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Everything Is Connected to Everything

Elsua

Knowledge sharing with a passion! Brian Cox where in less than two minutes he gets to explain in very simple terms how everything is connected to everything. Brian Cox is, when telling and sharing stories, I bet that I would not have become an English teacher eventually.

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Launch Day of Communities and Networks Connection

Nancy White

Connections make the world go round. With that, I’m pleased to announce the launch of the Community & Networks Connection. And perhaps to stimulate a new connection between you and these brilliant people. . Connectable Dots.

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2

Nancy White

I like your meta skills, but … I was hoping that you would provide insight into the core skills and knowledge around communities and networks that learning professionals should have? Learning Community/Network Skills for Knowledge Workers and Learning Professionals. Connecting.

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Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking

Nancy White

But sometimes individuals are blocked from achieving those goals. This pattern has three phases: support and personal validation, connection to a community and/or network for practice and learning and finally, external validation. OK, I need your help.

Getting Lessons Learned Right! Part 1: Customers.

Chris Collison

Not only that, but the time was deliberately managed such that 50% of each day was available for connecting, networking and asking further questions., When we know who our customers are, then we can connect the supply with demand.

2013 63

Conversations With a Wonderful Client

Full Circle Associates

This is posted at Conversations with Nancy White around the implementation of CIAT’s internal communications strategy and reposted here for sharing! It seemed to me that we needed to create effective bridges to connect those four “populations”. Sometimes you just get lucky.

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I’ll come back to that word “management.&# ) Read through his goals which I think are different than what we have come to expect for what I’ll call “traditional online community management.&# It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

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Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 2

Nancy White

I’ll come back to that word “management.&# ) Read through his goals which I think are different than what we have come to expect for what I’ll call “traditional online community management.&# It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

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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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CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 12 2008 CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? It has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest.

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CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 12 2008 CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? It has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest.

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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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Why Do I Share My Knowledge?

Elsua

and Social Business thought leaders and blogger extraordinaire, Oscar Berg , put together a rather inspiring article that I thought would be worth while reflecting on, specially, since it is at the heart of not just social software, but also collaboration and knowledge management in general.

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Modelling, not shaping

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Tweet In social networks we can learn from each other; modelling behaviours, telling stories, and sharing what we know. There is strong evidence that we need to integrate learning into our work in order to deal with the increasing complexity of knowledge work.

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Collaborating Externally with Your Customers: The Final Frontier of Enterprise 2.0

Elsua

10 years later one keeps hearing that very same inhibitor (Or excuse, who knows), when trying to collaborate and share their knowledge with external parties. I, too, have one I would want to share with you all: now we *do* have choices!

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theTeam – Knowledge Management Done Right

Elsua

So now you know why I keep bumping into some pretty amazing video clips and why I just can’t help the urge to share them across with other people who may be interested as well. Have you seen “ Using Knowledge Management “?

What others write about Net-Map at the Knowledge ShareFair

Net-Map Toolbox

Vanessa Meadu of the World Agroforestry Center in Nairobi sums up the experiences of using Net-Map that IFAD staff shared at the FAO Knowledge ShareFair in Rome: “Chase Palmieri discussed how an analysis of the IFAD Asia-Pacific network revealed a number of connections and activities that the network facilitators had not been aware of, such as new working relationships.

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Using Unconference in the Enterprise – Manifesting Social Business

Online Community Strategy

Along with all the great knowledge-sharing and network-building that typically happens, an Unconference can be one of the key catalysts for the culture change needed to evolve to a more social business : a day of suspended organizational hierarchy, authentic communication (no PPTs), collaboration, learning and relationship development. Unconferences tend to be very effective when there is a large group of knowledgeable people struggling with a complex problem set.

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2013 – The Year of Social HR

Elsua

It may well be a matter of semantics, but for as long as we keep using gamification as the wording / concept it will never stick around in the corporate world as we know it, based on those couple of reasons I shared above. Knowledge Management Open Business

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Defining Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 – Sharing Your Story

Elsua

Funny enough, that has been like that for quite a while, having gotten started around 2001, when I was first getting exposed to Knowledge Management (KM or Knowledge Sharing, whatever you would prefer) as time and time again I kept bumping into multiple knowledge managers wanting to define it.

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What are the group’s specific outcomes or process goals? A process oriented group may be about building relationships that can then be deployed in the field, such as a group of emergency relief workers, building relationships before disasters so they ca better respond and relate in the field.

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What are the group’s specific outcomes or process goals? A process oriented group may be about building relationships that can then be deployed in the field, such as a group of emergency relief workers, building relationships before disasters so they ca better respond and relate in the field.

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What are the group’s specific outcomes or process goals? A process oriented group may be about building relationships that can then be deployed in the field, such as a group of emergency relief workers, building relationships before disasters so they ca better respond and relate in the field.

Leadning by Example: Ada Lovelace Day

Elsua

However, since tomorrow, March 24th 2009 , promises to be a rather hectic day at work, I have decided to share my post today instead, since I may not even have the time at all either! that another female role model shared not long ago: Kathy Sierra.

