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Top 10 Reasons to Ban Social Media in the Organisation! — Really?


I bet they would be thinking you can’t be trusted, because you are not generating enough business revenue for their enjoyment and eventually they would be questioning why you keep bothering… So, why not? Innovation Knowledge Management Social Computing Hippie2.0

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Collaboration Is More Important Than Ever – 3 Barriers To Adoption


Last Friday, my good friend Jack Vinson put together a rather good blog post where he was reminding us all how crucial collaboration has become for all businesses and knowledge workers out there. In the era of the Knowledge Economy, it can’t be otherwise.

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KMers – Let Go of Control: Encourage and Monitor


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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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Highlights – Day Three


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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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. Predicting what does need to shared (tricky).

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Anne Truitt Zelenka » Hierarchies Plus: What Enterprise 2.0 Can Do for the Typical Big Business

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But big businesses have always needed their hierarchies subverted or at the very least complemented with additional relationships to get certain kinds of work done. But in times of uncertainty and change, big businesses need their employees to use ad hoc relationships across formal organizational lines and even outside of the organization’s boundaries. In his book Six Degrees: The Science of a Connected Age , network theorist Duncan J. She is the author of Connect!

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