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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).

Toward Government 2.0 by Matt Hodgson

Elsua

Continuing further with the recent bunch of blog posts I have put together under the subject of Government 2.0 , I thought I would come to the topic today, once again, after Twitter did its bit as my preferred dynamic RSS feed reader.

Social Workplace for Government 2.0 by Deb Lavoy

Elsua

I did watch it in its entirety last Saturday and I thought I would share with you today the impression(s) it left on me. And if you don’t believe me, here you have got them: "Social media tools make connections that drive collaboration and Knowledge Management.

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. Governance in a Networked World.

Us Now - On the Power of Mass Collaboration, Government and the Internet

Elsua

Then while exploring the Web site further I bumped into another wonderful video interview that I would surely encourage everyone involved with Knowledge Management to listen to as well. Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Social Computing

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. The Full Circle Philosophy To connectconnect people with ideas, information, services and other people. To collaborate — utilize the full skills, knowledge and experience of each player in every collaboration To discern — apply the right tools and techniques for the right solution.

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The future of online sharing is mobile, appified and people-centred

Social Reporter

There’s a lot of links to earlier posts on this site about knowledge sharing and the Social App Store idea. Earlier today I went to an excellent seminar on the Business of Collaboration , about online systems and support for knowledge sharing and collaboration. I wanted to find whether experience in the private and public sector could be useful in development of People Powered Change as a knowledge-sharing space.

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Us Now Film Now Online!

Elsua

Do you remember the blog post I shared over here a couple of days ago on " Us Now - On the Power of Mass Collaboration, Government and the Internet "? Us Now is a documentary film project about the power of mass collaboration, government and the Internet.

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Rethinking networks as passionate human clouds

Social Reporter

Warning: this is a bit of ramble that also takes in the RSA, NCVO, cloud computing and the local government knowledge hub. It was organised in part by Guy Yeomans , who write here about ubiquitous connectivity - allowing us to be online anywhere anytime.

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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).

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

Elsua

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. There is just so much to share, discuss and learn from one another!

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IBM’s Trip to Become A Socially Integrated Enterprise

Elsua

Here are a couple of my favourite quotes from the interview: “ At IBM we are trying to create a new way of working that connects our people with our customers, prospective employees, communities in which we want to do business and other constituencies in a more direct manner and meaningful way.

IBM’s Smart Work Jam Under Way Already – Are You Jamming?

Elsua

I have already been navigating through some of the various discussions taking place and I must say that the quality of the ideas shared so far, and the various contributions to each and everyone of them, have been quite an amazing experience! So get out there and CONNECT!! Goodness!

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Older people want to be involved – digital tech can help

Social Reporter

Only recently launched there are already new bonds and relationships being made, there is a lovely thread on the Middlesbrough forum which sums it all up. What’s slightly disturbing is that I haven’t heard the Shaping our Age report mentioned by others that I’ve been working with in the field … which may just be another example of the problems of knowledge sharing that we – and Shirley Ayres – have highlighted.

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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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Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

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. How will you share that process?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

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. How will you share that process?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

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. How will you share that process?

Help! What’s the Next Big Thing in Knowledge Management?

Social Reporter

What’s the next big thing in local government knowledge management? The invite to contribute came in months back - courtesy I believe of a recommendation from my friend Steve Dale , who really is an expert in KM, and developing the Knowledge Hub for local authorities that I’ve written about here. You can manage information - but you can’t manage the most useful knowledge. What you can do is help people to share what they know.

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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Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

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. How will you share that process?

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.

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. For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0

Green Chameleon » Touched

Green Chameleon

I was suggesting that touch – physical touch – was something we should consider more when talking about knowledge management (and actually I was thinking about knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer in particular).

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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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Systems Thinking and Complexity 101

How to Save the World

everything seems to connect to everything else and depends on something else having been done first. Why don’t the existing IT systems have a mechanism to capture knowledge? Why aren’t people explicitly sharing knowledge already?

