What do we mean by engagement online? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Role model passsion, and your own engagement. Cynthia, it is funny you mention this because this ended up be a topic of conversation in an online gathering this past week with a bunch of educators in Florida.

What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect? We need to be thinking much more deeply about social models which do not depend on any form of currency. As Rushkoff tells us so clearly, that system was designed with a different purpose.

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My Favorite Knowledge Management Story and its Lessons Learned for Today

Portals and KM

This is also one of the clearest cases I have seen of an organization moving to a knowledge-based business model and then aligning its knowledge management system to directly support this new model. A key part of this strategy would be to move to a more knowledge-based business model. " Under the new model, Ryder salespeople don’t sell a straightforward commodity like truck leases; they solve transportation and inventory-management problems for clients on a global scale.

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What do we mean by engagement online? Reprise from 20019

Full Circle Associates

Tomorrow I’m doing a web meeting with a group of people who are designing, stewarding and facilitating globally distributed online communities of work, practice and information sharing. Role model passsion, and your own engagement. What do we mean by engagement online?

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Think ‘Network Structure’ not ‘Networking’ « Connect « Innovation Leadership Network

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Bridging structural holes and filling in triangles can both be good business strategies – but they support different business models. This is the model used by Seth Godin , Hugh MacLeod and O’Reilly Media.

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plan a little, implement a lot « Innovation Leadership Network

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Tim Kastelle & John Steen Innovation Leadership Network Home About Popular Posts Talks « innovative innovation research the roots of innovation » plan a little, implement a lot That’s a saying that one of our research partners attributed today to Etienne Wenger, and which he said was one of the ideas that drove their successful implementation of a Communities of Practice initiative.

The burnout risks for E2.0 community managers | Irregular Enterprise | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Culture is sometimes a bone of contention in community building and maintenance discussions but history and experience tell us that many large organizations develop cultures either accidentally or by design. There is an excellent article from M Jason Martin, the University of Florida from 2006 where he says : Culture permeates all aspects of any society. A Business Process Management Simulator IBM Innovate your business process model, play against the market, compete.

Jon Dron :: Weblog :: E-pluribus unum

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Indeed, it is common for clusters within networks to be an emergent feature: the form is quintessentially bottom-up, un-designed and distributed. Its authorisation model is ideally suited to groups – communities can be as private or public as we wish.

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Why Companies shouldn’t build Online Communities. « The Complete Innovator

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The word conjures up a nice warm vision of a collection of friends and associates sitting around a fireside or, for the more cynical among you, images of suburban old age homes in Florida and Arizona maybe.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

We see this very much in open source communities where talent development and reputation building are key motivations for participation As customers gain more power, they will want to become more deeply involved in the design, delivery and tailoring of products and services to meet their needs.

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Do We Really Want to Know?

How to Save the World

Although he never explicitly equates “concentrated animal feeding operations” with the Final Solution, the German model of at once seeing and not seeing clearly informs Foer’s thinking. Reading the article, I thought about the program of practices I have designed for myself once I retire in a couple of months, whose purpose in part is to reconnect me with my instincts, my emotions, my senses and all-life-on-Earth. BLOG Do We Really Want to Know the Truth?

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REPOST: Do We Really Want to Know? (with first 50 reader comments appended)

How to Save the World

Although he never explicitly equates “concentrated animal feeding operations” with the Final Solution, the German model of at once seeing and not seeing clearly informs Foer’s thinking. Reading the article, I thought about the program of practices I have designed for myself once I retire in a couple of months, whose purpose in part is to reconnect me with my instincts, my emotions, my senses and all-life-on-Earth. the human psyche really isn't designed for it.