NEW ARTICLE: The Art of Quiet Networking

Partnering Resources

I am delighted to announce that our new article, “ The Art of Quiet Networking ” has been published on both sites. Here’s how the article begins: Twenty years ago, I came to Washington, DC, with a vague sense that networking was important.

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NEW ARTICLE: Realizing the Benefits of True Globalization

Partnering Resources

A new article, “ From Regional to Global: Using a Network Strategy to Align a Multinational Organization ,” describes how Coen proceeded to transform GPGA into a global organization. The article covers: Why Coen chose the network strategy to transform the organization.

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Articles>> Sustainable KM

Green Chameleon

This article talks about the shifting sands of senior leader support as a risk to sustainable KM. To read the article, click here. Sustainable_KM.pdf.

2014 100

Wikipedia Now Crowd-Sourcing Article Ratings

Alchemy of Change

So that’s why I was so interested today to stumble on a relatively new article rating system within Wikipedia. The Gillmor article is the only one I’ve seen it on so far. The Wikipedia community is well aware of the criticisms of its reliability.

2011 255

Inconsistent experiences of journal article publication

Jenny Connected

So far this year, I have been fortunate to have two journal articles published. Started work on the Synesthesia article. It is always exciting after months of work to finally see papers in print. The first paper to come out in January was. Williams, R., Gumtau, S. &

2015 148

3 Articles: mLearning for language teachers

e-Moderation Station

I recently wrote three articles about mobile learning for the print publication Modern English Teacher. The editors have kindly given me permission to share these articles, which are written with English language teachers in mind.

Articles>> Where Do Knowledge Audits Come From?

Green Chameleon

The article also gives a framework for identifying different types of knowledge audits for different purposes. In this thoughtpiece, from my forthcoming book Knowledge Audits and Knowledge Mapping (Oxford: Chandos, 2016) I trace the origins of knowledge audits in the communication audits of the 1950s.

2015 116

Blog>> Article on Metadata Collection Strategies

Green Chameleon

In this article co-authored with Maish Nichani we share strategies to collect metadata that lower the reliance on people in supplying metadata. View the article at PebbleRoad here. The challenge in information environments is to get complete, accurate and consistent metadata applied to information and data resources.

2013 122

Articles>> Four Types of Knowledge Risk

Green Chameleon

To read more about these risks, download the article here We encounter four major forms of knowledge risk in organizations: •Knowledge continuity risks. •Knowledge acquisition risks. •Knowledge outsourcing risks. •Knowledge articulation risks.

2013 116

Blog>> Research Fortnight Publishes Article on Taxonomy and Machine Classification

Green Chameleon

I have been working for some time on a National Science Foundation funded project with the American Institutes for Research to examine how machine classification working with taxonomies can be used to give greater insight into science and engineering activities, outputs and impact. An update on our project has just been published in the UK research periodical Research Fortnight , written with Evgeny Klochikin of the American Institutes of Research. RF460_p21_Klochikhin_Lambe.pdf.

2015 116

AICD ARTICLE: Australian Institute of Company Directors

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Pretty good article, and important I think, to get through to top management I did an interview with Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) about CEOs and C-Level executives on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other online communities.

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My Reactions to an Article on "Effective Enterprise Collaboration Strategy"

Michael Sampson - Currents

I'm confused by some of the advice in the article - there's an underlying ethos throughout that rings off to me. In my view, what is advocated in the article is impossible to achieve in advance of having technology available and being actively used. A few months ago Pamela wrote that Effective enterprise collaboration strategy needs everyone on the bus. Here's the reactions I'm having as I'm reading it through. Paragraph 2.

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Blog>> New Article on Four Types of Knowledge Risk

Green Chameleon

To read more about these risks, download the article here We encounter four major forms of knowledge risk in organizations: •Knowledge continuity risks. •Knowledge acquisition risks. •Knowledge outsourcing risks. •Knowledge articulation risks.

2013 116

Bioteams: top 3 must-read articles from 2010

The Bumble Bee

That's a toughie with 2 books and over 600 articles. 1 is The Social Media Healthcheck Reference Card. 2 is The Seven Secrets of High Performing Teams (AudioCast). 3 is Leading collaborative business networks - 10 rules for success. Get all 3 here!

