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Green Chameleon » From Data, with Love

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about From Data, with Love That most hallowed of mental models and glib explanations, the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom hierarchy has taken a bit of a beating this week.

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Green Chameleon » Connect, Contribute, Develop

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Connect, Contribute, Develop Tony Burgess of Company Command fame made a very striking contribution on the Comprac listserve the other day, which I’m quoting here with his permission.

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Green Chameleon » Chris Collison on KM and Technology

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Chris Collison on KM and Technology The guys at eClerx Services have continued their short KM video series with an interview with Chris Collison on the relationship between KM and technology.

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Green Chameleon » AWARE of Poor KM

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A 25-year-old NGO, the Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE), was recently taken over by a group of people with connections to a christian fundamentalist church. The new exco fired the heads of sub-committees and the centre manager soon after. They changed the lock so none of the old guards can access the premises. Without a doubt, those are more valuable knowledge classes than documents, as they are alive and take time to build.

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Green Chameleon » The Mobile Phone is a Knowledge Retention Tool

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about The Mobile Phone is a Knowledge Retention Tool In KM, one of the reasons we say why we need to capture and share knowledge is that it could walk out the door. It seems though that even when that knowledge has walked out the door, the connection may not. So, is the argument of knowledge walking out the door still valid?

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Learning to Change - Changing to Learn


Last week one of folks I follow in Twitter, John Hovell , shared a link to perhaps one of the most thought-provoking, controversial, enlightening and spot on YouTube video links I can remember since I started getting exposed to social software back in 2002!

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Overcoming Resistance to Change – Isn’t It Obvious?


In short, resistance to change anything. How much longer before we all realise that change is inevitable, after all? Change is always a hard job to carry out successfully, specially within a working environment where everything seems to work just fine. Well, may be.

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Happiness at Work Starts with #NoeMail


Or is it, maybe, because, you know, changing the nature of work is really hard , so why bother doing it anyway in the first place, right? Those of you who may be interested in going through the full interview can start playing the recording shared below: . How could we get connected?

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Using Unconference in the Enterprise – Manifesting Social Business

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Along with all the great knowledge-sharing and network-building that typically happens, an Unconference can be one of the key catalysts for the culture change needed to evolve to a more social business : a day of suspended organizational hierarchy, authentic communication (no PPTs), collaboration, learning and relationship development. The agenda is malleable – sessions can be suggested or changed throughout the day.

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Traditional Knowledge Management Systems - Adapt or Die


If you have been following this blog for a while, you would know how my professional background comes from various different areas associated for quite some time now with Knowledge Management, in particular, traditional Knowledge Management: Collaboration, Community Building, Learning, etc.

Open Enterprise 2009 - Dion Hinchcliffe Interviewed by Stowe Boyd


However, there are a number of other relevant topics that I thought I would share over here as well, since I feel rather identified with them. I have been sharing very similar thoughts all along since I started getting involved with the area of Social Computing a few years back.

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Green Chameleon » Building Common Ground on Jelly

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Today I noticed this post by Chandni over at Anecdote telling a really nice story of Google and Procter & Gamble and how they mooched around on each other’s territory and came up with some great learning as well as a better working relationship.

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Blog>> Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

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Since 1999, my work has been related to Knowledge Management (KM). Already then, KM was a term that was not well recognised; at the time, we did not label our KM-related consulting services with Knowledge Management. Today I am holding an official position in Knowledge Management, still many people do not grasp the term and have a clear understanding of it. In my comprehension, the field of Knowledge Management has a few clearly distinguished topics.

Green Chameleon » Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines We welcome Tim Wieringa as a guest blogger to Green Chameleon. Since 1999, my work has been related to Knowledge Management (KM). Already then, KM was a term that was not well recognised; at the time, we did not label our KM-related consulting services with Knowledge Management.

Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – The Pre-Event


Continuing further with that series of blog posts I mentioned yesterday I would be sharing during the course of this week on the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 Exploring the Tools and Techniques of Emergent Change #e2conf1 (With Dion Hinchcliffe ).

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Open Enterprise 2009 - Lee Bryant Interviewed by Stowe Boyd


At the risk of starting to sound repetitive , I am going to be sharing with you folks another video interview I have been watching lately from the increasingly-by-the-day more interesting Open Enterprise 2.0 at the moment: Change Management and Culture.

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The Company as Wiki by Best Buy’s Brad Anderson


Is Middle Management really threatened by the emergence of social software within the corporate firewall? Traditional hierarchical structures are changing tremendously right as we speak, as social software is helping executives and regular employees interact with one another at the same level.

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Work The Web


Would that change your opinion? to change the corporate world as we know it: "Enabling Many to Act as One!" IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing

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Executing Enterprise 2.0: Dachis Group Acquires Headshift


Well, if back then we got hold of the wrong end of the stick by focusing on everything, but what we really needed to focus on (Processes and technology, mainly, over the people, i.e. the knowledge workers themselves), it looks like we are back at it again.

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Don’t Start with the Tools: They Are Not Your Final Destination


Like asking ourselves “ how do you want to help your business become better at what you do, i.e. empower your knowledge workers to serve your customer(s) *even* better? IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Social Computing “?

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Behavioural Transition Strategies for E2.0 by Lee Bryant


Over the last few weeks I have been anxiously waiting for him to have a chance to blog about his experiences delivering the presentation, as well as perhaps share with us a copy of the slides. that will change your perception on Enterprise 2.0 The change is happening!

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A World Without Email - Year 2, Week 6 (EventoBlog - Servicios y Tecnologia 2.0 en la Empresa by Luis Suarez)


Plenty of conversations around change management, cultural issues, adoption, etc. but I think I am just going to leave it for a follow up blog post, since I want to share further details on what other conference events can learn from such an amazing experience we had in Seville.

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Evangelist: Think!


And how the change towards a new, more social, democratised, humanised, non-hierarchical, networked (A la wirearchy as Jon Husband would say), community based Enterprise can’t come about fast enough! IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Life Social Computing Work Life Balance

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Organising Knowledge » Taxonomy Work and Activity Mapping Gets Beyond the Politics of Science Research

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So they procured clickstream data covering almost a billion transactions on scholarly journal portals over two years, and produced this elegant map, showing that social sciences and some humanities sit at the densely connected centre of a cartwheel of suspiciously silo-looking scientific disciplines.

Emerging Autopoietic Communities – Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex Systems

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First IFIP International Workshop on Distributed Knowledge Management (DKM 2008), Oct, 18-19, 2008, Shanghai 1. Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex. Abstract—Knowledge-based communities are important but. emergence and development of knowledge-based communities at. Knowledge-based communities are highly complex. practice, knowledge management, complexity, emergence. even survival on building and disseminating knowledge.

Above and Beyond KM » Blog Archive » E2.0 Community Roles and Adoption Planning

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Above and Beyond KM A discussion of knowledge management that goes above and beyond technology. The members share a particular passion Stan Garfield’s Community Manifesto (10 principles) – set out below is an excerpt from the Manifesto: Communities should be independent.

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Green Chameleon » Touched

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I was suggesting that touch – physical touch – was something we should consider more when talking about knowledge management (and actually I was thinking about knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer in particular).

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Green Chameleon » Email is Dead?

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Its success in its ability to support so much variety of activity means it has become a universal tool of the connected. Facebook afficionados tell me they hardly ever use email now, they do all their communications and sharing using the toolsets on that platform.

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Green Chameleon » Touch

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Touch Knowledge management is far too abstract. So we make our crude distinctions between tacit and explicit knowledge, or between data, information and knowledge.

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Green Chameleon » Is KM a Pseudoscience?

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Both helped me clarify for myself the characteristics and dangers of “magical thinking&# in knowledge management, which I’ve blogged and spoken about before The Beyerstein article in particular caught my attention for the clarity it brings to the conduct of a rational pursuit. Management theory in general and KM theory in particular sometimes seems to forget that.

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

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He gives a few examples of alternative currencies currently in experimental phases, which I’ll list here: Time Banking – Creating Social Change by Weaving Community : This is an alternative currency system to be used in local communities.

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Green Chameleon » Of Conferences, Chatauquas and Boundary Objects

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Now the KM conference scene is not subject to the same forces as Chatauquas were, but I think there are tensions and drivers towards change. Instead of acting as boundary objects connecting the different communities, the conference scene feels like it could fragment, at least out on the peripheral circuits where I am. The local professional communities run their own events, but have decreasing access to the internationally connected thought leaders.

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Green Chameleon " Priming Social Software Adoption

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I’ve written about wiki raids , and other folks talk about barn-raisings (which makes the community connection much more clearly). Search Green Chameleon and Straits Knowledge Newsletter Subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates.

Green Chameleon » How to be a KM Guru #1

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You can change higher prices, for a start. I appreciate that you are not advocating against having a wide breadth of knowledge concerning km principles and issues (who could know everything?), Your argument is one Peter Drucker would whole-hearted agree with if his self-management paper is any indication. To me, KM seems like the connective tissue in an organsation. “A comprehensive grasp of knowledge characterised by both breadth and depth&# 2.

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SelectMinds Provides Secure Social Networking Platform for Enterprise Use | The AppGap

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There is a comprehensive permission management system that was created in response to a number of client implementations. SelectMinds can be integrated with other applications such as Confluence for content sharing. Share: Permalink RELATED POSTS - The Secure Enterprise 2.0

Green Chameleon » A Brief History of Arrangement

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So if an Asian and a Westerner are asked to group associated things from a list comprising Monkey, Cow, Banana and Grass, the Asian will tend to connect Monkey with Banana and Cow with Grass, while the Westerner will tend to connect the animals with animals, and the foods with foods. Asians see connections and contexts, while Westerners see categories ( Nisbett 2003). They could be grouped according to the environments that they shared (eg air, land or water).

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Leadership Maxims, Avoiding a CoP Mid-Life Crisis, Library Clips, Knowledge and Learning Toolkit, Ten Commandments for Business Failure

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Weekly Knowledge Management Blog by Stan Garfield KM Question, Thought Leader, Blog, Link, and Book of the Week [ Blogroll - KM Home Page - Send a Question - Implementing a successful KM programme ]. Knowledge – know as much as you can about your work, share your knowledge with others, and encourage them to do the same. They focus on developing a body of knowledge that serves larger organizational goals. Conversations, Connections and Context.