#openedMOOC Week 3: The 5Rs, CC, and open Licensing

Jenny Connected

Much of the discussion is about the re-use capabilities of open educational resources (OER). On a personal note, I am currently trying to decide whether to pay for a research paper a colleague and I are working on to be openly accessible in the journal we think is the best fit for the work!

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Social Business in 2013 – An Opportunity (Open Business)


Knowledge workers ultimately adopt and embrace as well a much more open, public, trustworthy and transparent manner of collaborating and sharing their knowledge. IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Open Business Personal KM

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Trending Sources

Let’s Have Another SharePoint Failure! #sharepoint #office365 #culture #failure

Michael Sampson - Currents

– the use of SharePoint takes place within a group of people working at an organisation that has a particular culture. No one in executive management champions the cultural tenets of collaboration, sharing, openness, and transparency. Culture & Competency Microsoft Office 365 Microsoft SharePointThe third step of taking a strategic approach to the use of Office 365 focuses on creating the right organisational context for achieving value.

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Why you should come to learn about Open Space on June 1-2 in Vancouver

Chris Corrigan

Register for this year’s Open Space Technology learning workshop, June 1-2 in Vancouver. I first stumbled across Open Space Technology in 1995 at a large conference of the International Association of Public Participation in Whistler. cross-cultural education. Open Space

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The Future of Open Business At Stake


In fact, for vast majority of practitioners social / open business is all about, and just about, collaborating with your peers, although perhaps nowadays with a fancier set of collaborative and knowledge sharing tools. That one of Openness and Transparency.

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Giving Up Control in the Era of Open Business


Open Business

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Four Principles for the Open World by Don Tapscott #hippie2.0


More than anything else because of a single key concept that permeates throughout the TED Talk and which I have been advocating for a long while as one of the biggest advantages of making use of social technologies, whether for work or for personal use: Openness.

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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. Building a culture of collaboration. Action learning builds a culture of team work and of collaboration.

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. Measuring culture is not straightforward. How do you define culture? Culture & Competency Microsoft Office 365

The Cultural Impact of The Future of You


And, finally, the one other suggestion that Dr. Chamorro mentions in that article and which I think is perhaps the most exciting in the context of Open Business altogether: Hyperconnectivity. Cultural Impact of Social Networking in Defining the Workplace of the Future from Luis Suarez.

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Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up


Open Direct Messages : By far, it’s one of my favourite capabilities from Twitter, as it allows everyone out there with a Twitter ID to reach out to me, via a direct message, without having to worry whether we follow each other or not.

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Teamwork Needs Healthy Friction to Collaborate and Get Work Done More Effectively


Who would have thought cooking together would provide just the perfect level of healthy friction you would need to help your team(s) members collaborate more openly and effectively to get even more work done? Knowledge Management Learning Open Business Open Leadership

2016 83

Stop Blaming the Tools when Collaboration Fails


It’s all about understanding that different groups (and individuals) have got different needs to cater for; that is, diverse sets of habits, mindset, behaviours, corporate culture, contexts, constraints, conditions, understanding of the business world surrounding them, etc.

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Cetis 2013 Keynote - Digital Citizenship: Underpinning Open Education


adoption of open learning technology specifications and standards is. It's also great to be speaking in and supporting Open Education Week , and to be part of a worldwide community who are committed to promoting and. creating open education opportunities for all, through free and open.

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Adaptation: The Key to Become a Socially Integrated Enterprise


A few months back I wrote about transitioning from Adoption into Adaptation in order to achieve maximum impact to become a successful social / open business. IBM Innovation Learning Open Business Open Leadership #elsuasworkbook

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Review of "Open Leadership" - By Charlene Li via Gil Yehuda

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gil shares his thoughts on Charlene Li's book Open Leadership : " The premise: leadership remains a requirement. Open and Social business are not leaderless — quite the contrary, they are lead in a manner that leverages new behaviors. Open Leadership is not the abdication of leadership — it’s the careful release of control in areas where that release is beneficial, and in some cases inevitable. Part 2, a discussion of controlled openness, and especially how to handle failure.

JISC Netskills – The Rhetoric of Openness

Jenny Connected

The first JISC Netskills online seminar, ‘The Rhetoric of Openness’ by David White was delivered on Tuesday 21st June; if you couldn’t join the session – you can still watch & listen to a recording of the session here: [link] – you can also comment on the recording, or if you’re tweeting use #nstalks. Dave discussed openness from the perspective of the institution and the student. Institutions can misunderstand the open culture of the web.

IBM Connect 2013: My Opening Session Notes

Portals and KM

Alistair Rennie, IBM General Manager led the opening session which began with a very loud and good rock band. One senior exec said social revealed one company’s culture. They started with pilots, but will open it to everyone soon.

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Lotusphere 2012 - Opening General Session

Michael Sampson - Currents

Social - "the application of social tools and culture to business processes and activities.". We can apply this to lots of different scenarios - executive communication and cultural transformation, improved customer care, real time market segmentation, etc. - Social business - social networking, content in motion (social content systems), and an insight-driven culture (analytics around processes, sentiment, the market, etc). Alister Rennie, General Manager.

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The Future of Collaboration Lies in Human Resources AND Management’s Hands


A few weeks ago I put together the attached article for CMSWire where I tried to reflect on what I feel is the number #1 challenge for today’s corporations in terms of embracing a much more open, transparent, knowledge sharing culture through the emergence of social technologies behind the firewall. Irrespective of function, the culture needs to change first or collaboration will never work regardless of process and technology. It’s a culture issue.

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The Arbejdsglaede of Employee Engagement


It won’t until we get our mojo back and start embracing that culture of Arbejdsglaede. And, finally, my favourite quote on what that two-way street concept for Employee Engagement would be all about not only in the Social Era, but also on the Open Business Era: Do or do not.

