A Framework for Designing and Implementing CoPs - KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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Sign In Home KM Topics KM Overview Case Studies About Us Search A Framework for Designing and Implementing CoPs APQChas developed an organizing framework for an enterprise-wide approach tocommunities. This framework provides best practices across the entire CoP lifecycle, from planning and positioning a community program to designing,launching, and sustaining effective communities.

Knowledge Jolt with Jack: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

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The burning question for many of us trying to establish educational CoPs is how to design a VLC that is compelling enough that it will compete successfully for the attention of busy educators?

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Key Findings About Communities - KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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Most communities serve more than one of these purposes, but a primary intent usually dominates the choices made regarding community design, implementation, and support. The majority of organizations support more than one type of CoP. Models for support and funding vary, in part because different types of communities require different resources. Appropriate measures are a direct reflection of the type of community being assessed.

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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Small World Labs “Small World Labs provides the design, implementation, and hosting services for your online social or professional network.&# Movable Type Community Solution (MTCS), a package of social media features built on top of the popular Movable Type 4 platform.

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Brad's Thoughts on the Social Graph

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Find all of a nodes aggregate friends from all equivalent nodes, expand all those friends equivalent nodes, and then filter on destination node type. In any case, it must (and will) work with both types of sites over time.

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Network Roundtable: Building Collaborative Teams

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Since this was design.[ more ] Design our new logo – get rich and famous! (1)

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Just what do you mean by 'collaboration'

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Usually, the goal is some version of #2, that the software is designed such that multiple people around the world could be working on the project files at the same time. By together, I envisage people sitting in a virtual huddle, tweaking the model and discussing it in real time. Comments (You may use HTML tags for style) Type jacks last name here: (required) : About this Entry This entry was published on January 21, 2008 8:42 PM and has 1 comment(s).

Clay Shirky on Helping People Find You, Content as Mere Conversation Fodder, and Letting Users Identify Their Needs

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by the invention of movable type and the printing press, but it was made possible. The promise and tool must address a real need: Shirky notes wryly "If you designed a better shovel, people would not rush out to dig more ditches". Could this 'customer-supplier' enterprise co-development model work? turns out to be a better predictor of success than 'What's the business model?' ".

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KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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are designed to help you connect with one another and share knowledge and expertise. Boris Jaeger commented on KM Maturity Model : As my rese. maturity model. Powered by Movable Type. KMEdge. KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together. APQC knowledge management km best practices. Sign In. KM Topics. KM Overview. Case Studies. About Us. Search. -->. Knowledge Transfer in the Internet Age. By Lauren Trees on June 26, 2008. Comments (0).