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The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

My first taste of what might be possible with communities of practice was volunteering to be one of the first Fast Company Company of Friends organizers in Louisville KY in 2000. Yet organizations continue to regularly debate this.

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The Customer Community

Online Community Strategy

Unfortunately, for the majority of programs reliant on mass social platforms like facebook and twitter, organic reach has dropped effectively to 0 and companies are now forced to pay to engage sporadically with the “audiences” they worked so hard to build. Image © Leigh Prather.

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The Customer Community

Online Community Strategy

Unfortunately, for the majority of programs reliant on mass social platforms like facebook and twitter, organic reach has dropped effectively to 0 and companies are now forced to pay to engage sporadically with the “audiences” they worked so hard to build. Image © Leigh Prather.

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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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The Girl Effect – catalyzing positive change | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Where people with passion and ownship make things happen, building on assets and in spite of barriers. Girls and women are certainly catalysts for this in many parts of the world. Never give money to foreign aid organizations.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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? ROA must be measured both from a participant and organizer perspective.

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Collaborative Solutions - Six Key Components

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Systems Planning Customized Consulting Keynote Addresses Tools and Resources About Tom Wolff Contact Us Collaborative Solutions A Newsletter from Tom Wolff & Associates Contents of Fall 2004 Collaborative Solutions Newsletter: In this issue: Collaborative Solutions - Six Key Components 1.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

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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Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

They prefer working with organizations that learned how to keep them interested and engaged. To up its capability for radical and disruptive innovation, the organization needs to have more people with cross-functional talents and aspirations. As you read their description below, think of how the organization’s innovation performance may be affected by the social capital of its members. It’s one of the trends of in organizations equally advantageous to them and their members.

5 Predictions for the Future of Collaboration - The Platform

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

That’s especially true in these turbulent economic times, as organizations aim to do more with less. This self-organizing cycle repeats itself on an ongoing basis, as the need arises. I have added “Collaboration Networks&# to my slideshare presentation on Technologies for Organization Intelligence, and I’d love to discuss this further with you.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Increasingly cheap money, underpinned by ever more optimistic prognoses about inflation and, more generally, future returns on financial assets, has fuelled the massive financial boom weve been in for most of our lives and which has so transformed our economic landscape.

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Outside Innovation: JOHN HAGEL's KEYNOTE at Community 2.0 Conference

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Three key shifts in mindsets: Move from a benefit to sponsor focus to a participant focus Move from short-term, get rich quick focus into long term value creation focus Move from a top-down, imposed organization view to a bottom up emergent organization view. Most large companies bring mindsets that are Organizational Challenges and Organizational Frameworks required Organization-Whos accountable? Its critical to look at thisboth from the participants and the organizers.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

This might seem to be a bigdeal to a society that is obsessed and paranoid about "privateproperty", and accustomed to considering their "home" as their mostimportant asset and investment. As long as you can get your head around the fact thatyour "asset" in an IC is a prepaid expense and a share in a collectiveplace, rather than a piece of property, an IC may be for you. Overpopulation: The Crash Catalyst.

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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

technology and capabilities … changes that portend transforming the relationship between information technology, the nature of knowledge work, how organizations are structured and how humans operate when surrounded and penetrated by ongoing flows of information. 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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Why is Community So Hard? « how to save the world

John Tropea - Delicious Community

It would be magical thinking to believe we are going to solve the horrific problem of overpopulation and exhaustion of our resources and our natural world, or that we are going to suddenly change, on a large scale, millions of years of evolved human nature.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Go out and find and meet with successfulentrepreneurs whove discovered you dont have to work 80 hour weeks,mortgage your assets or sell your soul to succeed. Start a grassroots campaign to get people to buy local, buy organic, buy durable quality, and buy less: Be willing to pay more, but expect more for it. Patronize, celebrate, and start businesses who sell only100% local/organic products. Overpopulation: The Crash Catalyst.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

It is however, subject to two vulnerabilities: C1:The Finite Resources Constraint -- No matter how much the technophilesand believers in the American Dream try to deny it, there is a limit tothe amount of cheap resources the planet can produce. Entrepreneursnoticed that the more cash (and other assets) the enterprise had, themore it was able to borrow. Yes, you can co-optit (Wal-Mart Organics) but lots of your customers are wise to you bynow.

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