Green Chameleon » An Open Enterprise Directive?

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about An Open Enterprise Directive? Just over a month ago, Barack Obama’s Office of Management and Budget issued an Open Government Directive by Presidential order. “The three principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration form the cornerstone of an open government.

Collaborative Thinking: Social Software`s Culture Clash

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Social Software`s Culture Clash March 15, 2008 in Enterprise 2.0 , Social Software | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Social Software`s Culture Clash : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

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Organising Knowledge » SKOS Working Draft Open for Consultation

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about SKOS Working Draft Open for Consultation Via Alistair Miles, the draft specification for the SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organisation System) is now open for consultation. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 06/02/08 at 09: 35 AM | Categories: Taxonomy | Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Online Community Toolkit | Full Circle Associates

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Nancy White Culture and Ethics a chapter by Michel Labour, Charles Juwah, Nancy White and Sarah Tolley, part of the ebook, Online Tutoring E-Book , 2002 5 Online Community Poison Pills – A few avoidable pitfalls.(1999) Bookmark the permalink.

Enterprise 2.0 culture | Socialtext Enterprise Wiki

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culture Jeff Brainard April 7, 2008 - 10:38 AM Comments (0) Mike Gotta from Burton Group recently posted this interesting blog on the culture of collaboration. Read more | Permalink Leave a comment Name Email Address URL Remember personal info? Sales Buy Try Enterprise 2.0

Core Principles for the New Economy: Human Agency & Enlightened Self-Interest « emergent by design

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tags: agency , culture , ethics , new economy , philosophy. I brought this Brian Eno quote up a few posts ago, but I’ll reiterate): Scenius stands for the intelligence and the intuition of a whole cultural scene. So, this is really about culture building. A lot of what I discovered in my social theory education enlightened me about the degree to which we are programmed by our environments, culture, and institutions, and especially by the media. Dominik permalink.

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No, You Can't Pick My Brain. It Costs Too Much - Forbes

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Culture & Books. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. I hardly started this conversation, but I’m glad to open more eyes to it. Permalink. Permalink. Permalink. Business. Autos. Energy. Logistics & Transportation. Media & Entertainment. Pharma & Healthcare. Retail. SportsMoney.

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

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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.

Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

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An over-reliance on the culture of individualism & attitude of “every man for himself” It is a challenge to collaborate effectively, when many of our current organizational models still reward individual rather than group performance. Collegiality flourishes in open environments.”

Green Chameleon » Called to Account

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Called to Account It is a principle of Open Space Technology meetings that you invite the people you think can make a contribution, in an open and free way, and that “whoever comes is the right people&#.

F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « emergent by design

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On the one hand, an open, creative and imaginative mind has the capacity to envision futures that at first glance seem impossible or absurd, but on second glance make you go “hmmmmm.” leave one → metalifestream permalink. Mark Roest permalink. Victor permalink.

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Green Chameleon » When Can You Trust a Knowledge Manager?

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If its a tough job being a knowledge manager, it’s an even tougher job to trust them with your organisation’s culture and infrastructure. Posted on October 20, 2008 at 08:55 PM | Comment permalink Yigal Chamish Insightful post, Patrick.

Collaborative Thinking: Innovation Has Its Own Personality

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While the article focus is on architectural design, there are several key points (see below) worth remember and translating into your own organizational context: A firm’s culture, as succinctly characterized by Jean Valence, Hon.

Benefits Of Enterprise Social Networks Align With CEO Priorities | Yammer Blog

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A business that’s internally social tends to go hand in hand with a strong culture of achievement, innovation, openness and risk-taking. This kind of culture is more likely to attract and retain high-performing talent. Bookmark the permalink. culture.

Breaking down silos, what does that mean? | @Greg2dot0's Blog

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Another benefit of breaking down silos is the opening up of information so that it’s accessible to everyone. Sometimes this is done secretly, and sometimes it’s done openly. Bookmark the permalink. I think the best we can do is for silos to work in the open ie.

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Green Chameleon » Of Divas and Unconferences

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Of Divas and Unconferences Patti Anklam has posted some nice ideas on what an unconference on KM might look like, and notes the conections to Open Space Technology (the agenda emerges from the participants).

