#LeadWithRespect Meme: a Challenge for 21st Century Management

Elsua

If we are to define the overall client experience around the employee experience we would first need to help identify what the new role of management / leadership should be like, because the current model, and for obvious reasons, cannot be even more broken than what it is at the moment.

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Being social at work: which communications model to adopt for the enterprise? | The AppGap

John Tropea - Delicious Network

About | Contributors | Contact us | Subscribe: via RSS , via Twitter + sponsored by QuickBase Sponsored post : Access the 7 Tip Series from Intuit QuickBase on using Web-based software Being social at work: which communications model to adopt for the enterprise?

AA - a model for taking back the control of our health

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The challenge is to live better in spite of the barriers that prevent us from doing that. The challenge is that we cannot seem to make the changes. One a cancer survivor has to eat very differently from the norm. I have been waiting for the true Killer App for Social Media – not an “App” per se but a use for Social Media that would change our world for the better. In the last few weeks I have been thinking a lot about health.

So You Want To Bring About Change

Leading Virtually

Create social norms for preferred actions to induce change. I believe that role modeling is very critical. My own research on CIO (Chief Information Officer) leadership as well as research on teams shows that a leader will have a much more powerful impact if s/he models what is expected of others. Tags: Research Leadership Challenges change leadership communication leadership President Obama virtual team virtual team challenges virtual teaming virtual teams

What does ‘edges of work’ mean?

Viv Mcwaters

It’s a useful model because it helps categorise practices and the wave metaphor is dynamic and can be taken further to include undercurrents, rips and even whitewater! A long time ago I learnt of a very useful tool called the wave analysis*.

2011 151

Teams, communities and networks: a case of our homeschooling group

Mathemagenic

The challenge that we are facing now is about creating a network of families with enough autonomy to go on with their individual educational trajectories and social life, while at the same time with enough overlap to do projects in different constillation of members on a regular basis.

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Homeschooling over time

Mathemagenic

In the beginning it’s all about role-models and information. Once the choice is made the need for acceptance and like-minded people becomes very strong: at the beginning the stress from explaining and defending “deviation from the norm” is very high and it helps a lot to be with people who share your views. I keep on thinking how needs of a homeschooling family change over time. No data-based generalisations here, just observations.

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The centre of attention

Viv Mcwaters

My guess is there’s some advantage in belonging, and in being seen to belong, in conforming to the norms of a particular group to ensure you get appropriate shelter, food, protection and even a mate. I have blatantly co-opted the model to describe different styles of facilitation.

2011 169

Always say yes to grad students: an interview about virtual teams

Endless Knots

" This interview was for her final dissertation, "The Challenges of Virtual Project Management," enabling her to graduate from Tampere, following her spending time as an exchange student at Portsmouth University in the UK. It’s the same model and we have the same problems.

Social Business Adoption – The Laggards, The Critics and The Skeptics

Elsua

and it’s rather interesting to see how almost three years later the challenge seems to be there still, alive and kicking: Social / Open Business Adoption is hard. What’s the challenge? It’s what a bunch of us have been calling the Post One Year Challenge.

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Sneaking into EPIC 2008

Learning Alliances

After we’d looked around to determine whether we could get in, we had a coffee waiting for the conference attendees to finish lunch and talked about billing rates and business models.

2008 130

Intelligent Learning Extended Organization (IntelLEO) project progress

Taming the spaces

Knowledge conversion in cross-institutional models. Collaboration patterns and models. Ontology-based approaches to context modelling. IntelLEO will develop services for supporting harmonization of individual and organizational objectives in cases when individuals are guided by two sets of visions and norms coming from different communities. The 7th Framework project Intelligent Learning Extended Organization ( IntelLEO ) was launched in february 2009.

organizational responsiveness

Taming the spaces

Both types of organizations arise to bring the process of education under socially standardized set of institutional categories, norms and visions.

