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Building on Traditional Ways of Knowledge Sharing

Portals and KM

Here is where knowledge has been exchanged for some time and continues to be shared. The first example, in this case from another country in Europe, where I was involved a situation where we were tasked with creating a way for plumbers to share best practices on how to fix residential heating systems. While having morning coffee, they would share their best practices. I am sure there are many other traditional patterns of knowledge sharing in developing countries.

Yammer for internal knowledge sharing for health care and policy making

Joitske Hulsebosch

Yammer is booming, especially in the Nederland within Europe. I also meet many organizations where it is set up spontaneously by someone and then it remains a small group of employees who sign up , or people sign up, but very little sharing is going on. What is Yammer?

Collaborative Economy Roundup for the Week Ending October 30

Online Community Strategy

via Science|Business – “At a Brussels news conference, top EU officials had different perspectives on taxi-sharing and other aspects of the ‘sharing’ economy.” – https://goo.gl/ioy5jj. A worldwide paradigm shift from ‘sharing’ to ‘collaborative’ economy?”

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Practical examples: Rede Nos in Brasil and PEM-Pal in Eastern Europe

Joitske Hulsebosch

The community of practice PEM-PAL on public expenditure management regrouping practitioners from 13 countries in Eastern Europe started only this year, and will rather be a constellation of communities of practitioners like treasurers, auditors, etc.

Shared Service, Outsourcing, Multi-sourcing, Re-insourcing. the great circle of life!

Governance in a Networked World

We had 'grown up' together at a large multinational where we transitioned from a local 'IS Shop' through to a corporate shared service, a corporate shared service servicing external accounts and finally sold/outsourced. Western Europe and Asia for example, have the opportunity to find the right balance without having to 'overshoot' by total outsourcing and then swinging back. I had dinner recently with a friend who had recently taken on the CIO role at a federal agency.

Gary Hayes Social Media Count

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Wasting time at work, discussing the News, sharing communication on a birth, engagement, marriage, death? The counter is wildly popular in Germany, England (The Guardian embedded it) and other parts of Europe, and the US is picking up on it now, as we speak (Wired embedded it). Social Media statistics: Ever wondered how many people are blogging, uploading videos, tweeting right at this very minute ?

Organising Knowledge » Conference on Dynamic Taxonomies and Facetted Search

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Conference on Dynamic Taxonomies and Facetted Search There’s some very interesting work being done in Europe (and some great folks in Italy) working on taxonomies, folksonomies and search.

Green Chameleon » A Brief History of Arrangement

Green Chameleon

Until the 1730s, at least in Europe, the practices of arrangement, classification, categorization, and taxonomy work, were all part of the same cluster of concepts. Born in the same year (1707), Linnaeus and Buffon occupied very different social stations, sat at opposite ends of Europe, and set out opposing positions on the ordering and arrangement of knowledge about species. They could be grouped according to the environments that they shared (eg air, land or water).

Dear Social Business Evangelist, Where Art Thou?

Elsua

That was essentially one of the several perceptions I experienced, while attending the premier event on Social Business over here in Europe at the Social Business Forum event held in Milan, Italy.

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Social Media Training: 3 Day Intensive Advanced Class

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Please note: I will be in Europe from next week for the month of May and then in Asia for most of June, so after Friday 4th May, please contact Cheryll via email pa@laurelpapworth.com. Six points of measurement from Circulation (number of followers) to Reach ( number of Shares) to Velocity, Sentiment and so on. Please note: I will be in Europe from next week for the month of May and then in Asia for most of June, so after Friday 4th May, please contact Cheryll.

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Let The Next Adventure Begin – The With Whom (#CAWW)

Elsua

chrisheuer @rhappe think of us as a collaborative sharing economy model for consulting services (sans the “firm” structure). A bit more wordy though, but worth while sharing across: . We believe in transparency, sharing, collaboration, authenticity, and trust. But, as an additional teaser, allow me to share over here first a couple of testimonials from themselves about their own experiences of being a member of the CAWW network.

