Engineering Life Work Integration

Elsua

Specially, if you are a blogger! No, don’t worry, contrary to what most people would think, knowledge workers, in general, would not slack off. You know, like I have always been telling people, if you don’t ask, you already got the “No!”

The Selfish Blogger Syndrome

Jenny Connected

‘Selfish Blogger’ – This jumped out of the page of Tony Bates’ blog post. He has been bemoaning the fact that there has been little discussion around his presentation to Change MOOC – and that the discussion that there has been, has been distributed across people’s blogs and he has had to go out and find it to collate it on his blog. As an aside – I’m not sure that we could class people individually posting to their blogs as discussion.

The Selfish Blogger – A discussion :-)

Jenny Connected

They might be a discussion tool for people like Tony Bates, Stephen Downes, George Siemens and others who have a well-recognized reputation and likely a lot of hits and comments on their blogs. But for people like me, my blog is not a discussion venue.”. there has actually been some discussion about The Selfish Blogger Syndrome, which I would like to respond to with this post. I just don’t want to push myself on people.

Collaborative Thinking: Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The Value Of Being A "Generalist" | Main | XMPP and Microblogging (Twitter) » February 04, 2008 Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere More and more, execs at tech events need to single out bloggers as a distinct audience in addition to traditional press, media and IT analysts.

Notes on CCS105 Bayer MaterialScience - Integrating IBM Connections and Microsoft Technologies

Michael Sampson - Currents

Bert Oberholz and Cindy Schlebusch from BMS are talking about BMS's implementation of Connections, and the integration with Microsoft technologies. History - in 2009, a discussion started between R&D people. plan for 2012 - Bayer-wide availability, integration with SharePoint, and Connections 4 late in 2012. There were also 2500 people on Yammer, so CIOs decided to go for a common social collaboration environment. 1) CIO as frequent blogger and commentor. -. (2)

2012 120

Social Business Forum and a Touch with Reality

Elsua

Will people walk away and never come back if you start becoming a bit too personal ? They call us internauts, bloggers, twitterers, facebookers, social networkers, freaks, you name it.

2011 192

The Power of Words – Back to Blogging!

Elsua

Or who knows, perhaps I enjoyed this trip quite a bit for the simple treat of meeting up in the carbon with some wonderful people, a few of my Twitter friends, customers and fellow colleagues, with whom it was absolutely delightful to share dinners, drinks and rather inspiring conversations!

2011 194

What a coffee corner provides, how to call it and a research agenda

Mathemagenic

It’s a great space for relationship building – sharing personal stories, food and drink helps to get to know people and to build trust. Integration Digital traces Coffee table in Enschede (Office) in a tired mood by Johan Koolwaaij.

2009 152

Facilitating adoption of weblogs in knowledge-intensive environments

Mathemagenic

From an organisational perspective, weblogs provide a people-driven way to share knowledge and to develop ideas. Bloggers might use their weblogs to document their experiences and lessons learnt – those that escape official reports, but are usually very useful for others to learn from. Weblogs support serendipity – finding ideas that fuel innovation and interesting people to talk to or to combine efforts for a shared goal.

Blogs as boundary objects

Mathemagenic

While blogging might provide a window onto practices of the blogger, on a surface weblog is just an artefact: text, links and bits of other media. Publishing makes one’s weblog traces exposed, so others can learn from them without necessarily engaging directly with the blogger.

2009 152

What pragmatists might want to know about blogging

Mathemagenic

Uses of a weblog for conversations with self are up to an individual blogger: a weblog can serve as a tool to collect personally relevant notes and organise them in a variety of ways; this collection then provides an input for reflection and reuse. When topics and people for conversation are known it is better to choose other tools, however, blogging works well as a conversation starter since others could choose topics that interest them. Integration

2009 124

Connected - SharePoint My Sites: It ain’t just about profiles, people.

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Connected Search Archives SharePoint My Sites: It ain’t just about profiles, people. What, however, would be the point, since I’d be inclined to just lock my stuff down to the people I already trust, who probably already know what I know?

2008 36

SharePoint My Sites: It ain’t just about profiles, people. « Connected

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Connected Search Archives SharePoint My Sites: It ain’t just about profiles, people. What, however, would be the point, since I’d be inclined to just lock my stuff down to the people I already trust, who probably already know what I know?

2008 36

Blog as a nexus of multimembership and accidental brokering

Mathemagenic

While to an extend weblogs do represent bloggers behind them and are often perceived as their online identities, studies presented in my dissertation also indicate that blogging involves many challenges of dealing with different audiences that a weblog serves (the results of blog networking study provide examples of both ). Integration This is a piece from the current version of final chapter of my dissertation where I discuss blogging across various boundaries.

2009 98

10th Year Blogiversary – The Unfinished Journey of Blogging and Why It Matters

Elsua

Remember the good old days when people were writing about the death of blogging thanks to social media tools ? Just because you want to, not because of whatever other people may tell you otherwise. Thank you for being an integral part of quite an amazing, yet unfinished , journey!

2015 266

Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Tag Clouds: Patterns As Well As Folksonomy | Main | Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere » February 04, 2008 The Value Of Being A "Generalist" What does it take to be "good at everything but nothing in particular"? The article below does a great job at describing traits necessary for people to excel in a variety of jobs and professions.

2008 151

Social Media for Schools #NBN October 2016

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Hey there, teachers and school type people, tomorrow (Tuesday 19th October) I’m running some webinars with TTEDSC and NBN on how Schools can us Social Media Marketing Strategies. integrating websites and microsites with social.

2016 182

How ‘Engagement Roles’ Blur Organizational Boundaries

Alchemy of Change

When organizations lack this clarity, they’re missing a critical bridge between their mission and their day-to-day interactions with the people who bring that mission to life. Having clarity on engagement outcomes means knowing in advance what you want people to do.

Roles 259

Who to Focus On

Alchemy of Change

So, I sketched this diagram and threw it on my Google+ page : (Yeah, the people who did the original have better handwriting than I do). Being effective is part what and part who because so much of what we do in life these days, we do with other people. “People Who Matter&#.

Focus 248

Social Computing Guidelines and Why You Would Still Need Them

Elsua

And people in organisations (i.e. And IBM’s official journey to become a Socially Integrated Enterprise had just begun. During that time none of us, i.e. that group of bloggers, would know such guidelines would become an industry standard, but they, eventually, did.

2015 179

Mathemagenic " PhD conclusions in a thousand words: blogging practices of knowledge workers

Mathemagenic

Blogging is used for sense-making supported by writing, multiple ways to organise and assess one’s own blog posts and conversations with other bloggers. Bloggers have to deal with the effects of visibility that comes as a result of blogging.

2009 156

12 Ways to DO and NOT DO a Social Media Press Release – MSF Medecins Sans Frontieres

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

I don’t have a problem with this type of TV show online – good on them – but let’s not talk about “socially integrated” shall we? The rest is for us bloggers and twitters and social media-ites as it involves solution not problem journalism.

2012 285

Open teaching and learning

Jenny Connected

I wouldn’t be where I am today, working with wonderful research collaborators, having access to a diverse range of people and online resources and constantly having access to stimulating learning opportunities, if I hadn’t been prepared to ‘put myself out there’, at least to some extent.

2015 232

*Rough* Notes from the Online Community Roundtable: 1/11 at Salon.com / The WELL

Online Community Strategy

Always been fascinated by value – passion and commitment – of individuals who will make a community happen – how can we identify and quantify these – one thing that is different about The Well is that people get to know each other on whole different contexts. How many people have participated in writing job descriptions and been satisfied / unsatisfied with the final job desc used by HR.

2010 45

Building a website with Wordpress: a do it yourself guide

Joitske Hulsebosch

I'm very proud that I built a website on my own domain name with an integrated weblog using Wordpress. I'm meeting more people who want to set up their own Wordpress blog, so it might be useful for them if I blog the process. People get to know you.

Personal tech configuration as steward’s springboard

Digital Habitats

Finding and connecting with people. I used to use Blogger ). I left Blogger unhappy. Never got a stitch of help from Blogger. I work with people all over the world. So much for integration, eh?). (Crossposted from Nancy’s blog ).

How Fun and Creativity Can Shape Your Own Social Computing Guidelines and Policy

Elsua

At the time, May 2005 , it was rather refreshing to see how instead of the company trying to figure it out by itself, on its own, it decided to rely on a group of prolific bloggers to come to the rescue and eventually put that policy on a wiki page over the course of two weeks.

Media Trust launches Newsnet site and network

Social Reporter

million in support of People Powered Change. It would be interesting to see if there are opportunities there for local bloggers.

2012 179

2010 Ends With A Bang – Welcome Kristy Bolsinger

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Beyond her day job, Kristy is also a contributing blogger at Social Fresh and Search Engine People as well as a Board Member for Social Media Breakfast Seattle. For Ant’s Eye View, 2010 was a milestone year.