2010 153

Executing Enterprise 2.0: Dachis Group Acquires Headshift

Elsua

Yet, as we know, most companies have come to accept an overly bureaucratic, process-heavy high-cost model of doing business as the norm. I am sure that by now, if you are in the Enterprise 2.0

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Collaboration online

Jenny Connected

Gilly Salmon’s 5-stage model provides very good guidelines on how to prepare for collaborative tasks online. These are usually designed into Stage 4 of the model after it has been established that everyone has successfully accessed the learning environment (Stage 1), participants are socialising easily and the learning community norms have become apparent (Stage 2) and information is being freely exchanged and a culture of open sharing exists (Stage 3).

Always say yes to grad students: an interview about virtual teams

Endless Knots

" This interview was for her final dissertation, "The Challenges of Virtual Project Management," enabling her to graduate from Tampere, following her spending time as an exchange student at Portsmouth University in the UK. Very quickly, the walls literally started to come down and, with them, cross-boundary work became the norm. What are the main difficulties and challenges of running virtual projects nowadays?

Cetis 2013 Keynote - Digital Citizenship: Underpinning Open Education

SocialTech

The integration of web-based, mobile, and gaming technologies into everyday life means that new social norms are emerging and being fought over now. the world, but about enabling learners to challenge, shape and change.

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"Collaboration and Community" by Scott London

John Tropea - Delicious Community

How does it differ from other models of cooperation? 16] Collaboration vs. Other Models of Cooperation Collaborative partnerships can be broadly grouped under two headings: those aimed at resolving conflicts and those designed to develop and advance shared visions for the future.[17] "The power of position is of little help in this world of peers," Chrislip and Larson observe, "nor are the traditional hierarchical, political, and confrontational models of leadership.

2008 56

Blogging for knowledge workers: incubating ideas

Mathemagenic

While blogging is public and the usual norms of civilised writing apply, it is you who is in control. Finally, there is a moment when ideas are ripe: they are used to get things done, turning into reports, advice and mental models you use when making decisions or communicating. Finding time to blog is the biggest challenge. While my Dutch is still far from perfect I am happy with any opportunity to reach local audiences.

2010 158

Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Updating my basic article on online facilitation

John Tropea - Delicious Community

This challenges and expands what it might mean to "facilitate online." Much of the challenge in fostering an online community is social, rather than technical." We can role model and describe processes to assist groups. Facilitators foster member interaction, provide stimulating material for conversations, keep the space cleaned up and help hold the members accountable to the stated community guidelines, rules or norms.

2007 28

The burnout risks for E2.0 community managers | Irregular Enterprise | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

So while the ‘need’ may be a matter of practical reality for some organizations, it is a falsehood for companies to assume that should be the norm. In the project I have been working, the transformational goal is only do-able when broken down into its constituent components and even then there are multiple challenges. However, the challenges are predictable if you have an understanding of people and organization that is specific to the organization.

ID and Other Reflections: Managing Diversity through Community Management

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I’ve referenced the model here from Flat World Knowledge book on Organizational Behaviour. Hofstede’s Cultural Dimension Model. ID and Other Reflections.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Edupunks need to grow up

Ken Carroll

It’s an excellent model of critical thought. This challenge is about action. I invite you Ken to come by and take the challenge. The other case is that you are not such a person and that you are motivated by outdated norms of success and wealth.

2008 127

Analysis and Learning: When “Failure” is Success

Hildy Gottlieb

The result was the collaborative infrastructure the Diaper Bank has become known for – the infrastructure I describe in detail in The Pollyanna Principles and in every workshop I’ve taught since we devised that model. What will the business model be?

Delta Knowledge: Creating Knowledge Cultures - Post 7

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The central ingredients (part 2) A Theory of Action Organisations are complex adaptive systems however, good models such as Argyris & Schön’s apply cognitive theory to explain how they learn, and the complex interactions between the types of learning in organisational contexts.

Recognizing Barriers to Collaboration : FacilitatorU.com

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Challenge participants to speak when moved to speak. Help people to hang in there when mentally challenged by new ways of seeing things. Facing complexity can be challenging and facing it as a group, they don’t have to do it alone. What do you see as norms or habits of human behavior that stand in the way of collaboration? Nice piece, Steve… I think it is helpful to lay out some of these challenges in this manner. Monday, December 19, 2011. About.

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Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late…

Ant's Eyeview Blog

So, don’t get paralyzed by the cross group challenges - move it forward and determine where the opportunities to improve customer experience are for what “you control&# and drive progress there - then fan out with your early successes. A platform should have an extensibility model, a content management model, a user profiling/membership model, a rating/reputation system (for content and authors), and registration system, etc, etc, etc…you get the idea.

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » FrenchPod is a PLS

Ken Carroll

Pedagogy The philosophy behind the PLS is social constructivist with elements of connectivism, cognitivism (in particular, Krashen’s input theory) humanism, the social/situational model, and communities of practice. I do want to challenge one point. That’s not the norm, though, other industries (with established user bases) prefer to lock their customers in and make their life difficult. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

Facilitation - Evaluation - Beyond the Edge - Viv McWaters

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Which means facilitators also need a kit-bag full of models and frameworks; to sometimes share as a way of illuminating particular behaviours and dilemmas the group might be exploring, or more often, to illuminate their own thinking and understanding of what the hell is going on!

Community as Curriculum – vol 2. The Guild/Distributed Continuum

Delicious/choconancy/community

It is a comforting model. The model implies that there is a way to know what the answer might be, and that a person (our plastics expert) could have this knowledge, and that the knowledge can then be acquired by a learner. It is a simple model. The promise of the twentieth-century model of knowledge is an empty one today. Most of us have, in spite of ourselves adjusted—at least incrementally—to this transmission-focused military model of education.

What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

It’s comprised of trust, connectedness, interdependence, reciprocity, and social norms. We need to be thinking much more deeply about social models which do not depend on any form of currency. Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect?

2010 71

Socializing

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

I say "interesting" because the terms themselves challenge us to think anew about who and how we -- and our enterprises -- are in the world. the stocks of social trust, norms and networks that people can draw upon to solve common problems.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In listing user motivations for Friending, boyd (2006a) points out that "Friends" on SNSs are not the same as "friends" in the everyday sense; instead, Friends provide context by offering users an imagined audience to guide behavioral norms.

2007 77

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

They help develop and disseminate knowledge that is crucial in addressing the challenge of educational change, the may even come up with innovative mechanisms for implementing new strategies. Instructional designs like the knowledge-building community model (with its computer supported intentional learning environments ) depend very much on the emergence of community practices. Richard McDermott outlines 10 Critical Success Factors in Building Community Management Challenge 1.

Networks and The Myth of Flattening Organizations

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Special thanks to Jon Husband of Wirearchy , who not only confirmed that he has a revolutionary agenda behind his networked models of organizing but who also sent me some of his own work on the subject. The basic hierarchical model and mindset remain in overall control.

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Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

model. operational models. The Cisco Collaboration Framework’s build- as-you-go model provides guidance for. challenges of building new collaborative. business management model applicable to any. as the foundation for this model. increasing challenges to the company. rewards, role models, and hiring policies. progress tracking • Role models, especially ones from the. these challenges by prescribing steps to establish.

Are we really collaborating? :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Cooperation is a factor in moving in a unified direction, buthighest value doesnt derive from group think and continually followingestablished norms. In fact, whenintegrated in a platform, social tools can facilitate new models ofinteraction, co-creation, collective intelligence, networking and userparticipation, whilst supplementing traditional face-to-face, telephoneand email communications.

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Re-Place-ing Space: The Roles of Place and Space in Collaborative Systems

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

We argue that a focus on spatial models is misplaced.Drawing on understandings from architecture and urban design, as wellas from our own research findings, we highlight the criticaldistinction between ``space and ``place. While designers usespatial models to support interaction, we show how it is actually anotion of ``place which frames interactive behaviour. The spatial metaphor runs all the way through theMUD model of action and interaction.

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Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

The Beginnings of a Competency-Model Foundation Social Network Analysis Case Studies (Valdis Krebs) What makes an effective knowledge worker? i think that as new economic models are put into place that support social production, this idea will take off at a larger societal level. link] Reply Ned Kumar permalink February 21, 2010 11:07 pm Venessa, as always a very thought-provoking article (I have come to accept that as norm from you ).