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IBM SJ 46-4 | A model for CIO-led innovation

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Azua The CIO (chief information officer) organization at IBM has adopted the idea of a participatory Web and is engaged in leveraging employee talent to address the persistent information technology challenges facing global enterprises. A series of unique open conversations among employees resulted in a new approach to collaborative innovation. In this paper we describe this model of innovation and illustrate our experience in four case studies.

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Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect? The problem is, humans weren’t designed for mechanization. We were designed to create. Descriptive words like adaptive, flexible, catalyst, playful, critical thinker, methodical, etc. The Beginnings of a Competency-Model Foundation Social Network Analysis Case Studies (Valdis Krebs) What makes an effective knowledge worker?

The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

In 1999 I took a job with as “UX Program Manager” and spent 9 months helping design, build, launch and grow what would become one of the largest online communities of global IT Professionals. A design for threaded discussions went from whiteboard to production over a weekend.

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Notes on "Social Business: Moving the Business Needle Forward" at AusLUG 2013 - Chris Crummey, IBM

Michael Sampson - Currents

It's integrated and seamless by design. -. Enables a self-service model for others. -. Strategy - make the Notes client a catalyst to participation. -. Like a Dropbox model, but secure." Responsive design: -. Better engagement with employees, through writing directly on their wall - and allowing others to see. employees - better file sharing. Chris Crummey from IBM is presenting the opening general session at AusLUG 2013 in Brisbane. Some notes: 1.

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As the Knowledge Hub faces closure, might a creative Twitter mob help with re-invention?

Social Reporter

The more innovative councils aim to co-design or even co-produce services with citizen and other organisations to share knowledge, a sense of ownership, and maybe contributions in kind. Yesterday I attended a meeting** of people formerly involved, like me, in the advisory group set up a few years back when the Hub was being designed as a successor to the successful Communities of Practice platform. Knowledge Hub: a response – by Hub designer Steve Dale on how designs changed.

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Leading from the Bottom

Governance in a Networked World

Quinn’s inverted hierarchy model for new service led economies. A network model of a well functioning hierarchy will show cohesive networks at the executive level. Even office or workplace designs reinforce the hierarchy. We have been long term advocates of J.B.

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Enabling Participation: More Art Than Science

Collaborative Thinking

Bottom-Up : Project teams employ a bottom-up strategy to encourage employees, teams, and departments to take local ownership of the social network site within a governance framework. Pull : In a pull model, rather than trying to force or otherwise persuade areas in the company to participate in the effort, project teams focus on those areas willing to work constructively on specific pilots. Over the years, I’ve talked to a lot of project teams and people involved in Enterprise 2.0

Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? : RSA blogs

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Design and Society. The Seattle Task Force comprised business representatives as well as employee and citizen voices. In this time of changes, there’s some connecting we can do locally, but it’s so important to share the model. Design. RSA Catalyst. RSA BLOGS RSS FEED. Arts and Society. Education Matters. Enterprise. Fellowship. Recovery. Social Brain. Social Economy. Adam Lent. Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’?

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More on Trust in the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The sixth looked more specifically at the role of trust in the social enterprise, and raised the possibility of using social objects as catalysts for building tacit trust. To create a successful community, you’ll need to first understand why you’re building it and who you’re building it for; and then express your vision in the design, technology and policies of your community. we call it “nature” it is the best model for organizational functioning.

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Twelve best practices for online customer communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 |

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Many communities struggle for a while until they catch their stride when they reach the right participants, or offer the right means of engagement such as using a different model such as a social network instead of discussion forums (or vice versa.) Designed for bold living.

Enterprise 2.0 Report: Intranet Collaboration Features and Social Networking

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Summary This report collects best practices for how to design social features for intranets, including: Blogs Microblogging (intranet equivalents of Twitter) News feeds (RSS) Wikis Social networks (intranet equivalents of Facebook) Tagging and social bookmarking The report also covers: integration of these features with the overall intranet adapting Web 2.0 as a catalyst for change Technology is revolutionary. Anybody designing social features for an intranet.

Why Companies shouldn’t build Online Communities. « The Complete Innovator

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Oh I know that communities are all the rage currently – companies are falling over themselves to create, build and own their very own communities: Communities of Employees, Communities of Customers, Communities of Interest Groups, Communities, Communities, Communities….

Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

every employee across the globe. model. and expertise is shared among employees, partners, and their communities. Younger employees—especially Generation. Y, employees now in their twenties—and. stored” within employees, partners, customers, and even the broader public (which might. and expertise is shared among employees, customers and partners. operational models. Y employees). If employees do not actively use the tools, then.

A Methodology for Web 2.0 Collaboration Experiments (in Reluctant Organizations)

How to Save the World

Design & Create Experiments: Then, with this knowledge and some inexpensive infrastructure inplace, the organization can start launching, and encouraging, the mostpromising collaboration experiments. Instead,watch for successes, and craft stories that explain how and why they worked, in the context of your ownorganization -- these will be the models that will spawn othersuccesses. Overpopulation: The Crash Catalyst.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Some sites are designed with specific ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, political, or other identity-driven categories in mind. It was designed to compete with, a profitable online dating site (Cohen, 2003).

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Bertrand DUPERRIN’s Notepad Thoughts on management, HR, social networks…and enterprise 2.0 " The most successful companies are those that think jointly technological change, work design and the changes in internal social relationships.” Your company is full of social networks even if no employee has a computer.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Employees have more mobility – both geographically and institutionally. The Bottom Line Opportunity In this context, the evolution of virtual communities will be a key catalyst in the shift from push programs to pull platforms that JSB and I have written about.

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5 Predictions for the Future of Collaboration - The Platform

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Here’s just one example of a collaboration network: About 17% of Cisco’s employees use Macs, even though the Mac platform is not officially supported by Cisco IT. are the software models to support the development. link] Bill Stratton Apr 21, 2009 You accurately indicate a collective intelligence among employees to solve an internal issue. Jose Tormo Apr 21, 2009 Peter Drucker wrote that there is no one right organization design nor one right way to manage people.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Allthat parenting has the unintended side effect of creating deepentitlement and having employees stay frozen in their own development.Most management techniques are ways of controlling people so they feelgood about being controlled. What we need is experimenters.Theway to create working models that work better than the dysfunctionalones we have now, in a complex system where no one is in control and noone has the answers, is to try things. Overpopulation: The Crash Catalyst.

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Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Designing Educational Technolog. the) Design Process From: The RSA Reads: 101 78 p. Intel and Hewlett-Packard are known to let their employees spawn powerful albeit informal personal networks of all with whom they’ve been working. Besides the innovation communities mentioned, there are two other types which - under the right conditions - may become powerful catalysts and direct contributors to radical and disruptive innovation.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Design & Create Experiments: Then, with this knowledge and some inexpensive infrastructure inplace, the organization can start launching, and encouraging, the mostpromising collaboration experiments. Instead,watch for successes, and craft stories that explain how and why they worked, in the context of your ownorganization -- these will be the models that will spawn othersuccesses. Overpopulation: The Crash Catalyst.

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