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Collaborative Thinking: Integrating SharePoint And Confluence

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While Confluence is popular, customers should be able to integrate other blog and wiki vendors as well(e.g., SharePoint Connector for Confluence - How We Did It A few months ago, we and Atlassian announced their SharePoint Connector for Confluence, which impressed both customers and analysts.

News Updates (September 22, 2009)

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For the last year and a half, he’s been using a wiki-cum-blog tool called Confluence, from Atlassian. Logica's consulting staff are using the iPhone for a range of tasks when on-the-go, and are now helping customers develop iPhone applications. Zoho Discussions.

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Core Principles for the New Economy: Human Agency & Enlightened Self-Interest « emergent by design

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I want to make this happen in an online environment, which we’re doing now using enterprise collaboration software, Confluence Atlassian.). This takes the form of bottom up localised development in an experimental project in the Tomsk regionl in Russia. September 2011. September 2010. September 2009. Asset Based Community Development Institute. Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Skip to content. emergent by design.

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The Four Tenets of the Community Manager

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technologies. […] The Candidate Community Manager | Jobs September 5th, 2008 11:48 am […] Owyang has led the way in many respects on defining Community Managers and their roles within organizations grappling with social media and Web 2.0

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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Mzinga (Acquired Prospero, March 2008) “We enable organizations to easily, quickly, and cost-effectively develop branded, integrated communities and social networks comprised of message boards, blogs, ratings, and chats and to manage them using a single, intuitive platform.&#

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Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Keynote

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Connections demo: home page (ala Facebook - first shot at implementing news feeds, lists etc), review of new features, demo of Confluence wiki. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Why Is Social Software So Important?

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Consequently, we will be migrating information off the JotBox into a number of different tools ranging from WordPress, Mediawiki, and Confluence to SharePoint 2007 over the coming months. I’d love to hear more about the solution you implemented - it looks like self-developed, is it?

Collaborative Thinking: Social Software Vendor Roundup

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socialwrite.com " Blog Archive " Wikis are not Social Software

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Wikis powered by s/w like Mediawiki are definitely less social than something like Atlassian’s Confluence. On a recent 17k user Confluence implementation I led, the most widely used feature was the Personal Space.

Creating Passionate Users: User Community and ROI

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The rewards can simply be status, early access to betas, and especially restricted access to the developers where they can discuss their ideas or at least listen to the engineers and designers describe why they made the choices they did, etc.

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Headshift :: Social networks and innovation

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democracy design developers development digital e-government education egovernment elearning elearnspace email engagement engine enterprise enterprise 2.0

Headshift : Gettin' Wiki With It

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Gettin Wiki With It One of our more massively complex systems is about to get a major upgrade - and I mean major - this version has been in development for most of this year. The only tools needed are a web browser and, ideally, a projector, and the attendees can see the meeting notes (and the plan itself) developing in real time. Even non-attendees can see the progress of the meeting while its taking place, either by viewing the in-progress Confluence page or via RSS.

Collaborative Thinking: Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps.

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Socialtext , NewsGator and Atlassian ( Confluence wiki ) are examples. Our development team would love to provide OOB hooks into SharePoint for Lotus Connections (a customer request we'd be happy to meet), but want to do it using your REST API, the way we've done it with Confluence, SocialText, and our own stuff.

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For

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vendors become part of a broader Connections platform environment - wouldnt it be great to have Moveable Type of WordPress as blogging options - or to have Confluence or Socialtext as wiki options - or to have Attensa, KnowNow or NewsGator as feed syndication platform options? Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Will It Take A Youthquake To Re-Tool The Enterprise?

The Twentieth Century was Wrong :: Blog :: Headshift

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

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SelectMinds has been providing social networking platforms for employees to support innovation and engagement and increase productivity, and for former employees to enhance recruiting and business development since 2000.

Social Software Vendor Roundup

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Freeman: The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science Wouter de Nooy: Exploratory Social Network Analysis with Pajek (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences) James Surowiecki: The Wisdom of Crowds Malcolm Gladwell: The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference Malcolm Gladwell: Blink : The Power of Thinking Without Thinking George S.

Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

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JiveSoftware “We develop award-winning collaboration software that improves a company’s productivity through open collaboration among employees, partners and customers. Greetings Andrew September 6th, 2007 1:34 pm Hi Jeremiah, Thanks for talking with us Sosius at the Office 2.0

Manage, and you might survive. Facilitate, and you will thrive. :: Blog :: Headshift

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In the email and subsequent conversation I made the case that the value of the offline networking events could be increased considerably by developing an online platform with a business networking component for members at its heart.

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study " Inside out

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Consequently, we will be migrating information off the JotBox into a number of different tools ranging from WordPress, Mediawiki, and Confluence to SharePoint 2007 over the coming months. I’d love to hear more about the solution you implemented - it looks like self-developed, is it?

Collaboration vs sharing

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A big part of the role of KM (or whatever you want to call it) is the development of shared contexts between groups within an organisation because without that shared context you cant transfer anything. One approach is to develop common methods, taxonomies & languages for teams. Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing.

More collaboration

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Engineers without Fears Saturday, September 15, 2007 More collaboration James Dellow takes up the conversation about collaboration. James D makes the point that collaboration happens within organisations & that people will use any tools that come to hand. Absolutely agree with this. James goes on to say: This cycle by the way is taking place at an enterprise level, but also at the level of individual workgroups, teams and projects.

freezing out on the scarpa flow

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Engineers without Fears Monday, January 14, 2008 freezing out on the scarpa flow Michael Idinopulos writes about in-the-flow and out-of-the flow activities and wiki beahaviour and Andrew McAfee takes his point a bit further. Andrew asks: How outlandish would it be for a company to put participation in emergent social software platforms in the flow for at least some employees?

Are we really collaborating? :: Blog :: Headshift

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democracy design developers development digital e-government education egovernment elearning elearnspace email engagement engine enterprise enterprise 2.0 Headshift London | New York | Paris | Sydney | Zurich about projects blog themes Search Investigating the relationship between communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration.

infoarch: Crafting Collaboration with Stigmergy

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infoarch About my experiencesas an information architect Tuesday, October 14, 2008 Crafting Collaboration with Stigmergy Its been a while since I bumped into a PhD thesis on mass collaboration. The Wikinomics blog pointed to it.

Engineers without Fears: collaboration tools: stags

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Engineers without Fears Tuesday, April 15, 2008 collaboration tools: stags Ive been thinking about different collaboration tools for various groups recently and I was pondering on some of the different factors you need to consider and I came up with this (click to enlarge) : Lets take each of these in turn: Size - One thing to consider are the numbers of people who will be collaborating. Three rough groups sizes come to mind: Teams (15 approx) - small number of people.

Getting started with enterprise social networking :: Blog :: Headshift

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A super simple but effective way to develop collective intelligence within a knowledge intensive firm is to get people sharing their reading and writing through Enterprise RSS, bookmarking and blogs. Another important tip is to look at the role of information and communication professionals, and seek to find ways of making their activity more focused on information networking and helping others develop key competencies around searching, sharing and personal information management.

Collaboration tools

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Engineers without Fears Tuesday, September 11, 2007 Collaboration tools James Robertson has been thinking about collaboration tools. Which is interesting because I have as well. As ever, James is practical & clear in his thinking and suggests a 5 phase model (0-4) for organisations thinking about collaboration.

Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software | innovation Creators

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is the synergy of a new set of technologies, development models and delivery methods that are used to develop business software and deliver it to users.&# That’s why people make good money being Domino Developers. And it also requires a forward-thinking management and development team who are willing to approach every project with the idea that the end user is the customer and the goal is to solve their problem.

infoarch: Collaborative Thinking: Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization

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Not only will this offer an opportunity for us to develop taxonomies of internal organizational structures, it will also enable analysis of many individual-, group-, and organization-level outcomes.&# infoarch About my experiencesas an information architect Thursday, August 14, 2008 Collaborative Thinking: Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization I needed some time to understand this paper! ‘Collaborative Thinking’ pointed me to it. Thanks!)