Community Goals and Measurements

John Tropea - Delicious Community

What goals and measurements should be defined for communities, community members, community managers, and community program managers? Goal-oriented, 2. Goal-oriented measurements relate to employee goals and allow assessment against those goals.

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Guest Post: Net-Map in cultural development in Germany

Net-Map Toolbox

First time-use of a Net-Map-procedure in a culture development process. The recently published study on behalf of the Institute for Cultural Policy. Many local actors spotted developing a denser network between cultural and educational sectors as the most important task for the future.

Lean Management and The Pull of Goals

Evolving Web

Life can be pulled by goals just as surely as it can be pushed by drives. In this quote, Frankl suggests that goals are a pull system. Goals are indeed a pull system. Goals come from internal processes. We have individual and shared goals that motivate us to act.

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Collaboration and Culture Analytics: Answering Key Questions During a Merger or Acquisition

Michael Sampson - Currents

Two of the scenario areas that Dorje and Sam covered in the recent ClearBox Consulting Intranet Analytics report were Collaboration and Culture. These are described as follows (on page 10): Collaboration is often a major strategic goal for organisations. How do you define culture?

2016 136

SEAD White Paper – Learning Across Cultures

Jenny Connected

Our paper “Learning Across Cultures” has been accepted by SEAD and posted on their site along with a number of other papers. It will be interesting to see the outcomes of the meta-analysis and whether the final report has any impact on transdisciplinary, cross-cultural collaboration between the sciences, engineering, arts and design. ‘Our’ refers to Roy Williams, Simone Gumtau and me.

2012 121

Complexity and movements change culture

Chris Corrigan

There are no movement structures, but instead a movement is a mass migration of people, organizations, businesses and communities unified in common story, driving to shift culture, policy, behavior and norms. Cultures are complex and require complexity to change them.

2016 60

SEAD White Paper – Learning Across Cultures

Jenny Connected

Our paper “Learning Across Cultures” has been accepted by SEAD and posted on their site along with a number of other papers. It will be interesting to see the outcomes of the meta-analysis and whether the final report has any impact on transdisciplinary, cross-cultural collaboration between the sciences, engineering, arts and design. ‘Our’ refers to Roy Williams, Simone Gumtau and me.

2012 100

Culture: Cross-cultural communication and emotions

Joitske Hulsebosch

With Meena Wilson and Ancella Livers from the Center for Creative Leadership , we collected short stories describing cross-cultural encounters, to look at crosscultural issues in communities of practice. The term cross-cultural was not restrictricted to national cultures, but included professional subcultures. The stories revealed that cross-cultural encounters can induce strong emotional reactions.

2006 100

Schein's ten step culture deciphering process for enterprise2.0

Joitske Hulsebosch

I've reread Schein's Organizational Culture and Leadership. About a learning culture in organisations Schein writes that we don't know tomorrow's world,but we know it will be different, more complex, more fast-paced and more culturally diverse.

Back to Basics: The Strategy Team & Goal Definition

Online Community Report

Define Business Goals and Objectives. As I mentioned at the beginning of the post, the Organization's goals are half of the equation for a successful community strategy. This post is part of an ongoing series about developing an online community strategy.

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Back to Basics: The Community Strategy Team & Goal Definition

Online Community Strategy

Define Business Goals and Objectives. The key elements of the brief generally include: A statement of purpose or intention for the online community strategy; Business goals for the online community initiative, ideally showing support of organizational mission and goals, and with initial metrics of success; Key findings from the stakeholder interviews (which will have informed, and ideally support, the two points above).

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Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

While it seems to be straightforward (ask a question, get an answer), the cultural and social networking dynamics are nuanced. If their contributions are valued, that reinforcement can help employees gain a sense of “belonging” which in turn can influence how workers identify with the organization, its goals, and its values. Alone, it’s unlikely to transform the organization or cause dramatic cultural change.

2012 100

The New Culture of Storytelling

Influence

This live session rounded out our Online Storytelling Bootcamp webinar series with a focus on how to create a culture of storytelling within one's organization. The New Culture of Storytelling. Michaela and Brian at the World of Coca Cola.

The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

One of the most powerful tools for moving an organization’s culture toward collaboration and knowledge sharing is a process called Action Learning. Each set member identifies a developmental goal to pursue while working on the group problem. Building a culture of collaboration.

2012 72

Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Im already subscribed Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0 It's a rethinking of the structure, process, culture and even, in some cases, the very purpose of the enterprise. A transparent culture gives people permission to be imperfect.

