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Why Is Knowledge Sharing Important? A Matter of Survival

Elsua

That man has got plenty of golden nuggets to share around the topics of Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Communities, Learning and Enterprise 2.0 Have you checked out one of his most recent blog posts on Why is Knowledge Sharing Important?

Creating Global Knowledge Sharing Networks at ConocoPhillips

Portals and KM

On Friday I attended Driving Business Excellence With Formal, Global Networks led by Dan Ranta , Director of Knowledge Sharing, ConocoPhillips. Here is the session description: “In 2004, ConocoPhillips launched a large initiative to create internal communities of practice that would enhance knowledge sharing within the firm. Seven years later, the ConocoPhillips' knowledge-sharing program is ranked as best-in-class across industries.”.

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.

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Can Using Facebook Within Your Organization Add Value?

Leading Virtually

Research tells us that social interaction is very useful for facilitating knowledge transfer and innovation in organizations. I often hear from business leaders that while they see some value in using Facebook for business-to-customer interaction, they see little value in using it internally.

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.

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Can Using Facebook Within Your Organization Add Value?

Leading Virtually

Research tells us that social interaction is very useful for facilitating knowledge transfer and innovation in organizations. knowledge, service, products) by individuals within those business units. Users can also post photos, create lists to share their thoughts, and organize events.

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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Green Chameleon » From Data, with Love

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about From Data, with Love That most hallowed of mental models and glib explanations, the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom hierarchy has taken a bit of a beating this week.

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Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking

Nancy White

This pattern has three phases: support and personal validation, connection to a community and/or network for practice and learning and finally, external validation. She feels her idea will accellerate knowledge sharing, increase learning and reduce duplication.

Green Chameleon » The Mobile Phone is a Knowledge Retention Tool

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about The Mobile Phone is a Knowledge Retention Tool In KM, one of the reasons we say why we need to capture and share knowledge is that it could walk out the door. It seems though that even when that knowledge has walked out the door, the connection may not. So, is the argument of knowledge walking out the door still valid?

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The Man Who Should The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Tag, You’re It!

Elsua

Here is the trick though that I keep sharing with folks all around; instead of just tagging yourself with tags related to your skills, your current job, etc. Did you share your passion(s) across?)

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Validating Social Computing by Living a Historial Moment at IBM

Elsua

most of the time around the area of Knowledge Management, collaboration, communities and social computing. that used, rather heavily, a wiki as its main collaboration and knowledge sharing tool amongst community members. Yes, of course, I am referring to Lotus Connections.

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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How Playing Games at Work Will Help You Build Trust for Your Business

Elsua

Yesterday I put together a blog post where I tried to share some further insights on how if today’s current corporate world would want to survive in the 21st century, it would probably need to start thinking about how to bring back again into the workplace the fun factor.

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

Elsua

Wouldn’t that help us build more trustworthy personal business relationships with those who we collaborate and share knowledge with the closest? Innovation Knowledge Management Social Computing Hippie2.0Oh, dear, it looks like the Hippie 2.0

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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. I used the interview with Peggy as a peg for a slightly provocative piece on the RSA City London network - “Is the network quiet because we have no shared passion?

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Open Enterprise 2009 - Dion Hinchcliffe Interviewed by Stowe Boyd

Elsua

However, there are a number of other relevant topics that I thought I would share over here as well, since I feel rather identified with them. I have been sharing very similar thoughts all along since I started getting involved with the area of Social Computing a few years back.

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10 Reasons NOT to Ban Social Media In Organisations – The Meme

Elsua

side ) blog post where I shared a couple of thoughts on the Top 10 Reasons to Ban Social Media in the Organisations that Jane Hart shared over at her blog coming from a YouTube video put together by Ron Desi with that same title. Your teams already share knowledge effectively.

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Traditional Knowledge Management Systems - Adapt or Die

Elsua

If you have been following this blog for a while, you would know how my professional background comes from various different areas associated for quite some time now with Knowledge Management, in particular, traditional Knowledge Management: Collaboration, Community Building, Learning, etc.

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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The KM and Social Computing Culture Changes

Elsua

I know that for a good number of years Social Computing and Knowledge Management have been walking different paths. They are both trying to help improve the overall productivity of knowledge workers. So how do we characterize this change in culture as it relates to knowledge?

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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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.

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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Killing Email: How and Why I Ditched My Inbox by Zen Habits

Elsua

That well crafted piece covers eventually the various steps he is attempting to go by in order to, slowly, but steadily, move away from email as his primary means of communicating, collaborating and sharing knowledge.

