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Great KM Cluster Meeting in Dallas on September 24

Portals and KM

My friend Adriaan Jooste is hosting an interesting KM Cluster meeting in Dallas this week on September 24. The DFW Value Network and KM Cluster will be held in Irving, Texas, 10 minutes from DFW Airport. The speakers include Adriaan covering KM Economics: What NOT to do in an Economic Downturn. Adraain is the Chief Knowledge Officer ? Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP. Karl Wiig , ?Chairman Chairman and CEO?Knowledge

Letting go of control to create something out of nothing

Jenny Connected

In this interview Tuttle talks about this work as follows: I was doing white paper octagons on a wall at a museum in Dallas. Anna Lovatt opened the symposium on The Materiality of Nothing at Lancaster University by discussing the work of Richard Tuttle.

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The Direction of MOOC Research

Jenny Connected

Given that I couldn’t attend, I have been watching the Twitter stream quite closely and am following the blog posts that are emerging now that delegates have managed to return home after being stuck in Dallas in an unexpected ice storm . After 2 years of MOOC mania, the time has come for increasing the output of MOOC research. But what direction is that research taking – what direction should it take?

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Twestival cometh!

Community Guy

The Dallas Twestival at Mockingbird Station will feature live music by local bands, food and drink, a raffle, WiFi, feeds from other global events, a free film at the Angelica Theater, a show at Hyena’s Comedy Club, and friendly, engaged Fort Worth and Dallasites united to “Tweet.

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Eight

Portals and KM

Dallas Moore cooks the chicken. Here is the eighth installment of our BBQ tour of the US South. The first one covered Louisiana and Texas. The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The third covered North Carolina and eastern Virginia.

The Social Enterprise:?Next Practices in Social Networks and Media

Portals and KM

occurs in Dallas on October 8. Here is an interesting meeting with some of my favorite speakers. The Social Enterprise:?Next Next Practices in Social Networks and Media. Karl Wiig , ? Chairman and CEO ? Knowledge Research Initiative and Adriaan Jooste , ? Chief Knowledge Officer? Deloitte  Deloitte Financial Advisory Services start off with The Social Enterprise:? A Conversation. Then Robin Hanson , ?

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Influence

Skip to Navigation Careers News Client login About Us Services Our Work Blogs Events Contact Us Home › Blogs › Influence Social Networking and #AIDS2010 Suzanne Rainey in Influence 15 Jul 2010 There’s a flurry of action this week as we await the start of the XVIII International AIDS Conference (#AIDS2010) in Vienna, Austria, next week. I wish I was able to attend, but am glad that many of my clients have the opportunity to go. The conference is held every two years, and is always.

Road Trip to Austin Music Scene

Portals and KM

We recently stopped in  Austin  for two days on the way back from a family event in Dallas. I got introdcued the Austin music scene last year during SXSW (see -  SXSW Notes: The Music Scene Part One: March 13 ).

Louisiana Vs. Texas BBQ

Portals and KM

We recently drove to a family event in Dallas and then stopped at Austin for two nights of the music scene on the way back. Going there we stopped at Eddie's BBQ at a truck stop near Alexandria LA.

Understanding Users of Social Networks — HBS Working Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

They arent in Dallas but they are in Fort Worth.

The mind of a Community Manager

Ant's Eyeview Blog

During a recent hotel stay at the wonderful Hotel Zaza in Dallas, I noticed two quotes written on the wall of my room. Both struck me as being particularly relevant to explaining the mindset a successful community manager has to own in order to do their job. The test of a first rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.

20x2 at SXSW 2012

Portals and KM

Louis to Dallas to Austin. This is my first time at SXSW and it takes a while to figure it out. I went to an interesting session my first night here. It was 20x2 “a SXSW Interactive tradition!”

What’s Jake doing in Austin??

Community Guy

Years ago when I worked at NVision Design in Dallas, we held an afternoon event the last Friday of every month. If you’ve been watching my tweets lately, you’ve probably noticed quite a few mentions of my presence in Austin, Texas.

The mind of a Community Manager

Community Guy

During a recent hotel stay at the wonderful Hotel Zaza in Dallas, I noticed two quotes written on the wall of my room. Both struck me as being particularly relevant to explaining the mindset a successful community manager has to own in order to do their job. The test of a first rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.