2011 156

NHS Article on SharePoint and Collaboration

Michael Sampson - Currents

Sally was getting ready to write an article for Microsoft's NHS Resource Centre. The article is now live. About a month ago, I spoke with Sally Whittle (long-distance, weird time of day call) about SharePoint for collaboration. SharePoint is Microsoft’s world-leading collaboration and workflow system and is widely used in NHS organisations. Sally Whittle met world-renowned, independent team performance specialist Michael Sampson for some tips on how to get the most out of it.

Mainstream editors will get articles from bloggers with audience

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Why traditional media editors will turn to bloggers for articles in the future. If you are managing a newspaper or TV station or radio, will you contract out work to a freelance journalist… or will you ask a known expert that blogs to write the article? You want me to write an article based on this but longer? And … I can blog about it but I can’t repeat the full article? >:( One blog post, errr article comin’ right up!

My First Harvard Business Review Article - "Towards the Social Business"

Governance in a Networked World

however its in the Italian HBR and even I can't understand it :). have to thank my co-authors though.they did a great job (I think

2011 141

Articles>> Why Taxonomy Projects Are Graceless and What To Do About It

Green Chameleon

Download article here Why do many enterprise taxonomy projects fail? In this thoughtpiece I explain why taxonomy projects are extraordinarily fragile in relation to the quality of the initial evidence gathering stage. I outline a methodology for improving the robustness and effectiveness of an enterprise taxonomy design, through a systematic knowledge audit at the project’s outset.

2015 109

Articles>> How and Why Do Organisations Inhibit Insights and Innovation?

Green Chameleon

Read or download the article here (pdf Why do organisations seem to impose frictions on insights and ideas in ways that as individuals we find stupid and bureaucratic? Why do organisations fail to exploit the smarts and common sense of their people?

2011 109

Facebook Open Stream API (summary of articles)

Collaborative Thinking

I'm playing with the Facebook AIR application. Works ok. I can see my activity stream now without going to the Facebook web site. My first thought is how people will react as applications (e.g., Xobni) begin leaking out activity stream information into totally different application contexts. Facebook does not do a very good job at all (in my opinion) when it comes to: Informing users as to which Facebook Connect applications are accessing their data for external purposes.

SME article in Information World Review

Nancy White

Information World Review have just published my piece on how some UK SMEs are using Web services in their businesses. The online version here does not have the graphics - you will need the paper version for that

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Article on the CGIAR’s Knowledge Sharing Toolkit | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

18 Articles Help You Master LinkedIn Strategy and Technique

Online Social Networking

For this reason, many articles have been written of late presenting strategies and techniques to maximize LinkedIn effectiveness, including my own 10 Tips for LinkedIn Social Networking. Did you enjoy this article?

writing articles - any requests?

Engineers without Fears

I've been writing a fair few articles recently (as you can see ). articles writingIt's partly because I like writing and find it fairly straightforward (altho I haven't heard about the last one I submitted - so it'll probably get rejected and I'll be left feeling a little less smug). I can also justify it as "marketing". I'm feeling a little stale tho. So over to you. Feel free to suggestion publications (& topics) that I should pitch to and I'll give it a go.

2008 36

Don't think about an elephant or read this article

Endless Knots

Matthew Guerrieri appears to be a perfectly competent journalist and, judging by this article , a good writer. Why, then, does he revert to juvenile trash talk in describing Margaret Fuller ? Won't repeat how he describes her but. it's typical. A brilliant, forceful woman reduced to being a trinket for the men around her. Really, Mr. Guerrieri. Made me so mad I wrote a Letter to the Editor of The Boston Globe. We shall see, we shall see.

2009 98

article at the other place

Engineers without Fears

innotecture articlesFind it here. More to come over the next few weeks.

2008 36

Complexity Demonstrations | Articles

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Ciamos Complexity Demonstrations Written by Bob Janes Tuesday, 04 September 2007 06:31 In 2001, just a day or so after 9/11 I was in Pakistan presenting workshops for the British Council on Organisational Complexity. As a part of my preparation I sought out some practical demonstrations of complexity that I could use with a group. Here are some of the ideas I received.

