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The KM and Social Computing Culture Changes


I know that for a good number of years Social Computing and Knowledge Management have been walking different paths. They are both trying to help improve the overall productivity of knowledge workers. The good old KM pyramid graphic of tools, processes and people?

Validating Social Computing by Living a Historial Moment at IBM


most of the time around the area of Knowledge Management, collaboration, communities and social computing. My initial first contact with social software dates back to 2000 and 2001, when I was a member of one of the most active IBM communities (And still going strong!

A World Without Email - Year 2, Weeks 11 to 14 (Email as a Collaboration Tool? No, Thanks!)


And here I am, once again, putting together another blog post where I will be sharing a quick update on how things are going. I know I may not be able to share some further insights on interesting links I may bump into, but I think I am willing to give it a try.

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Why Is Knowledge Sharing Important? A Matter of Survival


That man has got plenty of golden nuggets to share around the topics of Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Communities, Learning and Enterprise 2.0 Have you checked out one of his most recent blog posts on Why is Knowledge Sharing Important?

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


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 Like any other standard social bookmarking site.

Knowledge Is … All About Working Smarter, Not Necessarily Harder!


The first one is coming from IBM under the heading “ IBM Business Solutions: CIO Collaboration Tools for a Smarter Planet &# and it lasts for nearly one minute. You could probably say that it is not even knowledge work altogether, right? “ Passion for Knowledge (!!). .

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A World Without Email — Year 3, Weeks 24 to 28 (Email Is Where Knowledge Goes to Die – The Presentation)


It has been a while now since the last progress report I have shared over here around the topic of living “ A World Without Email “, that experiment that has been going on for over 2.5 Even your knowledge! Tags: Collaboration Communities Enterprise2.0

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10 Reasons NOT to Ban Social Media In Organisations – The Meme


side ) blog post where I shared a couple of thoughts on the Top 10 Reasons to Ban Social Media in the Organisations that Jane Hart shared over at her blog coming from a YouTube video put together by Ron Desi with that same title. Social Media is a time waster.

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Google Plus – One50, Two50 and TheRest


The truth is that I am ready to make plenty of blunt moves on redefining my social networking presence out there on the Social Web, and I will be sharing some further insights on that regard very soon, but one thing for sure is that at this point in time my blog will remain where it is.

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Social Business Begins by Unleashing Your Business Talent


Over the last couple of days, two rather interesting, and noteworthy, articles over at Technology Review , written rather nicely by Erica Naone , have been making the rounds out there on Social Web around Enterprise 2.0 An employee reconceived the service, adding better social features.

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The Conference Call – Fun at Work or Fun in Work?


I mean, don’t you think that knowledge workers should be entitled to have just as much fun behind the firewall as outside of the firewall? Yes, that impact of social tools like YouTube and the wonderfully hilarious The Conference Call by David Grady.

New Experiement: Splitting Personalities


However, it does relate to one of the social software tools that I have enjoyed the most in the nearly three years that I have been using it. Yes, I am talking about social networking tools like Facebook, LinkedIn & Slideshare, amongst several others.

The Second Coming of Blogging


My good friend Bill Ives calls it Personal Knowledge Management, a term I tend to come pretty close to in describing how I perceive my own blogging all along (Coming close to nearly six years now!). Tags: Collaboration Communities Enterprise2.0

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How Playing Games at Work Will Help You Build Trust for Your Business


Yesterday I put together a blog post where I tried to share some further insights on how if today’s current corporate world would want to survive in the 21st century, it would probably need to start thinking about how to bring back again into the workplace the fun factor.

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McAfee’s Hypothesis and The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software


However, I thought I would venture into sharing an initial response to the latest blog post from Andy in this series. Molly is a knowledge worker. A knowledge worker who always wants to do a good job. A knowledge worker.

IBM’s Smart Work Global Jam – Towards the Smarter Enterprise


and social software are helping out address and fix quite nicely and certainly provoke that knowledge workers continue to work smarter and not necessarily harder. How can collaboration help business process management evolve to drive optimization for all parties involved?

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Will Social Software Replace Email in an Enterprise 2.0 World?


