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Building a knowledge sharing network about Ageing Better from the ground up

Social Reporter

In my last few posts I’ve promoted the idea of more digital innovation in the Big Lottery Fund’s £82 million Ageing Better programme, and ways to share knowledge and experience both among the 15 local partners and more widely. It is, of course, very welcome that Big Lottery Fund, consultants and others tweet from events … but it isn’t a substitute for well-curated resources and more organised ways to share knowledge.

2014 141

Is this Knowledge Management’s most effective tool?

Chris Collison

Connection, Collection, Collaboration, Curation, Conversation, Communities, Culture…. One of knowledge management’s most powerful tools. We’re relationship-driven.” Having a coffee with someone is a pretty visible way to share knowledge.

2013 102

Why BIG’s #ageingbetter programme needs added digital innovation

Social Reporter

A recent study prompted the headline that loneliness is causing as many deaths among the elderly as cancer , and another that loneliness is more deadly than obesity – so it is clearly important to explore and share ways to tackle the issue as rapidly as possible. First in developing innovative approaches to services, and the ways people can use technology themselves to develop relationships. Which brings me to sharing experience.

2014 152

Re-visiting the challenge of networking civil society as Khub closes

Social Reporter

News that the Local Government Association is closing its Knowledge Hub as part of a £2 million savings plan provides a reminder of how difficult it is to maintain big one-stop-shop knowledge-sharing systems. It may be the Knowledge Hub , with 18,500 users, could have continued if LGA hadn’t faced a big cut in support from Government, but I suspect there is more to it than that. Help me save the Knowledge Hub (in some form).

2013 153

How Do I Make Sense of Social Networking Tools

Elsua

IBM Connections : Even though I left IBM nearly 2 years ago IBM Connections still remains my #1 business tool for work with my clients, specially, when they ask me their data to remain within the European Union borders.

2015 248

Reflections from 2011 – Redefining Your Social Web Presence

Elsua

After having put together last couple of blog posts about some of my reflections from the year we are about to end around The Social Web and Technology in general, I guess it’s now a good time to share with the world the third one from the series. Share them along, too, please!

2011 223

My Pen, Our Pens: Engagement through Participatory Visualization Workshop

Full Circle Associates

So I wanted to share our individual and collective offerings, this year in September in Rossland on September 16 and 17. For 2 days we will explore, share and practice participatory visualization practices which support group process. I have been curating some very cool stuff!

2016 71

Communities and Collaboration » Maximising the power of collective knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Perceptions about learning and sharing in a virtual world by Steve Dale. Communities and Collaboration » Page Maximising the power of collective knowledge. Shared Services. Knowledge Hub. Knowledge Management. Google Friend Connect. Engaging the Social Web for Personal Knowledge Management (PKM). Semantix (UK) Ltd - Knowledge in action. Maximising the power of collective knowledge. Helping to connect community members.

2012 35

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

John Tropea - Delicious Network

It’s a simple idea, but it has powerful ripple effects in building community connections. Reply Jay Deragon permalink March 9, 2010 12:27 pm What is the knowledge in between our ears could be indexed, vetted, valued and traded. Would knowledge then become a trade-able asset?

2010 71

Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation February 21, 2010 tags: design thinking , folksonomy , human capital , influence , innovation , knowledge management , learning , reputation , social business design , social capital , social network analysis , whuffie by Venessa Miemis A few weeks ago, I noticed a contest on Stowe Boyd’s site to receive a free entry to the Social Business Edge conference coming up in April in NYC, and a chance to share the idea on stage.