ManagingCommunities.com’s Most Read Community Management Articles of 2011

Managing Communities

photo credit: Glyn Lowe Photos Since this will be my last post of 2011, here at ManagingCommunities.com, I decided that we would take a look back at the 10 most read articles that were published here in the last 12 months. It’s always fun when something that I write resonates so well that people pass [.]. ManagingCommunities.com

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Should You Write an Article About What a Community Manager Does?

Managing Communities

Please Update Your ManagingCommunities.com RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you. How Should I Participate? Thinking

2013 79

McDermott Consulting - Articles

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Articles: List P lease contact McDermott Consulting for copies of these articles or see the feature article for one you can download directly from this site. home knowledge organizations designing knowledge work communities of practice articles: list feature article services community toolkit: overview start up leadership health assessment & renewal about Richard McDermott contact

The 13 hats of an internal community manager | Articles

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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Updating My Article on Suicide Threats for the Discretion of the Community Manager

Managing Communities

Please Update Your ManagingCommunities.com RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you. Managing the Community

2013 51

Blogging Innovation: Is Collaboration or Competition Better for Innovation? - Latest innovation articles, videos, and insights

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Kevin Boudreau and Karim Lakhani wrote an excellent article earlier this year in the MIT Sloane Management Review on this very topic. I encourage you to read the article as it addresses factors like intrinsic and extrinsic forms of motivation.

Blogging Innovation: Why a Networking Culture Is Important - Innovation blog articles, videos, and insights - StumbleUpon

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

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BENCHMARKING THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE | Knowledge Management Review | Find Articles at BNET

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Its certainly a difficult task, as the authors of this article will testify. BNET Log In | Join All of BNET Publications Library Home Commentary Leadership Life at Work Business Owners Exec.

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A List Apart: Articles: Community: From Little Things, Big Things Grow

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2008 53

Fair Use for Forums (and How to Explain to Your Members That They Can’t Quote Entire Articles)

Managing Communities

photo credit: Horia Varlan It’s important to be proactive on matters of content theft and copyright infringement. A large part of this is text quoted from other sources. With some exceptions (public domain works, works by the Federal Government, works released under alternative licenses to copyright, and more), you can’t allow your members to post [.]. Managing Staff Managing the Community

2010 55

Societal Change Systems: A Framework to Address Wicked Problems

Networking Action

Their … Published ArticlesIssues such as climate change, poverty, sustainable agriculture, and health care are described as wicked, messy, complex, and multi-level: they involve many hundreds of organizations at a national level; at a global level this easily increases to many thousands.

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Large Systems Change: An Emerging Field of Transformation and Transitions

Networking Action

In this paper we put forward a theory of large systems … Published ArticlesWaddell, S., Waddock, S., Cornell, S., Dentoni, D., McLachlan, M., & Meszoely, G. 2015). Large Systems Change: An Emerging Field of Transformation and Transitions. Journal of Corporate Citizenship(58).

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8 ways to deal with negative comments in online communities

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

After getting over my initial shock I realised that these comments were actually doing me a favour…they created a heated debate between those who loved my poem and those who didn’t…this led to much more traffic to my article than I would have got if all the comments were positive.

Large Systems Change: Producing the Change We Want

Networking Action

Transformation and large systems change is not something that … Published Articles Waddell, Steve, Hsueh, Joe, Birney, Anna, Khorsani, Amir, & Feng, Wen. 2014). Turning point – large systems change: Producing the change we want. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 2014(53), 5-8. doi: 10.9774/GLEAF.4700.2014.ma.00003. ma.00003.

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Emerald: Article Request - A systematic framework for analysing the critical success factors of communities of practice

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Facebook Credit: Zuckerberg next Treasurer of the Internet App2User

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The article includes an interesting set of documents that show Facebook has been not only lobbying the Federal Trade Commission, senators and representatives, but also strengthening relationships with intelligence and homeland security agencies.