#LeadWithRespect Meme: a Challenge for 21st Century Management

Elsua

What is the relationship between leading with respect and setting a culture of continuous improvement ?”. The challenge then becomes how well connected you may well be in the network based on the trust and respect for others you may have shown over the course of time.

2014 213

Yes, Leadership Changes in a Web 2.0 World

Leading Virtually

Mr. Champy’s core points are that (a) leadership requires relationships and personal engagement and (b) technology does nothing to alter this requirement in leaders. world, our norms and expectations about effective leadership are changing.

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.

2019 116

Business decisions based on sentiment

Social Abacus

At the same time, more scrutiny is being placed on sentiment-- how it's calculated, whose sentiment it reflects, what data it needs to be validated by, and why it fluctuates, in the context of vertical norms and benchmarks. What about the relationship between sentiment (emotion, incl.)

2012 59

The Humanity of the Web: Reflections of a Social Computing Evangelist

Elsua

The Internet changed my life 17 years ago, and my relationship with it is still going strong. It was that time as well when I realised that, if anything, the main purpose for the Web was to help us connect, build relationships, collaborate more effectively and eventually do our jobs better.

2014 240

Practical benefits of studying the biological evolution of cooperation

Jenny Connected

Challenges to the community in terms of the biology of cooperation are: A consideration of how the community might be competing for survival – competing against other online environments for members’ time, competing against members’ diverse and dispersed interests and motivations, and possibly membership of other communities. Some questions arising from this are: Does this community pay enough attention to the challenges of competition?

2013 133

How to Use Employee Engagement to Boost Your Business

Elsua

The clip itself starts off detailing what are some of the main challenges that every corporation faces today: Achieve more with less, reduce costs, improve efficiency, etc. Curating good, relevant content that matters to you is just such a wonderful thing!

Reflections on the Social Business Forum 2012 - Milan

Governance in a Networked World

As much as I admire Steve’s passion for the mission it was his story about his friend at the World Bank, who rose to the number 2 position and promptly adopted the behavioural norm dictated by the traditional management ‘ecosystem’, that resonated most. I also enjoyed my dinner conversation with Bian the previous night as we bemoaned the challenges of being a change agent in a traditional management hierarchy. Well that’s it for another year, Forum No.5

2012 143

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

Enterprise 2.0 – Towards Embracing a New Emerging Kind of Leadership

Elsua

One of the toughest challenges that any business faces when embracing Social Computing within the enterprise is how, time and time again, social software tools keep challenging themselves the already existing status quo of the corporate world.

Practical benefits of studying the biological evolution of cooperation

Jenny Connected

Challenges to the community in terms of the biology of cooperation are: A consideration of how the community might be competing for survival – competing against other online environments for members’ time, competing against members’ diverse and dispersed interests and motivations, and possibly membership of other communities. Some questions arising from this are: Does this community pay enough attention to the challenges of competition?

2013 100

The Soft Skills of Collaboration and The Social Enterprise

Elsua

Collaboration has always been a buzzword and a tough challenge to meet up by competing knowledge workers who have been brought up all along with mantra’s like “ Knowledge is power &# (So why should you share it, right?

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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

Groups 184

Collaboration online

Jenny Connected

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). Relationships are beginning to be established. What specific challenges does online collaboration?

Abstract: Social Capital (Key Ideas)

Collaborative Thinking

What can be concluded is that social capital is the property of relationships. For Putnam, “social capital” refers to the collection of networks, norms of reciprocity, and the trust that arises within them which enables its participants to act together more effectively to pursue their shared objectives. Measuring social capital is challenging and Field points to the work of the World Bank and OECD in this area. Field, J. 2008). Social Capital (2nd ed.). Routledge. Abstract.

2011 133

Abstract: Social Capital (Key Ideas)

Collaborative Thinking

What can be concluded is that social capital is the property of relationships. For Putnam, “social capital” refers to the collection of networks, norms of reciprocity, and the trust that arises within them which enables its participants to act together more effectively to pursue their shared objectives. Measuring social capital is challenging and Field points to the work of the World Bank and OECD in this area. Field, J. 2008). Social Capital (2nd ed.). Routledge. Abstract.

2011 100

"Collaboration and Community" by Scott London

John Tropea - Delicious Community

"[5] In Collaborative Leadership , David Chrislip and Carl Larson offer a slightly different but also useful definition: "It is a mutually beneficial relationship between two or more parties who work toward common goals by sharing responsibility, authority, and accountability for achieving results."[6] The norms of consensus and joint decision-making sometimes require that the common good take precedence over the interests of a few.

2008 56

Culture: Valentine's day in Ghana

Joitske Hulsebosch

She did open-ended interviews with customers and shop-owners in Accra in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and concludes: "Borrowed from abroad, altered to fit local circumstances, Valentine's Day is part of a complex set of imported and indigenous lifestyle markers that are used increasingly in urban Africa by individuals and social groups to construct identities as older and more traditional cultural norms and forms loosen their hold. "

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Edupunks need to grow up

Ken Carroll

Once the relationships were built (about two to three months) I had absolutly zero behaviour issues and waiting lists for all my over performing classes. This challenge is about action. I invite you Ken to come by and take the challenge.

2008 127

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." 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. Facilitating CoPs online can focus on some of these "sociability" and relationship issues.

2007 28

Facebook Fan Page Event Going Viral and Attracting Hundreds Already

Online Social Networking

Interaction - I wanted to interact with each participant and start or nurture relationships. Community engagement is always a challenge. Also, in case you’re new here and wondering, subscribing and commenting are the accepted norms. A few days into 2010, I launched a major publicity event in connection with my upcoming 58th birthday. The event will take place right on my Facebook fan page.