The Primal Forces that Drive Social Networks | Digital Tonto

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Any opportunity to implement open architecture (while maintaining security protocols for the site core) should be seized upon. Related posts: The Story of Networks The Difference between Social Media and Social Networks Why Adding Followers Alone Won’t Build Your Community Social Media and Revolution Chaotic Social Networks from → All Posts , Media , Technology 69 Responses leave one → Neicole Crepeau permalink September 7, 2009 I REALLY enjoyed this and tweeted the link.

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Green Chameleon » Social Software Guides

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Social Software Guides Max Kiesler has published an extremely useful list of 40 downloadable open source social software applications (thanks Maish ).

Organising Knowledge » The Technicians are Taking Over the Taxonomy Asylum

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about The Technicians are Taking Over the Taxonomy Asylum Over at VocabControl Fran has made the perceptive comment that there seems to be a bit of a gap opening up between the taxonomists and the people who implement taxonomies. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 20/01/09 at 07: 41 PM | Categories: Taxonomy | Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Organising Knowledge » Before Your Very Eyes

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Because, shock horror dismay, they believe this sort of stuff should be open source. Their latest assault on the Iron Mountain of Knowledge Control is to replace the proprietary and wildly anachronistic Dewey Decimal Classification with an Open Shelves Classification scheme.

Green Chameleon » How to Use Enterprise Wikis - Patterns and Anti-Patterns

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They obviously believe in their product, and in the principle behind wikis – they’ve set up an open wiki community to share “patterns&# and “anti-patterns&# and there’s some really nice stuff there – brief outlines of different approaches to setting up wikis successfully (patterns), and approaches that seem to hinder takeup and participation (anti-patterns).

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

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I opened the account the week that Twitter Lists was introduced. Reply March 18, 2010 Venessa Miemis permalink thanks for support. Reply March 16, 2010 petervan permalink Fabulous post. Reply March 16, 2010 jazzmann91 permalink Incredible. Reply March 16, 2010 Venessa Miemis permalink thank you for pointing that out. Reply March 16, 2010 Openworld permalink What a great post! Reply March 16, 2010 Michael Josefowicz permalink Wow.

Green Chameleon » Fewer But Not Clearer

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Fewer But Not Clearer Last month, Open Text acquired Hummingbird. Posted by edgar on 11/08/06 at 12: 02 PM | Categories: Information & Records Management | Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Yesterday, IBM acquired FileNet. For those who think that such industry consolidations will make the enterprise content management space less fuzzy, think again.

Green Chameleon » Getting Management Buy-In - More contributions needed

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To save you scrolling energy, we’ve opened up a supplementary project page here. Posted by Patrick on 02/08/06 at 11: 54 AM | Categories: Change Management , KM Applied , Leadership | Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

A Journey In Social Media: Giving Back, And A Request For Help

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Posted at 09:52 AM | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Giving Back, And A Request For Help : Comments I am going to have to spend some time with this but a great start. Might you be interested in knowing how other businesses have gone about effecting culture change, new ways of working etc? Part of our corporate culture is to be very transparent and open about our shortcomings.

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40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy « emergent by design

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emergent by design Home About 40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy 2009 November 13 tags: community , community management , Media , Social Media , strategy by Venessa Miemis A practical guide for Community Management strategies, best practices, and resources. Tools for Community Managers: Networks & Social Media Guidelines The Community Roundtable Database of 107 Social Media Policies Expectations & Salary What is an online community manager ?

Are We In A "Post E2.0 Era"? (Collaborative Thinking)

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remained a “squishy” concept and encouraged the type of evangelism that often derailed KM efforts, it did open the door to a new array of tools that were categorized as enterprise social software: blogs, wikis, RSS, tagging, bookmarking, micro-blogging, and so on. has opened up the door to analytics being an integral part of collaboration strategies – something that was not assumed prior to E2.0.   January 02, 2012 in Enterprise 2.0 | Permalink. Open_Source.

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Green Chameleon » Getting Management Buy-in For KM

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Many thanks to all the KM practitioners who participated, both online and in person, to this open narrative project. Doug Posted on December 11, 2007 at 09:55 PM | Comment permalink Yigal Chamish Patrick, Many thanks for the great and insightful project.

