Data is beautiful (but not many learning professionals believe this)

Joitske Hulsebosch

In the cartoon above, for example, you see that the fortune teller used Facebook as a source of information to predict the the future. Level 1: the level of your Personal Learning Network (PLN) At the level of your own online network you can measure a lot, depending on what your goals are.

2014 164

Social Network Marketing Campaigns: Features Attributes

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Because of this experience, I have well-formed views about what the greatest benefit these tools can offer are. Competitions, ask for content then community assesses content - submit articles about the online game, create a funny cartoon etc.

Notes on CCS102 The Emergence of Business Networks and Communities - connect.BASF

Michael Sampson - Currents

goal of connect.BASF - to complement hierarchies and teams with a network of formal and informal communities, so as to be fully connected. -. strategic principle - to form the best team. key visuals, tangible benefits, stories (via cartoon videos to describe a scenario), and regions before headquarters). -. (5) Dr CheeChin Liew is presenting on business networks and communities at BASF. CheeChin is the Enterprise Community Manager at BASF SE.

2012 109

Transparent and Explicit

Green Chameleon

A brand is one form of a placeholder. While there are often supposedly well-crafted strategies and goals, across decades and across companies, I can’t recall a single line from any company strategy or goal I’ve ever been exposed to.

2008 130

My Favorite Tweets for January 1 - 12 2012

Portals and KM

Gamification: sharing rewards of achieving business goals [link] by @josheac. RT @rossdawson : RT @ariegoldshlager : RT @NewYorker :ncrowdsourcing cartoon of day: [link]. CFOs and Tech Chiefs Form a Bond to Scope Out Customer Needs [link]. Here is another in a series of posts that provide access to my favorite tweets that contain links to useful information. 

2012 126

Links of the Quarter: December 2016

How to Save the World

These goals are so obviously desirable that it is inconceivable that we should ever stop progressing towards them. cartoon by Emily Flake in the New Yorker. cartoon by Mick Stevens in the New Yorker. cartoon by Tom Chitty in the New Yorker.

2016 63

Links of the Quarter: March 2017

How to Save the World

Winning caption, submitted by Audrey Orr, to a recent New Yorker cartoon caption contest; cartoon by Joe Dator. Another New Yorker cartoon contest cartoon, this one by PC Vey , with three excellent ‘finalist’ captions: (1) “Is that a new outfit?”;

2017 57

We Have No Choice

How to Save the World

New Yorker cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti. “Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice but to carry on!” ” – Stephen Stills.

2017 74

Links of the Quarter: June 2018

How to Save the World

Time is the form in which we beings whose brains are made up essentially of memory and foresight interact with our world: it is the source of our identity”, he writes. Cartoon by Lisa Rothstein for The New Yorker. Or in table form.

2018 46

Links of the Month: November 19, 2011

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Mark Hurwitt. As the cartoon above humorously illustrates, most of the current protests are about who has, and who should have, what share of the world’s power and wealth, and about the unjustly unpunished crimes of the powerful and the wealthy.

2011 70

Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software | innovation Creators

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

“That’s a con job… it can’t be that easy&# they said about dragging and dropping a UI element onto a form. requires a more ad-hoc approach to the creation of these systems which lies directly in the face of the regulatory demand for extensive structure…how do we meet both goals at the same time? The basic premise behind Quickplace is that people often need to form ad-hoc ‘places’ for collaboration.