Collaboration vs. C-Three (Cooperation, Coordination, and Communication)

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Even if we could define and express ideal communications, the relationship to results would remain illusive. In many cases, coordination boils down to two conditions: that people and units know what they are to do and when they are to do it; and that they see the relationship between what they do and what the coordinated whole achieves. In a fast break offense in basketball, however, speed and opportunity replace position and relationship. Define the challenge.

2011 41

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » FrenchPod is a PLS

Ken Carroll

It was an extremely positive, collegial relationship. 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 About Ken Carroll « Language and social distance Edupunks need to grow up » FrenchPod is a PLS FrenchPod went live last week.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Networking" emphasizes relationship initiation, often between strangers. After joining a social network site, users are prompted to identify others in the system with whom they have a relationship. SNSs are also challenging legal conceptions of privacy.

2007 77

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

John Tropea - Delicious Network

It’s a fascinating examination of how information flows from one person to another and complements a number of other similar studies that look at how social relationships can either block access to information or enhance access to it.

Socializing

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Dion Hinchcliffe, who is so talented at graphic representations of the relationships among concepts tackled social computing as the overarching and encompassing term for the mishmash of themes and terms.

What it takes to change an operating system

Chris Corrigan

In flat organizations, circles and open space events are probably more the norm. Successful core teams in my experience spend equal time learning, building relationships and working together. But a system’s tolerance for challenge is a sensitive thing and walking the edge comes with high stakes. Meetings reflect the basic operating system of a group of people.

2010 49

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. There are at least four asset- dimensions involved in transactions – objects, ideas/conversations, relationships, and purpose. Instead, the relationship with the person is the asset.

2010 71

Facilitation - Evaluation - Beyond the Edge - Viv McWaters

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

In many of the not-for-profit and government agencies that I work with, activity-based thinking is the norm and it takes a different lens for them to see their activities in a broader context. info@VivMcWaters.com.au

The tension in collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

VNA focuses on understanding and optimising the relationships through which commercial value flows. The following examples illustrate some of these challenges and how other people have articulated them. It’s the number of relationships they have with each other.”[

2008 40

Networks and The Myth of Flattening Organizations

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I am excited to be finding more colleagues who share the vision of real social change in organizations behind these relationship technology innovations. I research, write, teach and consult with organizations about the relationships between organizational identity, actions, and purpose.

2010 39

33 things to know about those who make your online social spaces live | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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.”

2010 50

The AppGap » Connecting … Virtual Teams: News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

For as long as I’ve known her, Nancy Settle-Murphy (principal consultant at Guided Insights ) has been facilitating virtual teams, providing insight into developing good conversational norms for distance communication as well as the use of emerging technology.

Communities of practice and organizational performance

John Tropea - Delicious Community

These dimensions include connections among practitioners who may or may not be co-located, relationships that build a sense of trust and mutual obligation, and a common language and context that can be shared by community members. The relationships within the community are enacted on the field, which provides an initial set of boundaries on the interactions among its members and on their goals. Community relationships are formed around practice.

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

Delicious/choconancy/community

Learning together depends on the quality of relationships of trust and mutual engagement that members develop with each other, a productive management of community boundaries, and the ability of some to take leadership and to play various roles in moving the inquiry forward” (Wenger, White, & Smith, 2009, p. Many more formal attempts have been made to create this kind of community, but they face significant challenges. “Community as Curriculum“, in: D. Araya & M.A.

Are we really collaborating? :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Headshift London | New York | Paris | Sydney | Zurich about projects blog themes Search Investigating the relationship between communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration. By recognising the nature of the interactions, we can betterunderstand the restrictions of, and relationship between, theassociated behaviours. senseprovides the space and leadership to cope with challenges to existingnorms, processes and assumptions.

2008 29

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. This is where learning happens (so long as the divide between experience and competence is not too wide), where new ideas are developed and old ones challenged, and inspiration occurs. Richard McDermott outlines 10 Critical Success Factors in Building Community Management Challenge 1.

Why Social Networking Can Mean Serious Business for Your Virtual Teams

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But what would it mean to virtual teams if members could tap into popular social networking tools to deepen relationships, form meaningful connections, and relate on a whole new level? Agree on protocols and norms as to how and when your team will use social networking tools.

KM Six Pack #6 - Networks: Power of sharing, learning, discovering together | Smart People magazine

John Tropea - Delicious Community

A CoP may also grow out of task groups, such as project teams wanting to extend and enhance relationships and lessons learned. 1 (7), 2009 – pdf reader version November 25, 2009 06:11 Following the eight norms of our readers November 14, 2009 05:11 Space invasion November 14, 2009 05:11 Jerry Ash I could not agree more, even though I am a constant cri.

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Tim on Etienne (Part I: Learning in Practice)

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Wenger argues for a more realistic adoption and expectation of learning, and challenges us to rethink learning, by introducing a ‘new’ social learning theory that is centered around social participation, being active participants in the practices of social communities and constructing identities in relation to these communities (p.4). Practices include both explicit components (procedures, norms, metaphors) and tacit components (subtle non-verbal cues, intuitions, assumptions).

Cover story: Building healthy communities - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

It is the relationship among people that builds the trust that makes sharing knowledge worthwhile. Projects, goals and deliverables give a community something specific to organise around, increasing interaction and, hence, providing greater opportunities to deepen relationships.

/Message: Overload, Schmoverload: The Myth Of Personal Productivity

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But the counter argument is that we need to expose ourselves to the challenges that we need to face, in order to gain the skills necessary to survive, or excel. There may be a loss in productivity relative to pre-web norms.

Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

A part of it is in understanding the composition of our social networks, and the skills, strengths, and relationships that are embedded within them. By mapping the network, one would understand the relationships between individuals and groups, how knowledge flows, and spot areas where communication channels could be opened and new connections made. Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect?