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16 Tips for Using #hashtags HINT: You’re doing it wrong :P #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Understand Folksonomy vs Taxonomy (free tagging vs categories). Free tagging (hashtags) changes that. With the whole of humanity tagging objects, we see a ground up (popular tags) rather than a top down (dewey decimal system) approach.

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Changing with technology: the example of collaborating with slack

Joitske Hulsebosch

I find it fascinating to see how our habits change (or don''t change at all!) Apparently you can not easily change your default phrase which which you start a phone conversation. Sometimes it works the other way, and you can also use technology to stimulate a change in habits.

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Organising Knowledge » New Book on Tagging by Gene Smith

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about New Book on Tagging by Gene Smith Here’s a new book I can’t wait to get my hands on.

Green Chameleon » What Makes Social Tagging Work

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about What Makes Social Tagging Work Tim over at LibraryThing has writen an excellent analysis of what makes social tagging work, by comparing the strategies used by Amazon and LibraryThing. They are different beasts, and the things that make social tagging work on the internt are not necessarily present inside the corporate environment. More than half of my classmates changed their major.

Green Chameleon » Resources on Taxonomies and Tagging

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Resources on Taxonomies and Tagging For those of you who you don’t regularly follow my book blog, there have been a number of recent posts on taxonomies and tagging, including lessons from burglars and emperors.

Constraints and Change in ChangeMooc

Jenny Connected

There needs to be a balance between the Red Queen Regime, where there is not enough structure, people are always running to stay in the same place, everything happens too fast, there is no creativity or emergence – and the Stalinist Regime where nothing changes because there is too much structure. Jon Dron suggestions revolved around parcellation and tagging. Tagging could be one answer.

Constraints and Change in ChangeMooc

Jenny Connected

There needs to be a balance between the Red Queen Regime, where there is not enough structure, people are always running to stay in the same place, everything happens too fast, there is no creativity or emergence – and the Stalinist Regime where nothing changes because there is too much structure. Jon Dron suggestions revolved around parcellation and tagging. Tagging could be one answer.

The Business Case for Enterprise Social Bookmarking: $4.6 Million a Year in Cost Savings!

Elsua

Indeed, social bookmarking / tagging! Not sure what you would think, but I strongly believe that social bookmarking and social tagging are still an important and rather critical part of a successful Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise Tagging Service social software saves IBM $4.6

Listening vs. doing at CHIFOO

Learning Alliances

Despite getting introduced by the likes of Ward Cunningham as “a researcher,&# I’m always more interested in trying to change how we participate in a conversation than in standing on the podium explaining to a passive audience how much more fun real participation really is.

Green Chameleon » Facets and Tags

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Facets and Tags More posts on tackling perceptions of facets and visualising tagging patterns over at the book blog.

Green Chameleon » Random Fun or Serendipity?

Green Chameleon

There’s a tagging meme going round where you design your own CD album cover using randomly generated elements for title, band name and cover image drawn from Quotationspage.com, Wikipedia, and Flickr.

Don’t Underestimate the Power of (Social) Collaboration. It Is Not a Given

Elsua

I think we all know what really needs to happen to turn that situation around 180 degrees and start thinking it’s a good time to shift gears and realise about a single fact that would change the way we do work today: never underestimate the power of (social) collaboration. . Take the example of tagging. And that’s just tagging. Ok, back to Social Business.

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Green Chameleon » Supermarket 2.0

Green Chameleon

enabled – with user tagging, RSS feeds, semantic search, the works. Cross, Andrew Parker, Rob Cross: The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really Gets Done in Organizations Theodore Zeldin: Conversation: How Talk Can Change Our Lives © 2006-2008 Straits Knowledge.

Green Chameleon » Folksonomies in the Enterprise

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Folksonomies in the Enterprise Sarah Hayman has published a very strong and pragmatic paper on a combined folksonomy-controlled vocabulary approach which promises rich results for the application of tagging and exploitation of folksonomies in the enterprise. There is a web experiment regarding to folksonomies and collaborative tagging systems.

Forrester: Enterprise Search is Maturing and Becoming More Social

Portals and KM

As the industry standards for search evolve, vendors will change their products to adapt to new customer investment trends with changes in semantics capabilities and increased usage of search-based applications (SBA). Social behavior like tagging and recommending will also become a signal for relevance calculations. Yesterday I wrote about social search and the Web.

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. And, instead, how sharing it openly and transparently, through the (Social) Web, would give us an opportunity to change how the business world works – and for that matter, society as a whole.

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Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"

Collaborative Thinking

By definition, generalists tend not to focus (actually, they do focus but just not to the extent that specialists do), they don’t often travel in groups (lacking common associations, designations, and unions), and their shape-shifting versatility changes them frequently. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

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"If what you are working on is not worth sharing, why are you working on it?"

Joitske Hulsebosch

We may help management change the questions. It is good to get better in tagging. (This post was first published on my dutch site ennuonline.com ) Jane Bozarth is the writer of the book Show your Work.

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Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Future of Social Business – Rest of the Story

Portals and KM

  Dogear was one of the first that became a product (see Social Bookmarking in the Enterprise – IBM’s Internal Tagging Tool – Dogear).  Also, they are making other changes to accommodate different cultures. This is another in a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2011.

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Tracing traces

Neighbourhoods

Some people will find this odd because it sounds like sanctioned tagging. The prints are hard to find – conditions change and, having been exposed, it seems they are unlikely to last long – but I saw several and yes, they are exciting to a closet anthropologist like me.

Disintermediated sensemaking

Chris Corrigan

Lots of folks are making change, because they know intuitively how to do this, but they way we learn about that change is so tied to an inappropriate knowledge system, that I’m not convinced we have much of an idea what works and what doesn’t.

