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Collaborative Thinking: Timeout For Something Different

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December 23, 2007 in Commentary | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Timeout For Something Different : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Green Chameleon » Knoco on KM Metrics

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Knoco on KM Metrics The latest issue of Knoco’s newsletter has a very good, practical feature on the different kinds and purposes of KM Metrics. Thanks for the reference to your white paper; I shall read with interest Posted on December 21, 2009 at 04:50 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

qualities of different social experience models

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Friday August 01, 2008 Qualities of different social experience models (why there is no single idea behind "Community") I read Jonathan Trenns recent posts on the fallacy of community (and more on it ) which seems to argue the concept of community but combine a number of different elements together: culture (mostly), governance, and structure. My previous post showing my list of different modesl for social experiences focuses just on the structural component.

Adventures in Knowledge: Social Networks - A People focus

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KM is no longer about the tools or different processes involved - it is about the people. Often vested interests in existing KM processes, portals, and tools can provide some nasty roadblocks to a focus on the people side of KM and embracing social networks within the business.

Green Chameleon » Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

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Posted by Tim Wieringa on 10/02/10 at 11: 44 AM | Categories: KM Critiqued | Permalink 8 Comments so far Christian Young Thank you for taking the time to put this together Tim! Posted on February 10, 2010 at 03:21 PM | Comment permalink Atul You have put it quite well. Posted on February 10, 2010 at 05:56 PM | Comment permalink nick milton what you have missed from this list is the topic of reoutine learning from experience.

Green Chameleon » Blogs and Email Again

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I especially like the nitty gritty ground view practicality of his suggestions, including: posting to the blog by email seeing who’s subscribed to your blog&# so you can email those who aren’t bundling RSS feeds that go with a particular job role into an OPML file and giving it to employees when they start in that role seven different productive uses for blogs inside the enterprise some great follow up links for good measure There’s a lot more than that in his post.

Collaborative Thinking: Analytics: Key To Understanding Social Media

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Sentiment Analysis: A Focus on Applications Published: February 19, 2008 Text analytics can be applied to extract and analyze attitudinal information from sources as varied as articles, blog postings, e-mail, call-center notes and survey responses. Last month, I looked at Sentiment Analysis: Opportunities and Challenges , promising a follow-on focus on applications.

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Green Chameleon » Media Tag

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It always gets me that they have to make announcements (twice, in different languages) just at the plot denouement (the exciting bits). I don’t go to the dentist often enough to remember specific titles… And now it’s my turn: I’d like to nominate David Gurteen Beverly Trayner Joitske Hulsebosch Nirmala Palaniappan Kim Sbarcea Posted by Patrick Lambe on 01/03/07 at 11: 30 AM | Categories: Communities | Permalink 4 Comments so far I find House oddly compelling.

Collaborative Thinking: Panning For Yahoo! Gold

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Given its focus on Microsofts offer - and survival in general - would the company welcome such deals? The Open Road - The Business and Politics of Open Source by Matt Asay - CNET Blogs February 14, 2008 in Commentary | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Panning For Yahoo!

Collaborative Thinking: From Star Power To Network Power

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brand, community, customer relationship), the more focused social network sites that cater to a specific audience can deliver qualitative value to a social media strategy. You are then a member of a more global community with the added luxury of having focused areas of participation. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Meanwhile, Over At WebEx: A New Sheriff In Town | Main | IP Democracy: The Futility Of Internet Privacy?

Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

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Using Complexity Concepts to Improve Collaboration In complex adaptive systems theory, the focus is on the concept of emergence. Shared Creation – These are meetings focused on brainstorming, problem-solving, decision-making, or reacting & evaluating (feedback).

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For

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Main | Modern managers are all the same - Telegraph » January 17, 2008 Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For My focus next week at IBMs Lotusphere event will concentrate on two areas: social computing and unified communications. For all the messaging from IBM that they focus on the enterprise, they absence of any consumer aspect of Connections mystifies me. If so - how do the two solutions interoperate (and why would you want to focus on two different technical roadmaps)?

Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"

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By definition, generalists tend not to focus (actually, they do focus but just not to the extent that specialists do), they don’t often travel in groups (lacking common associations, designations, and unions), and their shape-shifting versatility changes them frequently.

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

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The bottom line is that silos are a method for ensuring focus around specific business deliverables. Interest focused . Project focused. Bookmark the permalink. @Greg2dot0's Blog. …this I believe. Search. Main menu. Skip to primary content.

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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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Rather than focusing on the “point of origin” as is the case with STEEP (social, technological, environmental, economic, political), this tool scans the driving forces from the perspective of the “point of impact.” leave one → metalifestream permalink. Mark Roest permalink.

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Community Managers: What They Do, Why You Need Them -- InformationWeek

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Permalink Community Managers: What They Do, Why You Need Them With the emergence of social collaboration tools and the impact they have on employee and customer communities, community management has emerged in a critical role.

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The Primal Forces that Drive Social Networks | Digital Tonto

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Armed with mathematical representations for both his “spacemen and his “cavemen” he could experiment with different types of networks. Reply ] Helena permalink September 8, 2009 Very interesting article, Greg. Greg [ Reply ] Jebediah permalink September 8, 2009 Greg, Incredible post. Thanks for focusing on how and why social media works instead of just how to exploit it. Reply ] mathew permalink September 8, 2009 Very interesting and very well written!

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

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quickening] They got more complex and different people started doing different things, making stuff, and wanted to trade their stuff for other people’s stuff. Different versions emerged all over the world, but they all had something in common: There was a scarcity of resources, and so the systems were competition-based. Those things are different for all of us, and they develop and grow over time as we learn through experience.

Social Networking More Popular Than Email

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Permalink Admin Remove Post Block email Block IP address Mike Yesterday 12:09 PM 1 point Please login to rate. reply edit reblog flag record video comment /people/01e3d10fdc9881aaa18f36db784c921b/ Parent Permalink Admin Remove Post Block username Block email Block IP address Adam Ostrow Yesterday 12:15 PM 1 point Please login to rate. Focusing on communities and medias like Twitter. I certainly noticed a difference when the social networks came around.

Blog Cases from 2005: Gautam Ghosh on Management

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Initially, Blogger (which is the service he uses) did not have either a commenting facility or permalinks. His blog offers a different perspective from the economics/marketing focused blogs. Gautam benefited from reading other blogs by picking up some great insights from people who look at business issues from different perspectives. This begins a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts.

Communities, Categories,and Neighborhoods: Key organizational concepts in Awareness Communities

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The main organizing concepts are Communities (the main construct), Neighborhoods (focus areas within a community) and Categories (content organization). Question Here Answer Here Rate this post Rating: [ 0 Votes, Average Rating: 0.00 /5 ] Comments (3) Permalink Print Comments | Add Comment BY: Patrick Mancini (05/02/2008 1:24:53 PM) COMMENT: Thank you for the clarification - I see great value in National organizations that maintain relationships at the Chapter level.

Green Chameleon » Two Pillars of Implementing KM Initiatives

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Anyhow, the two key drivers were identified as: perceived usefulness perceived management support During our global roll-out of a document and discussion platform we focused on these two factor; and I would like to elaborate my view on those. Important about it is that the promotion is continuously done and cater to different needs; use different channels and customize the message depending on your stakeholders.

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

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We do need to think in more purposeful ways, adopt a renewed focus on worker experiences – however we need to avoid losing some of the softer goals (e.g., For me, the issue is not “do we focus on the community and social networking aspects of E2.0 … OR … do we focus on integrating E2.0 Each side has value and a focus on both is necessary.   January 02, 2012 in Enterprise 2.0 | Permalink. Collaborative Thinking.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

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Challenges in building virtual communities In reflecting on the experiences accumulated to date by companies seeking to build virtual communities, I’d like to focus on four challenges: First Challenge – Language. Are they too narrowly focused in terms of interests (e.g.,

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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!

21st Century Learning: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

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Hierarchy principles and leadership are different. August 05, 2007 in Community of Practice | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Art of Building Virtual Communities : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. But of course this is your dissertation focus, so I'd expect some deep thinking on this topic!