Culture: adapting the Wold Cafe methodology in Thailand

Joitske Hulsebosch

Please tell me five strategic goals that you and Thai society should achieve in 2009. The World Cafe is a participatory methodology, trying to get people to talk about questions that matter to them.

2006 130

Masterclass: The cultures of collaboration - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

As we move between each of these different types of working together, how do our traditional notions of collaboration and collaborative culture vary? Understanding your collaboration culture What is your organisations collaboration culture? How is your collaboration culture?

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 indicative of short-term, achieving goals within a given budget.

2008 133

Masterclass: The cultures of collaboration - Inside Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Community

As we move between each of these different types of working together, how do our traditional notions of collaboration and collaborative culture vary? Understanding your collaboration culture What is your organisations collaboration culture? How is your collaboration culture?

Green Chameleon » Intranet Innovation Awards 2009

Green Chameleon

The goal is to find these ideas (whether large or small), and to share them with the wider community.&# www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Intranet Innovation Awards 2009 It’s that time of year again! “The Intranet Innovation Awards are global awards that celebrate new ideas and innovative approaches to the design and delivery of intranets.

2009 100

Creating a Culture of Collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

March 17, 2008 Creating a Culture of Collaboration Collaboration is all the rage. However, for far too many years corporate culture has often emphasized the benefits of individual achievement and competition over collaborative efforts. So how do you create and nurture a culture of collaboration? Once again, KM4Dev has found an interesting resource on collaboration: Seth Kahans article entitled " 5 Guidelines for Creating a Culture of Collaboration."

What Will It Take?

How to Save the World

I’ve learned that what each of us does, each moment, is the only thing we could possibly have done, given our embodied and cultural conditioning and the immediate circumstances. How the World Really Works Our Culture / Ourselves Preparing for Civilization's End

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Anecdote: Collaboration consulting—fostering a collaboration culture

John Tropea - Delicious Community

At the heart of the problem is collaboration culture. Does the organisation have a culture that supports collaboration? And if not, how do you change your culture to be more supportive? Creating a more collaborative culture In helping organisations develop collaboration cultures weve confirmed what Edgar Schein noted a decade ago: cultures are largely created and modified by the actions of the organisations leaders. Organizational Culture and Leadership.

#XED is Essential for #DEX

Michael Sampson - Currents

Because it enables and furthers your goals. Culture & CompetencyDEX, or Digital Employee Experience, is the new thing to orient around. The term “intranets” has been deprecated for a while, and even the term digital workplace could become last year’s idea.

2018 116

Blogging Innovation: Why a Networking Culture Is Important - Innovation blog articles, videos, and insights - StumbleUpon

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

To make this happen within your organization, and beyond as you move toward open innovation, requires a networking culture that is designed, supported, and modeled by your companys leaders. In one of my next posts, I will give some advice on how to create a networking culture.

Collaboration is the Hallmark of Community

How to Save the World

There is just something about such collaborations — working personally and collectively towards a common goal where everyone’s work has to mesh. How the World Really Works Our Culture / Ourselves

2019 78

Beat the Conference Blahs

Partnering Resources

The head of the organization had charged us, the conference designers, with two seemingly simple goals: (1) Help people take ownership for the coming year’s goals and (2) Increase collaboration across the “white spaces” (organizational silos). The second goal was the trickier one.

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On homeschooling, integration and Dutch

Mathemagenic

This is where I found a new sense of belonging, lots of shared challenges and goals, the need for each other, as well as enough reasons and opportunities to practice Dutch. Me Unschooling boundaries communities cross-cultural NL unschooling

2015 204

Should you care that someone’s not reciprocating your friendship?

Leading Virtually

A study suggests that when the goals or rewards you seek are dependent on the performance of someone who does not reciprocate your friendship, you may still be able to influence that person. If I think of you as a friend, then there’s about 50% likelihood that you don’t think of me likewise.

2016 70

Opportunities for Brands in the Collaborative Economy

Online Community Strategy

Being crisp on business goals and measures of success, while being open to unexpected learnings and sources of value are all key. Collaborative Economy Culture Design Online Community Open Innovation brands collaborative economy open innovation social media

2015 77

Conversation and Silence, Part One

How to Save the World

They are about using a deliberative process to move beyond the fixed thoughts and ideas in our own heads and to appreciate others’ ways of thinking and seeing, with the goal of achieving agreement and cohesion with others we live and work with. Our Culture / Ourselves

2018 74

PebbleRoad: The culture of collaboration and what it means for your intranet

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

PebbleRoad Home About us Services Work Events Articles Articles 5 Dec 21 2009 [link] The culture of collaboration and what it means for your intranet by Maish Nichani Many organisations are waking up to the fact that collaboration is a key piece of the intranet puzzle. I have spoken to many such people in charge of collaboration in their organisations and what puzzles me in turn is their lack of understanding of the culture of collaboration. Culture is about shared values.