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A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 49 to 51 (EMail Is Where Knowledge Goes to Die)

Elsua

So I thought I would write down today the one before last blog entry for Year #2 of those weekly (Now probably more monthly ) progress reports sharing some further insights on the state of things at this point, as I am about to close the second year of this my new reality. However, for week #51 I am going to share it over here, so you can get a quick glimpse of what the last three weeks have been like put together in combination. re-findability of the content originally shared.

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Google Plus – One50, Two50 and TheRest

Elsua

The truth is that I am ready to make plenty of blunt moves on redefining my social networking presence out there on the Social Web, and I will be sharing some further insights on that regard very soon, but one thing for sure is that at this point in time my blog will remain where it is.

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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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The Second Coming of Blogging

Elsua

My good friend Bill Ives calls it Personal Knowledge Management, a term I tend to come pretty close to in describing how I perceive my own blogging all along (Coming close to nearly six years now!).

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McAfee’s Hypothesis and The Adventures of Molly Discovering Social Software

Elsua

However, I thought I would venture into sharing an initial response to the latest blog post from Andy in this series. Molly is a knowledge worker. A knowledge worker who always wants to do a good job. A knowledge worker.

Engagement and motivation in collaborative action | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It was so terrific, I want to point to it and share a snippet from his post. This is about relationship. (2) In yesterday’s telecons in our Knowledge Sharing Workshop , we asked what people thought motivated others to share knowledge.

Engagement and motivation in collaborative action | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It was so terrific, I want to point to it and share a snippet from his post. This is about relationship. (2) In yesterday’s telecons in our Knowledge Sharing Workshop , we asked what people thought motivated others to share knowledge.

Engagement and motivation in collaborative action | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It was so terrific, I want to point to it and share a snippet from his post. This is about relationship. (2) In yesterday’s telecons in our Knowledge Sharing Workshop , we asked what people thought motivated others to share knowledge.

A World Without Email - Year 2, Weeks 11 to 14 (Email as a Collaboration Tool? No, Thanks!)

Elsua

And here I am, once again, putting together another blog post where I will be sharing a quick update on how things are going. I know I may not be able to share some further insights on interesting links I may bump into, but I think I am willing to give it a try.

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Essential Qualities of Open Business Ambassadors

Elsua

at IBM Connect a couple of weeks back, so better get things moving then. Innovative: Not necessarily an exclusive quality from Social Business Champions per se, but perhaps more from knowledge workers in general. Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Open Business

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A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 42 to 45 (50 Minutes a Week!)

Elsua

Like I said, for all of those there are hundreds of articles already out there which I am sure you may have been reading already… So, over the next couple of weeks I am going to share a number of different reflections on what 2009 has meant for me and what it has enabled to prepare for the upcoming year. It looks like that’s the timeframe I keep coming back to in order to share what’s been happening.

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Will Social Software Replace Email in an Enterprise 2.0 World?

Elsua

In that brilliant article Andy comes to highlight, amongst several other very interesting things, how the biggest challenge for social software to take over email and become the primary corporate collaboration and knowledge sharing tool is its simplicity, or the lack of.

Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 3

Elsua

I may be able to share a couple of quick blog posts here and there in between, but remember that I will be live tweeting most of the time over at @elsuacon , as well as my usual twitterings over at @elsua. IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Social Computing Travelling

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A World Without Email — Year 2, Week 52 (Email Is Dead… Long Live Email!)

Elsua

using social software tools to collaborate and share your knowledge across vs. other traditional ones like email. ", specially after all I have written all along, and after all of the details I have shared over here over the course of the last few months? IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing After two years, I think that’s probably the first, and last time!,

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How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I remember Ran Avrahami, a professor in Israel, and how he jumped into the conversations and reached out and connected with us. “Eminds&# was where I learned that online relationships can be real, how they get real, and how they break and fail.

Blog>> From Data, with Love

Green Chameleon

That most hallowed of mental models and glib explanations, the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom hierarchy has taken a bit of a beating this week. Better to think that KNOWLEDGE is the way we create INFORMATION from DATA. If we share knowledge then we can understand information.&#.

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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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A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 46 to 48 (Are You Ready for Fun?)

Elsua

On my first day of catchup I have bumped into a whole bunch of very interesting, thought-provoking and inspiring links to content that I am sure I will have a chance to share with you all in the next few days / weeks… Starting today with one of the most amazing video clips I have watched in the last few months! But one step at a time … Before I go into it I thought I would share with you folks something else.

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