Perhaps, in a follow-up blog post I will talk a little bit about which social networking sites have now been become part of my recently created and ongoing " black list " Facebook, LinkedIn and Slideshare are just three of them, but there are a few more.

IBM’s Social Business Jam – Are You Jamming Yet?


Of course, I am talking about IBM’s Lotusphere 2011 conference event that took place from January 30th till February 3rd and my short visit to Morristown, New Jersey, to conduct a couple of workshops for some customers on The Social Enterprise and Social Software Adoption.

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My KM World Session Notes: Carla O'Dell on KM in a 2.0 World

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I am primarily posting my notes from the  2011 KM World  on the  Darwin blog. I will share a few key sessions here and then a list of all of them with links. I World, by Carla O'Dell , President - APQC Author, The New Edge in Knowledge. The session was more about knowledge management in general but it was excellent.  World is the reliance on employees to create, share, rate, and consume content.

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A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 49 to 51 (EMail Is Where Knowledge Goes to Die)


So I thought I would write down today the one before last blog entry for Year #2 of those weekly (Now probably more monthly ) progress reports sharing some further insights on the state of things at this point, as I am about to close the second year of this my new reality. However, for week #51 I am going to share it over here, so you can get a quick glimpse of what the last three weeks have been like put together in combination. re-findability of the content originally shared.

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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.

Top 10 Reasons to Ban Social Media in the Organisation! — Really?


This time around with the Top 10 Reasons to Ban Social Media in the Organisation. Wouldn’t that help us build more trustworthy personal business relationships with those who we collaborate and share knowledge with the closest? Collaboration Communities Enterprise2.0

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Blog>> KM Asia 2010 - A Summary of Topics

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Last week, I have participated in KM Asia; as usual, this has been a very interesting event with great contributions from the region and other parts of the world. Olivier Amprimo was suggesting to discover content based on personal filter, leveraging social computing. Ron Young provoked by presenting quantum physics and showed the link to KM; we should allow coherent domains to collide to create radical innovation.

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Open Enterprise 2009 - Dion Hinchcliffe Interviewed by Stowe Boyd


social software adoption, case studies (Dion actually mentions quite a few examples to check out further!), 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.

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A World Without Email — Year 2, Week 52 (Email Is Dead… Long Live Email!)


using social software tools to collaborate and share your knowledge across vs. other traditional ones like email. Once you decide to step in, take the social tools for a spin, you won’t be back; or, at least, with the same kind of email volume as before and that can only be a good thing, don’t you think? ", specially after all I have written all along, and after all of the details I have shared over here over the course of the last few months?

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The Man Who Should The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Tag, You’re It!


In a way, it was triggered again by some of the conversations I had during the break(s) at the Social Business Summit, so I thought it would be a good time to finally address it, at least, with this initial blog post. Did you share your passion(s) across?)

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How Will You Manage?


to businesses (Specially, if you think about the good old KM meme of "Knowledge Transfer" of senior employees about to retire to younger ones). Now in the social era you want to unleash the knowledge. The Social Web.

A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 46 to 48 (Are You Ready for Fun?)


So that basically means that regular blogging activities will resume from here onwards on this blog once again, as well as a bunch of other social networking related ones both inside and outside the firewall! Fully re-energised and with your batteries fully charged ready to take on to another year of exciting activities, events and whatever other happenings around the subject of KM, Collaboration, Communities, Learning, Social Computing and, of course, Social Software Adoption.

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Killing Email: How and Why I Ditched My Inbox by Zen Habits


Sometimes it’s more difficult than what people think, and other times, it just needs to happen… And that’s exactly what Leo seems to have done: move away from email and start using other forms of interactions, mostly making use of social software tools.

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A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 42 to 45 (50 Minutes a Week!)


Like I said, for all of those there are hundreds of articles already out there which I am sure you may have been reading already… So, over the next couple of weeks I am going to share a number of different reflections on what 2009 has meant for me and what it has enabled to prepare for the upcoming year. It looks like that’s the timeframe I keep coming back to in order to share what’s been happening. Tags: Collaboration Communities Enterprise2.0

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Two (Continued …)


On that same dinner I shared with Ben, Greg and a few others I got to know and talk to a couple of folks from Brainpark who gave me a lovely 1:1 private tour of what it does and how it is trying to get some traction in the Enterprise 2.0 KM on steroids or the per-used KM 2.0.