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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. The Full Circle Philosophy To connectconnect people with ideas, information, services and other people. To collaborate — utilize the full skills, knowledge and experience of each player in every collaboration To discern — apply the right tools and techniques for the right solution.

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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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KMers – Let Go of Control: Encourage and Monitor

Elsua

Earlier on today, on my blog post around 10 Reasons NOT to Ban Social Media in Organisations I was eventually sharing a number of different arguments as to why social computing within the enterprise is a worth while effort to pursue further.

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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.

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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Community Managers: What They Do, Why You Need Them -- InformationWeek

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Home News Blogs Video Slideshows RSS Feeds Subscribe Newsletters Events Digital Library Software Security Hardware Mobility Windows Internet Global CIO Government Healthcare SMB Personal Tech Cloud ?

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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.

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. Central Government. Knowledge Management. Google Friend Connect. Engaging the Social Web for Personal Knowledge Management (PKM). Government launches public sector app store. Semantix (UK) Ltd - Knowledge in action. Knowledge Hub.

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Collaboration vs sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing. 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. Michael Sampson says that this is a governance issue - which I think James agrees with.

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Oracle's View On Enterprise 2.0 (Part Two)

Collaborative Thinking

Below are his personal thoughts followed by some of my own perspectives: Mike writes: The idea of shared business drivers is almost an anti-pattern between top-down/centralized goals of management and the more self-organizing, networked employee work model that E2.0 The shared business purpose for a working team is not the same as for the board of directors. Nevertheless the shared purposes and passions of the self-organized are givens that ought to be leveraged by an Enterprise 2.0

KM Six Pack #6 - Networks: Power of sharing, learning, discovering together | Smart People magazine

John Tropea - Delicious Community

RSS Entries | RSS Comments | Admin Digital generations bring knowledge to life Available in 3 formats: HTML | PDF | Flip reader (forthcoming) Home About SP SP Magazine SP Network Contact SP Subscribe/Login! FREE media events FREE articles Web Events Webinars SP Blogs Jerry's Blog Boris' Blog Sitemap/Tags print article&comments 01 (7) 2009 / html , FREE articles , K-Factor — November 25, 2009 KM Six Pack #6 Networks: Power of sharing, learning, discovering together.

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Collaborative Thinking: Socializing At Work - No Longer A Waste Of Time

Collaborative Thinking

Many organizations, as a result, foster a leadership, decision-making and information-sharing environment that values certain types of management activities and styles (e.g., Intuitively, strategists recognize that personal contacts, casual conversations and informal information sharing (whether done face-to-face or digitally) can be a valuable, if not essential, business activity.

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Tyranny of Topdown

John Tropea - Delicious Network

hierarchical governance. both formal and informal relationships now. governs how business is conducted. Governments or public service agencies are not. Still fiercely hierarchical, government agencies are struggling to now. deliverers” of government funded services has. resulted in increased pressure on governments. government agencies is. informal relationships now. governs how business is. trust relationship exists.

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The Girl Effect – catalyzing positive change | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Check out his cool work with Science-Connects. ) We shared stories about how things seem to work better from the ground up. Research in developing countries has shown a consistent relationship between better infant and child health and higher levels of schooling among mothers.

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Cover story: Building healthy communities - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

exact any/all The original knowledge-management publication denotes premium content | Feb 24 2009 E-mail: Password: Forget your password? Finally, the knowledge management (KM) movement realised that databases and collaborative tools are not enough to instigate genuine knowledge sharing.

KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together. APQC knowledge management km best practices. Knowledge Transfer in the Internet Age. Continue reading Knowledge Transfer in the Internet Age. -->. Multigenerational Knowledge Sharing: Whats in It for Me? One theme that emerged from these conversations is the pervasive struggle to promote knowledge sharing among various generations of employees. Knowledge Management.

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?

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