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Collaborative Thinking: Should NewsGator Worry About Microsoft?

Collaborative Thinking

That could change of course if Microsoft wanted to improve IE7s feed reader beyond its rudimentary features at some point. Yes in the sense that Microsoft could actually make a move to acquire NewsGator - that would be the game changing move by the folks in Redmond. (It

Blog>> Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

Green Chameleon

Related to this is the topic of taxonomies, tagging, and other forms to classification. These disciplines are Psychology of Behaviour, Change Management, etc. 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.

Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"?

Collaborative Thinking

remained a “squishy” concept and encouraged the type of evangelism that often derailed KM efforts, it did open the door to a new array of tools that were categorized as enterprise social software: blogs, wikis, RSS, tagging, bookmarking, micro-blogging, and so on. We are also just at the beginning when it comes to understanding the cultural, structural, and change management aspects of what E2.0

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Interact Offers an Intranet for Enterprise 2.0

Portals and KM

Another useful tool is @tagging of content – allowing the user to easily link to intranet content including documents, events and people. You can also get user feedback in order to make changes to better meet user needs.

The True Nature of a Social Intranet

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Im already subscribed The True Nature of a Social Intranet By Oscar Berg ( @oscarberg ) | May 16, 2011 On the surface, a social intranet might seem to be just an intranet dressed up in rounded corners and pastel colors and with features such as blogs, wikis, activity feeds, ratings, profiles and tagging. Conference Boston: Building Social Business Sep 12, 2011 – Semphonic X Change 2011 Web Analytics Conference Whos Hiring?

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Green Chameleon » Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

Green Chameleon

Related to this is the topic of taxonomies, tagging, and other forms to classification. These disciplines are Psychology of Behaviour, Change Management, etc. Cross, Andrew Parker, Rob Cross: The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really Gets Done in Organizations Theodore Zeldin: Conversation: How Talk Can Change Our Lives © 2006-2008 Straits Knowledge.

Technology Stewardship: App Integration Testing

Full Circle Associates

After I use my string, I may want to return to my draft board and note what changes I did, what did and didn’t work. The latter is content sharing with useful tagging. Alerts in Slack when a board is changed.

Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

It also allows you to manage product lifecycles with release, release notes, change requests, issues and defects. How Social Media is Changing the Late Night TV Landscape 2. The Top 6 Game-Changing Features of Google Wave 4. The Top 6 Game-Changing Features of Google Wave (82) 5.

Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"? (Collaborative Thinking)

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

remained a “squishy” concept and encouraged the type of evangelism that often derailed KM efforts, it did open the door to a new array of tools that were categorized as enterprise social software: blogs, wikis, RSS, tagging, bookmarking, micro-blogging, and so on. We are also just at the beginning when it comes to understanding the cultural, structural, and change management aspects of what E2.0 Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change. Tagging.

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December Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

Bring Wireless Technology To The Classroom , December 17, 2009 innovating education , December 10, 2009 How Mobile Cell Phones Change Everything When We Do - Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Education , December 15, 2009 Ipod Touch (10) iPods in Education Part 13: Uses in Kindergarten?

McKinsey Web 2.0 Enterprise Research - Surprises?

Green Chameleon

4) Among the tools themselves, there is an increasing array of choices and some changes already in the popularity of individual tools. In one of the bigger "ouches” for fans of socially-generated knowledge, tagging appears to be another casualty in the McKinsey research.

CoP Series #8: Content and Community

Nancy White

The content may be dynamic, changing and evolving so one set of static resources that works for todays course is outdated in six months. Learning content is not a static element, particularly for topics that are deeply embedded in our rapidly change society.

Ten Reasons Why "Enterprise RSS" Has Failed To Become Mainstream

Collaborative Thinking

Employees may be unwilling to change their behaviors to take advantage of feed readers (if they have been rolled out). This space remains one of the most critical architectural areas for enterprise strategists - it touches on everything organizations are doing with blogs, wikis, tagging and social bookmarking systems, and social networking. The article below is interesting in that it does call out a dark truth - enterprise adoption of feed syndication tools has been lacking.

Communities of practice: from fishermen guilds to the global village

Joitske Hulsebosch

I agree with the described changes, on the other hand, I don't think it is either/or. So I'd disagree with tagging one type of CoP as 'traditional' and the other as 'modern'.

The Web in Twenty

Elsua

A few days back my good friend, and fellow IBM colleague, Aneel Lakhani , tagged me on an on-going meme that’s been going around for a little while now called " The Web in Twenty " where participants have to eventually provide answers to three different questions: How has the Web changed your life? How has the Web changed business and society?

Social Physics: Oxymoron or Big 'Social' Data Tipping Point?

Governance in a Networked World

As much as we could be offended by being placed close to the (0,0) axis point I still feel there is a big difference in the quality of the intelligence you might gain from an astute survey question and any number of social tagging data points.

Green Chameleon » Folksonomies and Rich Serendipity

Green Chameleon

What makes folksonomic tagging activity different from “free text” keywords entered into optional metadata fields by publishers of content into content management systems? Why does the serendipity afforded by such (user contributed) keywords seem less powerful than folksonomic tagging?

The Four Tenets of the Community Manager

John Tropea - Delicious Community

If a socially-responsible company does this right and fulfills a role in the larger community, it can catalyze the community and whole industries towards change. « Marketing 4 Change May 17th, 2008 10:29 pm […] organizations.

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The “Local Tail” Exposes What's Hidden Right Next to Us

Alchemy of Change

The core idea here is that the Internet changes many of the hit-driven business models we’ve come to take for granted. Combine it with reputation systems like those found on eBay and more useable browsing with geo-tagging via cell phones and you start to get something very interesting.

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