Thu.Jan 19, 2012

Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

In October of 2011, AIIM (the Association for Information & Imaging Management, a non-profit research, community and educational association), published a survey-based report that examined social business and Enterprise 2.0 trends. I had the good fortune to hear about the results first-hand when I co-presented with AIIM’s President, John Mancini , on a social networking panel at the Gilbane Conference held in Boston last November. John summarized the work and results of the study.

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Lotusphere 2012 Notes: Social Business for SMBs

Portals and KM

This is another in a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2012. I am very pleased to be back again after last year. It covers “Social Business for SMBs,” (Speakers: IBM Clients - The Law Offices of LaVan & Neidenberg, Czarnowski, and others). Ed Brill hosted the session.

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Trending Sources

Celebrate Community Manager Appreciation Day 2012 with Dell (and Me) on Google+

Managing Communities

photo credit: Dell’s Official Flickr Page The third annual Community Manager Appreciation Day, originally started by Jeremiah Owyang, will be celebrated on January 23. In honor of this event, Dell will be hosting an hour long Google+ Hangout on their Google+ profile, starting at 1 PM ET (UTC/GMT -5). During the hour, there will be [.]. Press

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What We Like vs What We Want

How to Save the World

T his is another in my series of articles exploring the basic existential questions of who we are and what motivates us to do what we do.

Modelling, not shaping

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Tweet In social networks we can learn from each other; modelling behaviours, telling stories, and sharing what we know. This may not be highly efficient, but it it can be very effective. You will know you’re in a real community of practice if it changes your practices.

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Parkinson’s Neighbours’ Law


Parkinson’s Wife’s Law – work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion, and he still hasn’t done what I wanted. Parkinson’s Neighbours’ Law – work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion, and then they have an almighty row about it.