professionals from a healthy range of industries and organizations. Members get access to a wealth of content, including an archive of all OCRN research reports, and a library of community and social media best practice content.

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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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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Telligent Releases an Integrated Suite of Collaboration Tools with High Powered Metrics | The AppGap

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s products also includes enhancements that address the issues that have impeded the adoption of community-driven collaboration technologies in the enterprise, such as integration with existing business applications, manageability, ease-of-use, measurability and ROI.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to.

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The Iceberg Effect of Community Management

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Evangelizing within the sponsoring organization to generate more involvement and/or gain support. This dynamic is critical to keep in mind when thinking about resources and investment needed to manage a community.

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The Value of Community Management

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For sponsoring organizations who want something fairly specific to result in their community initiative then, not having community management comes with some degree of risk. If your sponsoring organization is giving you a hard time it just shows how much they do not understand.

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Making it Difficult to Join: The Case for Barriers to Participation

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Different people and organizations obviously have a wide range of different preferences, comfort levels, and contexts so choices about how they build their communities will vary considerably.

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Communication, communities and collaboration

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Find out more and register now New free web app from Intuit to help you get more done Do you need help in getting organized? Which development platform can help individuals and organizations build better online databases, Web based applications, and HR solutions?

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

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This is especially a problem for large companies seeking to organize virtual communities. Do they have the status and influence required to mobilize appropriate resources? To make it easy, I keep the same acronyms – ROA, ROI and ROS - but just attach different meanings.

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Seven misconceptions about corporate social networking - SmartPlanet

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These questions come from my friend Francois Gossieaux, who, along with co-author Ed Moran, has just published a new book that leads managers and business leaders through this new connected economy, titled The Hyper-Social Organization: Eclipse Your Competition by Leveraging Social Media.

Twelve best practices for online customer communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

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The most vibrant communities such as Dell’s or XMFan have a good relationship with at least a few key leaders in the sponsoring organization. It’s probably safe to say that customer communities are a solid marketing channel for an organization.

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

Its not the same thing – the 3 types of collaboration « Product Four

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I believe that it is critically important that we have a shared language to discuss and describe these different concepts if we are to make any progress toward enabling them in organizations. Product Four Solving hard problems (why e2.0 and web2.0

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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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The AppGap " " Collaboration — What's in it for me?!: News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices

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In response to my post on ROI for social computing , Atul Rai suggested we need to address the ‘whats in it for me’ factor, rather than just ‘build it and they will come’ So what do people get by collaborating?

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 Theresa Distions on Social networks : are companies looking for the ROI or something else Management 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.

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