To Develop a Community, Think Network First

Online Community Strategy

Collaborative Economy Community Management crowd economy crowdsourcing Culture Design Digital Transformation Online Community Open Innovation Social Business social media Strategy cmgr digital transformation FON Future of Networks NetworkThinking socbiz

SEEFA symposium identifies challenges to innovation in Ageing Better – it’s culture as much as tech

Social Reporter

Summary: a symposium on innovation, technology and later life provides confirmation that many of the challenges to making use of tech for ageing better are organisational and cultural as well as technical. A culture of competitive tendering reduces people’s inclination to cooperate and use what’s already available). While social technology does not on its own enable cooperation and sharing, it makes it far more possible, and among those who use it engenders a culture for that.

Let The Next Adventure Begin – The Origins


In those 17 years at IBM I have worked in 6 different business units, with their own 6 different cultures, challenges and exciting opportunities, making them feel like as if I had 6 jobs already at any other place. It’s what motivates me to have a smile on my face, to always try to be helpful, empathic, full of energy and passion, keen on both sharing my knowledge openly and learn from others at the same time. Life works in mysterious ways, doesn’t it?

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2013 – The Year of Social HR


Gaming the system will provoke one single element to come out that could even destroy the corporate culture of your own organisation: lack of value add from your own online interactions with others, just to earn that badge. Knowledge Management Open Business

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Preview of the Brands & Collaborative Economy Research Project

Online Community Strategy

Aren’t willing (yet) to make the investments in platforms, partnerships, open collaboration and the making corporate assets available.

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Social Computing Guidelines and Why You Would Still Need Them


Here is the thing, if you let that happen you are just opening a can of worms you don’t want to open. Openness, transparency, publicy , trust, engagement don’t work well with rules. Collaboration Communities Knowledge Management Open Business Learning Enterprise2.0

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From Adaptation into Engagement by Luis Suarez


How to become an effective leader you would need to acquire a new set of skills and capabilities that would help you transform yourself from being just another middle manager doing their (disengaged) work into the new kind of Open Leadership that’s very much needed to help re-engage a knowledge workforce that right now is on the brink of collapsing on its own. . Innovation Knowledge Management Learning Open Business Open Leadership Travelling Language matters.

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Towards an Ecological Meta-Design framework for Open Learning Ecosystems

Taming the spaces

We are together with Mart Laanpere currently working with the theoretical paper: “An Ecological Meta-Design framework for Open Learning Ecosystems&# In this paper we will introduce the ecological Meta-Design framework for open learning ecosystems. Meta-design is designing the design process for cultures of participation – creating technical and social conditions for broad participation in design [.].

The Power of Outsiders

Michael Sampson - Currents

Yet by opening up the problem to others working in adjacent fields, such as biologists and physicists, they became more tractable. Culture & Competency

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The Paradox of Self-Management

How to Save the World

Better self-knowledge would seem to open you to possibilities that otherwise might not arise. Our Culture / Ourselves

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Opportunities for Brands in the Collaborative Economy

Online Community Strategy

Unfreezing corporate assets, opening up IP portfolios, bringing customers in to every stage of product development, even bringing customers inside the organization for extended periods – these are all huge issues to wrestle with, there is no doubt. Open Products,IP, and Assets.

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The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Don’t be too clever – or try to be tricky, which enters noise into the system and opens room for misinterpretation, although some noise in system is inevitable. Cultural Evolution. Culture is what we learn from each other not what we are born with, but it can evolve in the sense that groups that engage in social learning learn more effectively and so are able to adapt to a changing environment more effectively.

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The State of Social Business – A State of Maturity?


It’s down back into a culture shift, a new mindset, about inspiring a new wave of working habits where people become more open, public and transparent. Innovation Knowledge Management Open Business

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Narrate Your Work, Working Out Loud, with Google Plus


Once again, nothing to do really with technology, but more with attitude (One of my favourite key terms when talking about corporate culture as of late. IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Learning Open Business Personal KM Productivity Tools

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ShiftSpace | An Open Source layer above any webpage

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

ShiftSpace An open source layer above any webpage Install ShiftSpace easy 3 step installation | Version 0.14 | January 10, 2009 ShiftSpace (pronounced: § ) is an open source browser plugin for collaboratively annotating, editing and shifting the web. It was made possible with funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Open Faced Book

Evolving Web

Today David Recordon said in O’Reilly Radar that he thinks the doors shall fly open and Facebook will join the ranks for the enlightened. What if a faction at Facebook sees openness as a threat to the organization? How much openness is too much?

Several Short Sentences About Learning

How to Save the World

Because our culture is so pervasive, it’s hard to imagine a real alternative to today’s institutional educational systems, programs and processes. Our minds are more open to possibilities. Our Culture / Ourselves Preparing for Civilization''s End

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A Great Example of Collaborative Tools Being Integrated into an Appropriate Way of Working

Michael Sampson - Currents

This is at odds with many firms who are pursuing open offices. This creates a magnificent culture of non-distraction. The result is exactly the sort of culture that open offices are supposed to promote but better: If someone else sees the message, they can chime in with the answer. This really is the best of both worlds, and one of the reasons that I’m a big advocate of remote work culture even if nobody works remote. Culture

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Set Expectations for Communication with a Remotely-Located Boss

Michael Sampson - Currents

Her opening statement: It’s the toughest long-distance relationship: employee and boss. Culture & CompetencyA couple of months ago, Sue at The Wall Street Journal wrote about the challenge of managing a long-distance relationship with your boss. More of us than ever are working from home or other remote locations, and there are more ways to communicate. So why do we still feel so anxious that we’re out of touch?

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