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Communities in the Crowd Economy: #CSWEurope15

Online Community Strategy

This week I am participating in Crowdsourcing Week Europe 2015 in Brussels. The conference has an amazing range of speakers from both the public and private sector sharing their ideas about, and experiences from, the Crowd Economy. Shared vision of activities and outcomes.

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How Do I Make Sense of Social Networking Tools

Elsua

I use it for everything, as a personal knowledge sharing hub , as my operating system , and a whole lot more than just chat. Pocket is like your extended urge to want to read all of the really cool tidbits shared across with you but not have the time right there, right then to do it.

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Why the Metamovement Will Ultimately Fail

How to Save the World

T here have been, belatedly, attempts to connect the “We Are the 99%” Occupy Wall Street protests with the protests in the Mideast against anti-democratic regimes and in Europe against unemployment, austerity and government inaction. First edition of the Occupy Wall Street Journal.

Ghost stakeholders

Net-Map Toolbox

For example, in a bilateral cooperation project I was working in – in Burundi – the Art School received special attention compared to the other targeted schools because the project manager’s wife was an art teacher when they were living Europe.

When knowledge is not enough.

Chris Collison

Europe and the UK have experienced severe flooding during the past month and the future holds more of the same. They have been re-wilding rivers across Europe since the 1980′s as standard anti-flood practice. Here’s hoping that knowledge-sharing truly is power.

2014 12

My social learning experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

Albania was also part of it because they had no partners in Eastern - Europe. An example: I frequently use some of the models shared by Jane Hart in my work with clients. For a long time I organizing a blog carnival was on my bucket list and I finally took the plunge.

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Social Business Forum 2011 – On Collaboration by Luis Suarez

Elsua

Social Computing and Social Business events in Europe, along with the Enterprise 2.0 I will be sharing plenty of experiences, lessons learned, know-how, on what worked and what didn’t and why.

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#Movistar Killed the Web Star

Elsua

I do have a constant need to be hyper connected, always online, so I can carry out work with clients, wherever and whenever they may well be, while collaborating and sharing our knowledge together over the (Social) Web.

2014 71

Don't organise a workshop- go cycling.

Joitske Hulsebosch

One participant shared her observation that European '' are not used to technologie ''. I see how most Americans and Canadians easily host a webinar or share all their life and stories online. Although you might if you don''t live in Europe :).

How I use social media

Nancy White

This afternoon I’m spending a half hour on a Skype video conversation to share a bit of how I use social media. See book writing below… Global Networks & Knowledge Sharing.

Working across the political divide in the USA

Chris Corrigan

Some of these groups have been made of of folks with shared politics, but many have included people from across the spectrum. I have been working with groups of people that are diving in together on some important shared work for their communities.

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

See book writing below… Global Networks & Knowledge Sharing In 2000 I put it out to the universe that I wanted to work internationally. The flight was 5 1/2 hours, and during that time total strangers sat next to each other without ever introducing themselves, sharing adjacent space.

Hyper-Social Summit – Creating Successful Online Communities – Part Two

Portals and KM

Successful companies also create content that travels well so that people want to share it. Francois gave the great example of a Europe scissors company. This is the second part of my notes from the Hyper-Social Summit sponsored by the Human 1.0 Network.    It is based on research conducted by Francois Gossieaux of the Human 1.0 Network and Ed Moran, Director of Innovation at Deloitte. Their

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Internal and external community managers are not the same

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Social Collaboration in Europe : leadership and misunderstandings. Bertrand Duperrins Notepad by [link] is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad About the author. Bookmarks & links. My trending tweets.

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Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics, October 21-23, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Chris Corrigan

We have combed through years of our stories and experiences, and developed a learning offering that shares some of our theory, deep practices and stories of systems change.

A world full of knowmads in 2020?

Joitske Hulsebosch

This means that the past advantageous position of Europe and North America will be lost. For example, an electrician could not find the problem, made a quick photo and shared it with its online network. John Moravec was the first to coin the term knowmad in the book Knowmad society.

