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Relationships and Identity: Two Sides of the Social Networking Coin

Collaborative Thinking

When we think of relationships, and study it from a social perspective, we look at: how people construct facets of their identity based on social structures in a particular context and activity. When we study relationships from a purely identity management focus, we look at the people, process, and technology arenas such as: how the organization ensures that authenticated and authorized employees are securely accessing information and applications. Facebook Connect, OpenSocial).

The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections — Communities: The Driving Force of Enterprise 2.0

Elsua

Yesterday we had that unique opportunity of re-launching one of the oldest internal communities at IBM. A community that has been there for almost 10 years, on and off, but that it keeps coming back time and time again. That’s the name of the community.

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Launch Day of Communities and Networks Connection

Elsua

For a good number of years, almost from the very beginning since I have gotten involved rather heavily with social software in my role both as a Knowledge Manager and Community Builder, I have been saying that the major drivers of social software adoption within the enterprise are communities, whichever flavour you would want to consider (of Practice, of Interest, of Purpose, etc. Thus as you can see a tremendous potential for Communities and Networks Connection.

About Full Circle | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I founded Full Circle in 1997 to allow me to to tap both my and my network’s breadth of skills, knowledge and interest in a productive and creative way. We focus on online and offline strategies with a passionate interest in online community and collaboration. The Full Circle Philosophy To connectconnect people with ideas, information, services and other people. thank you, tanya # The Business of Connecting « Marylhurst 2.0

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Want to Know What Community Members (a.k.a. Customers) Need? Just Ask.

Online Community Strategy

In its most basic form, a community strategy is a balance of an organization’s goals and its member’s (a.k.a In many cases there seems to be a real fear (or at least discomfort) in connecting 1 to 1 with customers. WHY are they motivated to build relationships with each other? .

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Want to Know What Community Members (a.k.a. Customers) Need? Just Ask.

Online Community Strategy

In its most basic form, a community strategy is a balance of an organization’s goals and its member’s (a.k.a In many cases there seems to be a real fear (or at least discomfort) in connecting 1 to 1 with customers. WHY are they motivated to build relationships with each other? .

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Traditional Knowledge Management Systems - Adapt or Die

Elsua

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.

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

Elsua

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

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Above and Beyond KM A discussion of knowledge management that goes above and beyond technology. Community Roles and Adoption Planning Here are my notes from the second session of the Enterprise 2.o Luis prefers to talk about "facilitating" a community rather than "managing" a community.]

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Evangelist: Think!

Elsua

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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Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Call For Papers Community, Voting Process

Collaborative Thinking

conference in Boston this year, I have submitted three sessions that I hope the community finds helpful and relevant. If you find them valuable, I hope you take the time to participate in the community process and vote for these proposals. The session will connect the process, cultural, and tooling aspects of profiles, social graphs, etc. in the context of talent, learning, and community. For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0

Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 3

Elsua

world at the moment, specially with that growing obsession from every business to have a communities program. Well, this panel session will surely set the stage on how you can move further with the development and sustainability of those communities themselves.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Three

Elsua

That’s what knowledge workers want to do; they don’t want to adopt a new set of social tools that replace everything they have been doing; they eventually want to keep improving their own productivity on what they are already doing in their day to day work flow.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 1

Elsua

is, and where it is heading… I expect this one to be an eye opener for most of us… Lessons Learned From Internal Communities #e2conf30 with Peter Kim , Jamie Pappas , Joan DiMicco and Patricia Romeo – My interest on this one?

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Matt and Nancy blather about slow communities | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

but Matt Moore and I had a fun time yesterday as he recorded our conversation about Slow Communities. Nancy has been writing & talking a lot about “slow community&# recently – video , slides & post here & here. Is “community&# generically scalable?

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day One

Elsua

As long as the wi-fi connection allowed me to , of course! Most folks shared their insights inclined towards the concept of witnessing a revolution at work, whereas I tend to think it is more an evolution of what we have been having all along. Lessons Learned From Internal Communities.

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About Full Circle | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I founded Full Circle in 1997 to allow me to to tap both my and my network’s breadth of skills, knowledge and interest in a productive and creative way. We focus on online and offline strategies with a passionate interest in online community and collaboration. The Full Circle Philosophy To connectconnect people with ideas, information, services and other people. thank you, tanya # The Business of Connecting « Marylhurst 2.0

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[KMers] Training Community Managers and Facilitators

Elsua

I have been participating in a good bunch of them sharing some further insights myself, but, above all, learning plenty more from a whole bunch of really smart and rather talented knowledge workers, willing to share openly their knowledge, extensive experiences and inspiring stories.

Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Two (Continued …)

Elsua

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

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Two

Elsua

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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Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 2

Elsua

We shall see… The Future of Social Messaging in the Enterprise #e2conf14 with Irwin Lazar as moderator and a whole bunch of speakers that I am not sure whether they would have plenty of time to share their insights. What a rush from the last couple of days!

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Collaborative Thinking: Why Is Social Software So Important?

Collaborative Thinking

First, before being a buyer or seller of products and services, an organization is a participant in a complex network of market and stakeholder relationships (e.g., Catalyzing stakeholder participation builds relationships that evolve into a groundswell of community action.

Collaborative Thinking: Enterprise 2.0: A Critical Assessment

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta See how were connected Connections February 2009 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Categories Attention Management blogging BurtonGroupCatalyst07 BurtonGroupCatalyst08 Business_IT_Alignment Collaboration Commentary Communication design digital+life e-Mail Enterprise 2.0 Tagging Community

Community of practice - EduTech Wiki

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Community of practice From EduTech Wiki Jump to: navigation , search This article or section is incomplete and its contents need further attention. Contents 1 Definitions 2 Supporting a COP through virtual environments 3 Communities of practice, formal learning and education 4 Components of a social learning system 4.1 Communities of practice 4.2 Identities 5 Building a social learning system 5.1 Community building 5.2 Community Challenge 5.

Full Circle Associates " Notes from the Seattle Online Community Meetup

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Online Community Meetup Gathering at Microsoft An hour of conversation, beer, wine and food Introductions Open space with 6 speaker slots of up to 15 minutes. the gist of the question was “how do we encourage sharing of content and knowledge ACROSS communities and organizations.

Communities of practice and organizational performance

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Storck As organizations grow in size, geographical scope, and complexity, it is increasingly apparent that sponsorship and support of communities of practice—groups whose members regularly engage in sharing and learning, based on common interests—can improve organizational performance. To build an understanding of how communities of practice create organizational value, we suggest thinking of a community as an engine for the development of social capital.

Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Staff induction Anecdote circles Narrative & Change Knowledge strategy Collaboration Stories to size up Expertise Location About KM SNA and strategy Narrative & Branding Connecting people Tacit & Communities. Building a collaborative workplace. China’s initial reluctance to share information is considered a significant factor in the rapid spread of the disease and the initial failure to control its spread. Research was shared in near real-time.