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Benefits of Social Business

Michael Sampson - Currents

By building a social business based on trust and transparency, employees can tap into the creativity, innovation and community of the organisation as a whole and accomplish business goals faster and with greater efficiency. ". Collaboration CultureSan mentions three benefits from being a social business : collaboration, mobility, and employee retention. On employee retention, San says: ".

CrossFit for Business

Michael Sampson - Currents

Introduce some cross-fit to the training portfolio allows a stronger, leaner more ‘integrated’ body and builds plenty of motivation with fresh daily goals. Collaboration Culture Nicholas proposes applying the ideas of CrossFit to business : Cross-fit is a high intensity interval training methodology and is brilliant for those who want to get really, really fit. It also has a strong following amongst specialist athletes.

2014 126

Are you trying to win, or succeed?

Viv Mcwaters

Sport seems to be ubiquitous as a metaphor for organisations – teams, goals, stepping up, targets, avoiding the curve ball, taking it on the chin, keeping your eye on the ball, winning the game – are a few that come to mind. It seems to me the planet could do with some of us giving up the goal of winning and a hell of lot more yielding. Culture GeneralLet’s say you have an idea. A great idea. And you want your work colleagues to know about it.

2011 126

Saving Web 2.0 from itself?

GrowingPains

Incubate is an annual independent culture festival in Tilburg. does away with the value of culture by abolishing the intermediary. The Brave New World of the digital economy: "we are going to dis-intermediate" However, the middleman in culture is often the necessary one between the creative force and the audience. There is a culture of self-expression, individual radical democratization of culture and identity.

On Acting Collaboratively

Michael Sampson - Currents

Paint the end goal, share it with your collaborators, and see how everyone can pull together to make it work. Being Collaborative Collaboration Culture featured I have been reminded over the past couple of months about the behaviors or acts of collaboration – what does it look like when someone acts collaboratively? Let’s take the word ACTS and make it mean something: Acknowledge Intended Action.

2014 137

How "Collaboration Ready" Are You? A Upcoming Webinar

Michael Sampson - Currents

Often technologies are implemented without crystal clear goals. And, often many have overlooked or minimized the work that needs to be done to ensure that the right expectations, culture, behaviors, and incentives are woven into the organization to drive these new practices. Collaboration Collaboration CultureAn upcoming webinar in mid-September from the producers of the E2 Social and E2 Innovate conferences is about collaboration readiness.

2012 125

On Working Transparently

Michael Sampson - Currents

The ability to quickly align around goals and what you want to get done is important.”. Collaboration CultureJessica contemplates the idea that greater transparency in the organization will result in rudderlessness: " Managers may worry that employees won’t know where to focus with information about so many initiatives washing over them. Command and control ensures coordinated action on limited priorities.

2012 142

Ephraim on Collaboration: "Collaboration 1.0 at the Heart of Enterprise 2.0 Success"

Michael Sampson - Currents

Collaboration is about (1) people, (2) working together, and (3) shared goals, and then lists 7 very valuable questions to ask / contemplate / answer in a collaborative endeavor. Lists 6 "foundations of effective collaboration" - about shared goals, collaborative processes, and cultural requirements. Collaboration does not imply the use of specific tools and technologies - to use Ephraim's three criteria, it's about (1) people, (2) working together, for (3) shared goals.

2011 138

We Have No Choice

How to Save the World

Our thinking is biologically and culturally conditioned; it is beyond our control. We have no control over our “thinking”, so we cannot “shift” it, especially at any scale like an organization or entire culture. How the World Really Works Our Culture / Ourselve

2017 74

Sorting Ourselves Out

How to Save the World

We associate with people who share our views, our goals, our activities and our interests. But large complex systems evolve to prevent reform and change, so now they’re the only systems, and the only conceivable culture, on offer for most. Our Culture / Ourselves

2015 93

Enterprise Social Networks Fail Without the Proper Approach—a Roadmap is Needed

Michael Sampson - Currents

The Altimeter Group has reached the same conclusion as I have: without the proper approach to enterprise social networking it will fail : " Enterprise social networking (ESN) software can improve communication and collaboration among employees, but most companies aren’t implementing and using these products properly, leading to unmet goals, according to a new study. It requires a rethinking of the relationships inside your organization, and therefore a rethinking of your culture.”.

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