Green Chameleon » Getting Started on Your Intranet

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They know more about their own jobs and the way they use information in that job, and this is what the focus of enquiry should be. James provides references to deeper resources that will help you through the detail of the different areas of work.

Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Belong Together?

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But we also try pretty hard to work together and understand and integrate our different perspectives. Posted by Patrick Lambe on 10/12/06 at 06: 41 PM | Categories: KM Competencies | Permalink 3 Comments so far and who areyou to say that babble is negative? Posted on December 12, 2006 at 03:34 AM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Green Chameleon » On Staying Grounded

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The most successful improvements ultimately are those that focus on the limitations – on the failures.&# (p.3) We’re not different from our predecessors.

Green Chameleon » A Word from the Wise

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Posted on November 02, 2008 at 06:00 PM | Comment permalink Graham Durant-Law Hi Patrick and Naguib. Regards Graham Posted on November 04, 2008 at 07:07 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Lambe Mark from Anecdote posted today about small interventions that make a big difference at [link] Posted on November 04, 2008 at 06:16 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

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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 is not the position I’m used to seeing you One has to make the difference between simplicity of use and “black-boxing&#.

Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

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Our current breed of social networking services have focused on amplifying our contacts not only because it serves us, but because it serves them. Cultural Strategy - Changing the Standard: There are different cultural standards in each profession as to what is an acceptable relationship.

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Green Chameleon » Of Divas and Unconferences

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But his focus on closet-divas distracts from the other merits of unconferencing and similar participatory approaches. Posted by Patrick on 22/05/07 at 09: 37 AM | Categories: Conferences | Permalink 4 Comments so far Dave Snowden Come on Patrick, you are becoming a conspiracy theory nut.

Green Chameleon » Do Knowledge Managers Really Want to Share Knowledge?—Sharing as a Mating Game

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which does then relate only to males 8-) Posted on October 18, 2007 at 08:38 PM | Comment permalink Matt Moore Patrick - I’m not sure I can. Posted on October 18, 2007 at 10:48 PM | Comment permalink I think to use the figures meaningful you would have to code for content.

Green Chameleon » From Data, with Love

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The SECI model with its de facto focus on codification comes a close second, as I said the other day it’s the model that launched a thousand failed knowledge management initiatives. Posted on February 22, 2010 at 05:04 PM | Comment permalink An intersting discussion.

Life With Alacrity: The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes

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These studies measure the group size of a variety of different primates; Dunbar then correlate those group sizes to the brain sizes of the primates to produce a mathematical formula for how the two correspond. Life With Alacrity Alacrity, noun. From the Latin alacritus meaning promptitude.

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Green Chameleon » Matt and Dave

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So assuming it isn’t some elaborately staged (or improvised) joke here you have two people who have a very high regard for each other rubbing each other up in entirely the wrong way, and in consequence the original question for discussion posed by Matt (some sweeping advice by Dave Snowden at the actKM conference about what knowledge managers should focus on) gets entirely lost in the sound and the fury that ensues.

Green Chameleon » Connect, Contribute, Develop

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2) Contribution: I am able to give back and make a difference—to contribute my unique experience and talent to something greater than self. I am making a positive difference for people and a collective that I value. (3) But in terms of principal focus it’s spot on.

Green Chameleon » Dead KM Walking

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Posted by Patrick Lambe on 04/07/08 at 10: 58 AM | Categories: KM Critiqued , Video | Permalink 17 Comments so far Patrick - I think you are correct - librarians who want to do KM leave libraries - because their managers cannot understand that librarians can do anything more than lend out books (speaking from experience here - to quote my last Branch Head in an Australian Government Department - you are not supposed to be doing anything else but lending books - I left as soon as I could).

Green Chameleon » Shhhh… the IP Addresses Have Ears

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Indeed the whole thrust of eTelemetry’s product suite is focused on security – internal security. BTW, Kim has quite a different post on surveillance today. Posted on May 26, 2007 at 10:33 AM | Comment permalink Klettergriffe 20th business birthday.