Today is a sigh

Chris Corrigan

Coming up from the beach I ran into Norma Dallas who owns the Bowen island Marina and we talked about what it feels like to be out on the water all alone on days like this. Just in from an hour SUPping around Mannion Bay and Miller’s Landing.

Delivering on Brand Promises

Community Guy

Last week I shut down my laptop at the office, drove 20 minutes to my presentation at the BMA Dallas, and turned on my laptop when I got there to prepare for my talk. Nothing. No video, minor hard drive spinning, nothing. After winging it during the talk, I headed to the Apple store. The next Genius Bar appointment was nearly 5 hours away.

Ends and Means: Musings on Agile 2012

Evolving Web

I have just returned from Agile 2012 in Dallas, Texas. I was thinking about what my takeaways were. We had a week’s worth of great Lean Coffees, I saw a few really compelling sessions, Joe Justice unveiled the new body style for the Wikispeed car. But outside the conference, on the first day, I got together with a small group of people to have a day-long conversation about “Agile” as a concept, a movement, a word.

The Twitter Experiment - By Dr. Monica Rankin

Elsua

After a couple of days off from my regular blogging activities, as I went on a business trip to Madrid for a couple of days end of last week to share some more thoughts and insights on social software adoption at an internal event, I am now back once more.

Notes on KEY101 Industries Get Social

Michael Sampson - Currents

Dallas Children's Hospital - have a system to allow parents and family members to share stories about their conditions and experiences. -. The second day of IBM Connect 2013 is just beginning. First up for most people is the keynote on the main stage. Some notes: Bob Picciano, GM, Information Management and Big Data. Three years ago Bob was the GM of the Lotus collaboration area. It's all just beginning again. For IBM and its customers. And for Bob - with a new GM role.

Mommy Madness: The power of a single influencer

Community Guy

We both have left Dallas but we still keep in contact. Last week on the Ant’s Eye View blog, I posted an interview with Amy Krause from Velocity Marketing. Velocity, together with CBS Radio and the North Texas Chevy dealers built a very cool outreach program to get the word out about the new (and highly awesome) Chevy Traverse. To find out more about the program, check out the AEV blog post.

In uncertain times, Enterprise 2.0 takes the stage

Green Chameleon

startups such as $15million that Sequoia Capital recently invested in Portland based Jive Software , and $20million from Intel Capital which was invested in Telligent , a Dallas, Texas, company. For many people the positioning of Enterprise 2.0 as a cost reduction engine is not new. Complexity reduction, efficiency increases and fast response times have been the cornerstone of many Enterprise Social Software pitches in the last 5 years. Enterprise software spending has recently crashed.

A story to tide you over…

Community Guy

And in true geek style, I spent the rest of the day driving all over the Dallas metroplex trying to complete the line. Moving. A two year old. Co-owning a new business. Selling a house. Let’s say that things have been busy lately. Blogging has been slow, so as I was cleaning up my desktop tonight I found something I thought I’d share. I submitted the story below to Fray for their “Geek&# theme. (It It didn’t make it). Please try not to make too much fun. —-.

Mommy Madness: Influencer programs can be small AND effective

Ant's Eyeview Blog

I then brought CBS Radio/Dallas into the fold and we brainstormed together – they added all the details, execution and creative to the program so it was a great partnership. We did the program in three markets – Dallas/Ft. This past spring, the North Texas Chevy Dealers worked with Velocity Marketing and CBS Radio to put together a very cool blogger outreach program. In short, the program targeted 5 moms.

Mommy Madness: Influencer programs can be small AND effective

Ant's Eyeview Blog

I then brought CBS Radio/Dallas into the fold and we brainstormed together – they added all the details, execution and creative to the program so it was a great partnership. We did the program in three markets – Dallas/Ft. This past spring, the North Texas Chevy Dealers worked with Velocity Marketing and CBS Radio to put together a very cool blogger outreach program. In short, the program targeted 5 moms.

Facebook-like status updates coming to the office - San Jose Mercury News

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Echoing another Facebook feature — Microsoft owns a share of Facebook — workers can type a real-time status update on their profile page to let others within the organization know what they are up to, such as, "Meeting with sales team in Dallas."

Verifying Virtual Value - Chief Learning Officer magazine

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Director, Leadership & Organizational Development Parkland Health & Hospital System 10/26/2009 Parkland Health & Hospital System (www.parklandhospital.com) located in Dallas, Texas has been voted one of "Americas Best Hospitals" by U.S.