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Iniciador Las Palmas – Q&A with Rodolfo Carpintier

Elsua

Now, after spending a bit of time the last few days reflecting on the many various outcomes, I thought today would be a good opportunity to share with you folks what were some of my main highlights from the event itself. Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Social Computing

2010 169

Corporate Learning Trends - Conversations about Learning in Organisations

Elsua

An event that will take place round the clock for 24 hours, as I have just mentioned, and which so far has got an outstanding agenda and a terrific line-up of incredibly talented and very knowledgeable speakers (Check Tony Karrer’s blog post to get more details on both of those topics!).

Mock Thesis Proposal: Personal Support Networks During Periods Of Employee Transition, Part 1

Collaborative Thinking

Folklore”: Employees share knowledge and rumors that help provide important context to situations workers find themselves in. Information: A SNS provides employees with a wealth of information on colleagues (via profiles), relationships (via a social graph), interactions (via wall posts, forums, and micro-blogging), and content (via uploaded files). Smart phones, tablets, gaming, and consumer SNS’s are influencing concepts related to participation, sharing, and privacy.

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Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What are the group’s specific outcomes or process goals? A process oriented group may be about building relationships that can then be deployed in the field, such as a group of emergency relief workers, building relationships before disasters so they ca better respond and relate in the field.

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

Portals and KM

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. If knowledge flows miracles happen. You also need to make it rewarding if people share knowledge.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Call For Papers Community, Voting Process

Collaborative Thinking

The session will connect the process, cultural, and tooling aspects of profiles, social graphs, etc. Whether you are a new or seasoned employee, our ability to leverage personal and professional networks helps us transition and excel in new roles, relationships, and collaborative work. efforts can help improve employee engagement, collaboration, and knowledge sharing. The goal is to raise awareness and offer practical advice. . For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0

A World Without Email – Year 3, Weeks 11 to 18 (Social Networks Spur the Demise of Email in the Workplace)

Elsua

So I guess it’s a good time to come back and share with you folks what’s been happening. I am not planning on sharing the various weekly progress reports , since you would be able to check out all of those eight weeks directly from the latest one.

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Help! Testing a network mapping exercise | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Mar 17 2008 Help! Together, these help inform your strategy for working with and sharing knowledge with those in your network.

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2013 – The Year of Social HR

Elsua

It may well be a matter of semantics, but for as long as we keep using gamification as the wording / concept it will never stick around in the corporate world as we know it, based on those couple of reasons I shared above. You can’t engage knowledge workers by treating them like kids playing silly games of gaining points here and there, competing with one another in an unhealthy manner, showing with pride their badges.

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Executing Enterprise 2.0: Dachis Group Acquires Headshift

Elsua

Well, if back then we got hold of the wrong end of the stick by focusing on everything, but what we really needed to focus on (Processes and technology, mainly, over the people, i.e. the knowledge workers themselves), it looks like we are back at it again.

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What a coffee corner provides, how to call it and a research agenda

Mathemagenic

For a long time I’ve been interested in the fuzzy, informal, accidental and non-goal oriented parts of knowledge work – things that we often do implicitly, but that are actually essential to create a foundation to get things done later on.

2009 152

Behavioural Transition Strategies for E2.0 by Lee Bryant

Elsua

Over the last few weeks I have been anxiously waiting for him to have a chance to blog about his experiences delivering the presentation, as well as perhaps share with us a copy of the slides. conference and for sharing along the blog post with the link to his excellent presentation!;

2009 169

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I like your meta skills, but … I was hoping that you would provide insight into the core skills and knowledge around communities and networks that learning professionals should have? Learning Community/Network Skills for Knowledge Workers and Learning Professionals First, some context.

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Emerging Autopoietic Communities – Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex Systems

John Tropea - Delicious Community

First IFIP International Workshop on Distributed Knowledge Management (DKM 2008), Oct, 18-19, 2008, Shanghai 1. Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex. Abstract—Knowledge-based communities are important but. emergence and development of knowledge-based communities at. Knowledge-based communities are highly complex. practice, knowledge management, complexity, emergence. even survival on building and disseminating knowledge. tacit” knowledge.

When This All Gets Cool, It’s All about The People and Your Passion

Elsua

Yes, I know most of you would be able to differentiate between one and the other, if I would ask you to go ahead and define them all; however, two of the key characteristics that will define them all would those ones I have just shared above on all about the people and passion.

2010 211

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I’ll come back to that word “management.&# ) Read through his goals which I think are different than what we have come to expect for what I’ll call “traditional online community management.&# It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

2008 133

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I’ll come back to that word “management.&# ) Read through his goals which I think are different than what we have come to expect for what I’ll call “traditional online community management.&# It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

2008 133

Mathemagenic " PhD conclusions in a thousand words: blogging practices of knowledge workers

Mathemagenic

I can not wait to share it, but it will take a while before I have a version to post online (I guess in April). Personal nature of blogging plays an important role in establishing professional connections. Three categories of knowledge work.

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Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I like your meta skills, but … I was hoping that you would provide insight into the core skills and knowledge around communities and networks that learning professionals should have? Learning Community/Network Skills for Knowledge Workers and Learning Professionals First, some context.

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