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Green Chameleon » Dead KM Walking

Green Chameleon blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Dead KM Walking In the land of taxonomy there are only two species: the Lumpers who gather related things together and look for their commonalities (these are the categorisers), and the Splitters who look for the distinctions between things and separate them based on those distinctions (these are the classifiers). But for this to happen, knowledge sharing has to be emergent.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 3


Enterprise Social Networks (A Field Research Study) #e2conf24 with Mike Gotta , which I am sure will be another great speaker session from Mike, detailing some of the really good work he has been doing on the research study on Enterprise 2.0.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Two


Yes, indeed, I am almost done with this series of blog entries sharing with you folks what I learned throughout the event that took place in Boston a few weeks back. A knowledge based enterprise will not thrive without social capital and those social, informal and trivial interactions.

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Reflections from 2011 – A World Without Email – The Documentary


And what a better way of finishing that year end report than sharing with you all the last week, i.e. week #52, along with the overall yearly report itself. I know, a long time ago, but still worth while sharing across before we catch up with 2011′s, don’t you think?

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KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together. APQC knowledge management km best practices. KM Topics. KM Overview. Knowledge Transfer in the Internet Age. Continue reading Knowledge Transfer in the Internet Age. -->. Multigenerational Knowledge Sharing: Whats in It for Me? Ive talked with a lot of people recently about the KM opportunities and challenges facing their organizations. APQC on KM.

E L S U A ~ A KM Blog by Luis Suarez » Blog Archive » IBM Drives Enterprise Adoption of Social Networks with New Enterprise Adaptability Practice

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Check out the article over at IBM Drives Enterprise Adoption of Social Networks with New Enterprise Adaptability Practice ! to start sharing their knowledge and collaborating with other knowledge workers.

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E L S U A ~ A KM Blog " Blog Archive " Communities of Practice and Their Business Value

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He just recently ventured into creating his own KM weblog over at ITtoolbox , too! Every KM program should have a community program if they would want to succeed. Thanks, Douglas , for sharing the link ! Social Networking - The Twitterverse Debates Changes, Changes, Changes.

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E L S U A ~ A KM Blog by Luis Suarez " Blog Archive " Social Media Today - The Art and Science of Forming Successful Online Communities

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But, before I do that, let me just share with you as well that you can also watch the webcast yourself by going into the following URL and then click on the Join Event button. As you would be able to see from the link I shared above , the featured speakers were actually incredibly good.

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Getting to Know Collective and Collaborative :: Personal InfoCloud

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The two terms are rather similar in definition (in some dictionaries they are nearly identical), but the differences between the two terms have a huge difference when it comes to value in social software. Quite often a wiki page on a subject is used as an example of a collaborative effort.

Green Chameleon » Could a CoP Become a Gang

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Another “redeemed&# member shared that when members join a gang, they believe that it would give them independence, protection and the freedom to do as they please. Posted by Edgar Tan on 27/09/07 at 01: 30 AM | Categories: Communities , Culture , KM Critiqued , Knowledge Sharing , Knowledge Transfer | Permalink 3 Comments so far Stephen Collins Patrick, I see what you’re getting at here, and I’d like to believe it never happened, but I’m not that naive.

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The Content Economy: Why a social (professional) online network is a key strategic resource

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The Content Economy This is a blog about how information technologies can be used to facilitate communication, knowledge exchange and collaboration across time, space and culture. Find Categories My shared items in Google Reader Loading. Instead of relying on small, isolated groups or outside consultants, organizations can leverage their social network to identify opportunities and resources for strategic initiatives. socialnetwork_km strategy conversations

Green Chameleon " Could a CoP Become a Gang

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Another “redeemed&# member shared that when members join a gang, they believe that it would give them independence, protection and the freedom to do as they please. Posted by Edgar Tan on 27/09/07 at 01: 30 AM | Categories: Communities , Culture , KM Critiqued , Knowledge Sharing , Knowledge Transfer | Permalink 3 Comments so far Stephen Collins Patrick, I see what you’re getting at here, and I’d like to believe it never happened, but I’m not that naive.

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