Green Chameleon » On Travelling with KM Method Cards

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you might want to think twice about packing them like this: Posted by Patrick Lambe on 28/10/08 at 03: 22 PM | Categories: KM Applied | Permalink 2 Comments so far Serena Joyner The mind boggles at quite how you came by this piece of advice Patrick.

3 Benefits of KM, 3 Types of Community and Online Facilitation, Social Network Software, X-teams - Weekly Knowledge Management blog by Stan Garfield

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In order to do so, we must have a culture of trust, openness, and reward for willingness to talk about what we have done wrong. Posted By Stan Garfield | 2 Comments | Trackbacks | Permalink Strategy , People , Process , Communities , Maxims , Technology , Collaboration , Social Networking , Leadership Comments No Comments Information disclosed in this community becomes public.

Green Chameleon » Touch

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But we touch each other all the time, within the boundaries of our cultural, religious and instinctive rituals and rules around touch. Posted on February 18, 2008 at 08:44 PM | Comment permalink Patrick Brilliant blog.

Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

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In order to solve it we need to look at the traditional cultural answers to the problem, compare them to technical solutions, both current and to-be-invented, and then see how a new generation of social networking services can be designed that molds the two ideas together into a more cohesive whole.

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Green Chameleon » Leadership 2.0

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They opened themselves up to question and scrutiny, but by doing so they achieved transparency, alignment, openness and trust. What kind of leaders would open themselves up to such vulnerability in order to see hierarchical structure (ie power) crumble away? Posted on August 20, 2008 at 10:58 AM | Comment permalink Sarah Stewart My CEO heads up a big higher ed institution and has just started his blog.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

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Well, a couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of delivering the opening keynote presentation at the Community 2.0 In communities of practice, people come together to generate joint work products as in open source software communities.

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Green Chameleon » Consciousness

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Posted on April 16, 2009 at 07:59 PM | Comment permalink Excellent blog. This calls for documenting and potentially open-source (transparency). Posted on May 19, 2009 at 10:01 PM | Comment permalink Patrick Lambe No excuse needed… it’s almost a duty to oneself!

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Green Chameleon » Fragmentation Shmagmentation

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Posted by Patrick Lambe on 16/07/08 at 11: 39 AM | Categories: KM Applied , KM Critiqued , Taxonomy | Permalink 11 Comments so far Dave Snowden Its irony Patrick, on the Weinberger book. Posted on July 16, 2008 at 05:16 PM | Comment permalink John Caddell Patrick, I wasn’t bugged by either title. got me to open and begin to read the work. Posted on July 17, 2008 at 11:42 AM | Comment permalink Daryl Cook Hi Patrick.

Green Chameleon » Gary Klein and Dave Snowden on KM and Singapore’s Risk Assessment and Horizon Scanning System

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Part 4 of 4 (Q&A is split into two segments) Posted by Patrick Lambe on 30/03/07 at 01: 35 PM | Categories: KM Applied , Risk & Uncertainty , Video | Permalink 6 Comments so far Patrick - Many thanks for posting that up.

Green Chameleon » A KM Christmas

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Go to the Flickr captioning tool here (you might want to open this in a new window to be able to follow the instructions) 2. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 23/12/06 at 03: 59 PM | Categories: KM Critiqued | Permalink 4 Comments so far I think yours is really funny!!

Green Chameleon » We’re Having a Gathering!

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So we thought we’d be hospitable and open the invitation to any faithful Green Chameleon blog readers who wanted to drop by and say hello. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 13/02/08 at 04: 24 PM | Categories: | Permalink 3 Comments so far Cory Banks Oh yeah.

Green Chameleon » Electronic Records Management Lags Everywhere

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Posted by Patrick Lambe on 26/10/09 at 01: 32 PM | Categories: Ignorance Management , Information & Records Management , KM Critiqued | Permalink 5 Comments so far Bill Proudfit The division between Content Management, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Library Science and Records Management is more imaginary than real. Posted on October 27, 2009 at 11:43 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Lambe Agreed!