2010 82

What can development organizations do with Web2.0 tools?

Joitske Hulsebosch

tools (free or at low cost) You can integrating web2.0 sites where crowds of people are interacting I can provide some examples of each of these options, though there are probably lots of other examples: 1. In the wiki there are links to Dgroups , as a discussion forum, Blogger weblogs and google calendars for event planning. Integrate web2.0 In their website , they integrated flickr photo sets, Youtube videos, and a link to the weblog and wiki.

2008 100

7 Reasons for Disappointment with the Facebook NetworkedBlogs Application

Online Social Networking

What blogger would not want to tap into Facebook , the networking giant, to grow his or her blog? However, despite building a large presence on NetworkedBlogs, integrating my blog with Facebook in this manner has resulted in few new readers.

Community vs. Social Network - Lithosphere Community

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Hes a regular blogger on the Lithosphere and previously wrote in the Analytic Science blog. Author and blogger Brian Solis , introduced another classification of social media, based on the types of conversation. Everyone has friends, families, and people they are acquainted with. So the single most important feature that distinguishes a social network from a community is how people are held together on these sites. We certainly dont refer to people that way.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

However, even enlightened economists able to see that the free marketeconomy is an unachievable ideal, and a myth, tend to acknowledge that, barringthese distortions, it makes sense to pay attention to consumersexpressions of self-interest, as being a reasonable representation ofwhat people need (or think they need) and want -- an expression of the wisdom of crowds. The thoughts expressed herein are strictly those of the blogger.

2007 35

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Press Conference

Portals and KM

Now I return as a blogger. A – Companies need to be able to develop mashups and allow for integration. A - You need to mix and match sources with open integration and change business process and capabilities to make for strategic applications.

2011 179

Stories to TEL: Learning in networks and in communities of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Without tracing the complex history of learning in social networks, one can safely say that all of it is rooted in the pioneering work on social learning done by such people as Alfred Bandura and, later on, Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger. Lave and Wenger, also in their later work, stress the importance of strong links between the people that participate in a community of practice. So people do learn in communities of practice, if only to improve and fine-tune their existing knowledge.

2013 38

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

The best you can hope to dois help people adapt to the existing culture in useful, valuable ways. Heres how it could work: The Champions Self-Organize: I know youre used to me starting innovation process charts withneeds, but in this case I think it makes sense to start with people. What I call champions consist of three groups: theorganizations thought leaders  people who, regardless of seniority ortitle, are considered innovative and ahead of the curve, currentusers of web 2.0

2007 35

auDA misuse of power?

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

about a year ago ,to create an online community of people annoyed with Optus. Thanks to the people who Tweeted me that they had hours of fun on the site. auDA’s objective in enforcing a prohibition on misspellings is to preserve the integrity of the.au I registered OptusPoo.com.au

2010 217

The social media I use

Nancy White

Finding and connecting with people. I used to use Blogger ). I left Blogger unhappy. Never got a stitch of help from Blogger. I work with people all over the world. So much for integration, eh?).

Moxie Employees Spaces Offers Comprehensive Social Workspace

Portals and KM

  For example, in Employee Spaces all documents, social objects like wikis, blogs and conversations are in the context of projects, so people collaborating on projects can find all the information relevant to that project in one place.

Social Network Marketing Campaigns: Features Attributes

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Most bloggers are promoting (marketing is promotion) their passion. If they aren’t and they take a neutral approach, they are journalists reporting other people’s news, facts not passion, promotion, self-marketing.

How the Social Enterprise Defines the 21st Century Workplace – Moving To The Edge

Elsua

Why would you want to hire more people when your current workforce has tripled their productivity, as well as their customer satisfaction, by using social software tools, don’t you think? One challenge for organizations is getting people to realize that what they know has little value.

2011 244

MirandaNet: Common ties

Community Capers

MirandaNet’s activity is clearly situated in schools and authentic contexts for the integration of ICTs. The community founder Christina Preston described the community activity as being “working groups of people moving forward together”. Two examples of the community’s past involvement in research can be seen in the Scoop and Interactive Whiteboard projects (our guest bloggers next week will give us an update on the latest projects and activities).

2008 100

Why Intel Is Investing in Social Computing - Leading by Example

Elsua

Remember the blog posts I put together yesterday on the topic of " Just Do The Right Thing " by the wonderfully gifted industry analyst / blogger Rachel Happe ? Too much time is lost to find people & information to do your job.