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2014, The Year That Was

Elsua

I thought what a better way to resume my blogging mojo than perhaps put together this article where I can reflect on a rather personal account of what has happened month by month sharing some of the highlights (and lowlights!) You will see what I mean when I share that post across.

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Returning to the Basics

Chris Corrigan

Over the past five Beyond the Basics offerings I have learned more than I feel like I’ve shared. We saw this in our Europe gathering, where the question of European history, politics, demographics and aspirations was present in our group.

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Should You Move Your Email To The Cloud?

Portals and KM

It “shares the latest trends in technology adoption and how firms forge better business outcomes from a more mobile, social, and virtual workforce.” In Europe there is much less movement as these countries are more concerned about issues such as privacy. I am attending Forrester's Content & Collaboration Forum 2011. Forrester notes that in five years, almost half of US workers — about 63 million people — will work virtually. I am already one of them.

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Relentless Networking and the Power of Now

Elsua

Well, that’s just what happened last week while enjoying one of my favourite cities in Europe, Brussels. Even though I am now an independent freelancer working as a trusted advisor to clients around Social Business and Digital Transformation, after 17 years of corporate life at IBM , there are still some things that I guess don’t change much, or, at least, not as fast as I would have hoped for.

2014 26

My Top 5 iPhone Apps of the Week – Week #1

Elsua

At the same time, and just like for the iPad Apps, it would give me an opportunity to create a record, an archive, of the ones I have been sharing already over at Twitter, under the same hash tag: #elsuapps before they all disappear into thin air , like it’s happened in the past.

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More on Plan C: A Clear, Actionable Platform for Those Who Care About Earth’s Future

How to Save the World

My sense is that the people of most affluent nations North of the 45th parallel (Canada, UK, Northern Europe), plus Australia and NZ, are prepared for such a leap of faith. Cartoon by Barry Deutsch of Alas, A Blog fame, in ZMag.

2012 24

The Trials and Tribulations of a Mobile Knowledge Worker in a Social Business World

Elsua

Like today, on my way to London, to participate and present at the rather intriguing Social Business Strategy Summit and then flying to Milan over the weekend to participate on the event of events on Social Business in Europe: the Social Business Forum 2012. .

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Understanding Open Educational Resources: Information for Schools

SocialTech

OER describes teaching, learning, and research resources that are shared by people in the public domain, or released under an open licence which allows others to use and remix them. There are millions of free to use resources that have been shared globally as Open Education Resources.

The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

One of the most powerful tools for moving an organization’s culture toward collaboration and knowledge sharing is a process called Action Learning.

2012 31

AvePoint Survey on Managing and Governing SharePoint

Michael Sampson - Currents

Survey respondents were based in Europe. In fact, 23% of respondents indicated that documents were stored in file systems and networked file shares outside of the SharePoint environment. AvePoint recently released the results of a survey about managing and governing SharePoint.

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“Designing Social Cities of Tomorrow” workshop – presentation notes

Making CommunitySense

How do you engage and empower publics (groups of people) to act on communally shared issues? However, most of Europe is dealing with same issues. Every city in Europe has such a map of vacant plots. However, collectives like Hack de Overheid think the government needs to do even more to open up and really share power. On February 17, the international “Social Cities of Tomorrow” conference was held in Amsterdam.

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Creating a mindset to work with failure

Chris Corrigan

In North America and Europe we have a cultural aversion to failure. Â Reflecting and sharing on times of failure and survival reminds us that it is part of the process. Innovation does not come without discarding ideas, trying and failing. Â In complex systems with complex challenges, failure is inevitable and desired. Â If we need to prototype to sense our way forward we have to have a mindset that can handle failure.

2014 16

Creating a mindset to work with failure

Chris Corrigan

In North America and Europe we have a cultural aversion to failure. Reflecting and sharing on times of failure and survival reminds us that it is part of the process. Innovation does not come without discarding ideas, trying and failing. In complex systems with complex challenges, failure is inevitable and desired. If we need to prototype to sense our way forward we have to have a mindset that can handle failure.

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